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10 Years and Growing!

by Bridget Flaherty Director of Physician Development Methodist Mansfield Medical Center There’s a big strapping 10-year-old in Mansfield that’s full of energy and excitement. I’m not talking about a child. I’m talking about Methodist Mansfield Medical Center. I can’t believe … Continue reading

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Finding the Perfect Environment Was Critical to My Career Development

By Dee Drake, BSN, CCRN Certified Critical Care Nurse, Cath Lab Methodist Dallas Medical Center Looking for the perfect nursing environment? A place you can call home? Dee Drake, BSN, CCRN, found that at Methodist Dallas Medical Center, and today … Continue reading

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Why I’m Proud To Be a Critical Care Nurse

By Kathryn Patton, MHA, BSN, RN ICU Nurse Manager, Critical Care Services Methodist Charlton Medical Center In the spring of 2016, Methodist Charlton Medical Center expanded its critical care services to 32 beds. We asked Kathryn Patton, ICU nurse manager … Continue reading

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Intentional Inclusion and Diversity: Embracing Our Differences and Welcoming All

by Tina Bowers, MBA, CDM Director, Learning and Development Methodist Health System Diversity. What used to be a buzzword in healthcare is now an integral part of who we are, what we believe, and how we treat our patients and … Continue reading

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Grief: Starting the Journey Toward Healing and Peace

by Caesar Rentie Vice President, Pastoral Care Services Methodist Health System As vice president of Pastoral Services for Methodist Health System, I see grief on a daily basis. Grieving patients. Grieving families. Grieving staff and first responders. With the tragic … Continue reading

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Methodist Mansfield patient grateful to John Phillips

In a recent review posted on Yelp.com, a patient was surprised and grateful to get a personal phone call from Methodist Mansfield President John Phillips, FACHE.  “I received an unexpected phone call that led to this review. Words can’t describe … Continue reading

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Becoming a Nurse Leader in the OR

by: Joshua Ast, BSN, RN, CNOR Nurse Manager, Surgical Services Methodist Richardson Medical Center  I was destined to work in healthcare. As far back as I can remember, I’ve always had this desire to help others. My mom set the example … Continue reading

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Intensive Care Expansion Brings New Employment Opportunities at Methodist Charlton Medical Center

By David Molengraaf, BSN, RN Director of Critical Care Services Methodist Charlton Medical Center    This spring, Methodist Charlton Medical Center is expanding our intensive care unit. Why? To meet our growing needs and to continue striving to provide the highest-possible … Continue reading

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New Tower Signals New Opportunities for Nurses

Methodist Mansfield Medical Center is growing to meet the community’s health care needs. That’s great news for nurses and other health care professionals.  We’re so fortunate to be in a thriving service area. In fact, our service area population has … Continue reading

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Methodist Mansfield Earns ‘Top Performer on Key Quality Measures®’

Recognition from The Joint Commission Mansfield — Methodist Mansfield Medical Center has been recognized as a 2014 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in the United States. Methodist Mansfield … Continue reading

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