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As volunteer leaders, they join __ existing trustees who give of their time, their talents and assist the Foundation institute philanthropic support to advance healthcare in the Lakelands region.
“Because we could not verify with certainty that the glasses we received were safe to use, we felt that, out of an abundance of caution, we should recall them, and advise that they not be used.”
“Participation in the Corporate Honor Roll signifies a pledge of commitment to the community and the desire to assure all the employees of companies in our region and area residents have access to excellent healthcare, right here at home,” said Ken Coffey, Executive Director, Self Regional Healthcare Foundation.
This innovative program offers paid training for four weeks and guaranteed employment at Self Regional as a Patient Care Technician, upon completion.
The Mary Ella Ruff Nursing scholarship was established in honor of one of Self Regional Healthcare’s most dedicated and influential nurses, Mary Ella Ruff, who retired in 1978 after 35 years of service.
Cynthia has 23 years of Registered Nursing experience and is an avid leader at the Emergency Care Center and also at the Wound Healing Institute at Self Regional.
These quality measures are designed to help hospital teams follow the most up-to-date, evidence-based guidelines with the goal of speeding recovery and reducing death and disability for stroke patients.
Without these programs, many residents would go without proper health and dental care, as well as additional programs that target specific health problems in our area.
According to the American Heart Association, about 5.7 million adults in the United States suffer from heart failure, with the number expected to rise to eight million by 2030. Statistics show that each year about 870,000 new cases are diagnosed and about 50 percent of those diagnosed will die within five years. However, many heart failure patients can lead a full, enjoyable life when their condition is managed with proper medications or devices and with healthy lifestyle changes.