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The eight-week program will introduce children in grades three through five to a variety of fun ways to exercise and strategies for making healthy changes in their lives. The program starts on Tuesday, July 11 and will meet every Tuesday through August Each week of the program will cover a different activity including: yoga, circuit activities, using household equipment, therapy balls, and more.
The program also teaches strategies for making healthy changes and ways to relieve stress. Children will fill out a weekly workout log teaching them responsibility and awareness of their choices.Tour of my neighbor’s farm
To participate in the program children must have a referral from a primary care physician and complete a physical therapy evaluation to assess their balance, endurance, and strength to determine their eligibility. Children will also be expected to have consistent participation in the group and complete a prescribed weekly home exercise program. The nomination stories share the many levels of kindness, patience, and patient-centered care nurses provide every day. During the nomination process, there were multiple stories nominating Rollins for the award. Each story highlighted her willingness to go above and beyond when it comes to caring for staff and patients.
Other staff described Rollins as always available, smiling, a great listener, a nurturer, and a natural leader in her position. You are all an amazing team, and we are an amazing team together.
The Sunshine Award was established to reward and celebrate the extraordinary skills and compassionate care given by technical support staff. Sunshine Award recipients consistently demonstrate compassion, patient- and family-focused care, passion about life, patient advocacy, and their support of all healthcare team members. Gladish was nominated for her outstanding work with pediatric patients. From answering the many questions of a teenage patient about health and anatomy to having patients specifically ask for her when they make appointments. Gladish is a quiet strength for outpatient pediatrics.
Her willingness to ensure every patient has the best experience possible makes her a wonderful addition to Bridgton Hospital and Central Maine Healthcare.12-01-20 St. Louis County Council Meeting
Moore, R. The presentation took place on Monday, May 8 during the annual Winnie Moore Breakfast celebrating all that nurses do every day. Each year the Medical Staff recognizes a nurse for their outstanding clinical skills and contributions to the hospital. According to Wenda Saunders, M. The Winnie R. Harding has used this certification process to support a robust wound care program at Bridgton Hospital.
Saunders presented the award, an engraved commemorative Revere pewter bowl. In addition, Deb Noble, R. DAISY Award nurses consistently demonstrate excellence through their clinical expertise and extraordinary compassionate care, and they are recognized as outstanding role models in our nursing community. Another more recent story involved a patient who had an emergent situation. Upon hearing the commotion Bedell went in the room, assessed the situation, knew a Code Blue should be called, and did her best to make sure appropriate equipment was near.
Because of her efforts the patient survived the event. Additionally, everyone in attendance celebrated with specially made cinnamon rolls. The ificance of the cinnamon rolls is that J. Patrick Barnes especially enjoyed sharing cinnamon rolls with his nurses, and his family felt this should be a part of the ceremonies across the country.
DAISY is an acronym for diseases attacking the immune system.
During Mr. So one of the goals they set in creating a Foundation in his memory was to recognize extraordinary nurses everywhere who make an enormous difference in the lives of so many people by the superhuman work they do every day. Lastra attended the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vt.
Joseph Mercy Oakland in Pontiac, Mich. I find the best way to connect with patients is to sit down and discuss their problems directly. Bridgton Obstetrics-Gynecology is part of Central Maine Healthcare and can be reached by calling Bridgton Hospital. To learn more or to register please call, Rollins was presented with the award at a surprise ceremony. Search this website. For Employees Employee Portal.Mr Bridgton looking for nurse
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Heather Negri, RN, Named Bridgton Hospital DAISY Award Honoree