Nursing

February Updates

February Updates

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

Happy belated Valentine’s Day! I hope you had a fabulous holiday. If not, there's always St. Patrick’s Day! I don’t know about you, but I am loving the weather. In fact, it won’t be long until spring arrives. As we look forward to spring and summer, we will begin preparing for the FY18 budget. Looking back(...)

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January Updates

January Updates

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

Happy New Year 2017! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. As we begin the new year together, the leadership team and I would like to share our appreciation for your professional commitment to excellence and dedication to both nursing and our department. We will continue to focus our efforts on making the Department of(...)

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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays!

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

Dear Nursing Staff, I want to thank you for another amazing year within the DOM. The care you provide our patients and their families is second to none. I wish you the very best for the New Year and a Happy Holiday season. Sincerely, Ron Nursing Unit Moves On Wednesday, December 14, the Hospitalist unit(...)

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

It is the time of year where we pause to give thanks for our many blessings. We want to express to you, our team, the appreciation and gratitude we have for each of you. Thank you for all you have contributed to make this a successful year. We wish you and your family a warm(...)

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The DOM Stepped Out for Diabetes

The DOM Stepped Out for Diabetes

Posted by  | Civic Engagement

Once again the Department of Medicine was the top Johns Hopkins Medicine fundraiser at the 2016 Baltimore American Diabetes Association Step Out Walk—raising $17,528!  We want to thank our team captains for their dedication and hard work. Megan Brown & Nisa Maruthur (General Internal Medicine/Welch Forza Brancati) David Harriman (Medical Nursing Administration) Tamala Knox &(...)

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October Updates!

October Updates!

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

The DOM was extremely well represented at the 2016 Patient Safety Summit from the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality on Friday, October 14. As part of the summit, health care providers across all of Johns Hopkins Medicine submitted video entries to answer the question "What does patient safety look like to you?" Four of(...)

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Happy Fall!

Happy Fall!

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

Nurse Manager Additions Ian took over leadership of the MICU on September 18. After honorably serving in the U.S. Marine Corps for six years, Ian earned his bachelor’s in nursing from East Carolina University. He then spent three years working in the Cardiac Care Unit in North Carolina before joining the Hopkins family as a(...)

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Back to School

Back to School

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

It’s that time again…time to head back to school. For those of you continuing to pursue your education, I wish you good luck! It is the decision that will pay dividends down the road. As one of my mentors once told me: time is going to pass by anyway, so you might as well have something(...)

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July Updates

July Updates

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

Epic kudos We had a successful transition to Epic on July 1 led by Donna Beitler, Keisha Perrin, Dr. Tim Niessen and Hailey James. Our certified trainers were Regina Hendrix, Denise "Deni" Gartrell, Jennifer Bardell, Kathryn Medved, Kesiha Perrin, and Donna Beitler. In addition to our certified trainers, educators Kelly Connor, Marida Twilley and Paula Murray,(...)

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Updates and Thank Yous

Updates and Thank Yous

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

Epic: We Can Do This! After all the training and preparation we are ready for go-live! Please be sure to use your Red Shirts for support and report any issues to your manager/chain of command. We are prepared for Epic implementation on July 1! Compliments go to Donna Beitler, Epic credentialed trainers, educators, super-users, proctors(...)

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