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Landsmeer Ridge Retirement Community was a busy place the afternoon of March 7, 2023, honoring our Veterans for their service and for being a part of the American Legion from both Orange City and Alton Some of our veterans living at Landsmeer have been a part of the American Legion for 25, 60 and




Nurse Part I.mp4



Project HOPE volunteers work to support our headquarters, field staff, strategic partners and communities in underserved regions to ensure that health workers have the knowledge, tools and support systems needed to achieve better health outcomes.


Project HOPE ensures volunteers are equipped with expectations, detailed scope of work, and regular communication with our local in-country staff and partners prior to their service. Our team will work through the Volunteer Checklist with the volunteer to ensure they are well-prepared. Volunteers will also receive a welcome packet with branded t-shirts, scrubs, hat, and nametag to wear during their service.


The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Nurse Anesthesia Program (NAP) is a 36-month (12-quarter), full-time BSN-to-DNP course of study with the goal of producing highly skilled, independent graduate nurse anesthetists eligible to sit for the National Certification Exam (NCE) to become board-certified as Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs). The program utilizes a hybrid curriculum design, which includes:


We treat patients of all ages and love having them become a part of the Broussard family. Our eye doctor, Gerald B. Broussard, and his team provide complete routine eye exams, prescribe eyeglasses and fit patients for contact lenses. In addition, we specialize in performing LASIK surgeries as well as the treatment of cataracts and glaucoma.


both medical and non-medical attention to meet the needs of each client, Angels on Call comes highly recommended by area hospitals and medical facilities. We are an NY State Department of Health licensed home healthcare agency with the ability to contract with certified home healthcare agencies.


Find out what A-TEC employees have to say about working at A-TEC. Then browse available open positions by clicking working@A-TEC link. From EMTs to paramedics and nurses, A-TEC is always looking talented individuals to join our A-TEAM.


Please relay my thanks and appreciation to your management staff and all other team members. From personal experience, I know they are a major part of providing this type of excellent service (it takes a caring team). Thanks again, and please continue to provide this level of service.


Blaire Bernard, JD, is an experienced healthcare lawyer who has focused her career on supporting providers whose mission is to expand access to value-based care. Prior to joining WelbeHealth, Blaire served as General Counsel and Compliance Officer of Iora Health, where she built the legal operations and partnered with business leaders in scaling the compliance program.


Sam Wald is an experienced healthcare operations leader, specializing in value-based care for seniors. He has led teams and networks that deliver highly coordinate care to some of our most vulnerable community members. He is passionate about building systems and partnerships that improve outcomes and reduce the cost of care for patients.


Heather is passionate about creating a purposeful and impactful team member experience and believes that engaged and happy team members directly and positively impact the participants that we serve. She has MBAs from UC Berkeley and Columbia University and a BA in International Business and Spanish from Dominican University in River Forest, IL.


Julio served as a Medic in the United States Airforce before transitioning to registered nursing and now serves as a Family Nurse Practitioner. With nearly 20 years of clinical experience, he has provided care to patients of all ages with acute and chronic health conditions. He understands the complexity of disease and creates customized treatment plans for each participant.


Laura has been serving seniors since 2015. She began her nursing career as a Registered Nurse at a California nursing home. Continuing her education, she became a Licensed Nurse Practitioner in 2019 and proudly stepped into her new role at WelbeHealth. Her experience in the PACE model has reassured Laura of how coordinated, quality care can make a huge difference in the lives of the elderly. She is honored to serve a diverse population of participants.


Dr. Hernandez has been caring for seniors through the PACE model for four years. He has seen the positive impact coordinated care can have on the elderly and is proud to deliver it as a part of the WelbeHealth team.


Becky Kuhn has been working with seniors since 2011 and is dedicated to providing quality medical care and improving the health of her patients. She takes a collaborative approach ensuring they have the best quality of life. WelbeHealth participants appreciate her attention to detail, focus on educating and encouraging words.


Adetoun provides care to patients with the most complex and advanced medical needs. She is experienced in adult-gerontology, caring for patients from adolescence through adulthood and into advanced age. She brings her experience to our participants and puts smiles on their faces.


Dr. Robinson is passionate about providing personalized care to patients of all ages, including seniors. He practices patient-centered care to help WelbeHealth participants live their healthiest lives. In addition to his Doctor of Medicine (MD), Dr. Robinson holds a Master of Public Health (MPH) and previously served as a Clinical Assistant Professor and Assistant Program Director at UCLA.


Linda has years of invaluable experience as a volunteer and as a nurse. She has put her skills to use in a variety of healthcare settings. She is enthusiastic about providing compassionate education, safety and healthcare. She creates lasting relationships with participants, while delivering healthcare that empowers them and increases their quality of life.


COVID-19 Community Levels Update, March 24, 2023: The CDC has listed all eight Connecticut counties in the Low/Green category as part of its weekly Community Levels update. People who are at a high risk for severe illness should consider additional measures to minimize their exposure to COVID-19 and respiratory illnesses. Visit the CDC COVID-19 Community Levels Map for updates.


Please visit covidtests.gov to request four free COVID-19 self-test kits from the Federal Government. Find a location that has a supply of COVID-19 therapeutics as part of the Test to Treat initiative here. The complete DPH COVID-19 toolbox is located at ct.gov/coronavirus.


We hope you will join us in building the Benner Institute by providing financial support, participating in Institute programs, and advocating for its mission. Please read and share our program brochure.


PACE includes a team of experienced doctors, nurses and other health care professionals getting to know the participant and working with him or her to design a plan to aid in achieving health goals. PACE may be for you if you are interested in a team committed to helping you:


PACE is a program designed to help you live independently and to meet your health and wellness goals. PACE participants work with their team of doctors, nurses, aides and other health care professionals to decide what kind of help they need most. Some of the benefits many PACE participants see include:


In 1931, the hospital was renamed Crawford W. Long Memorial Hospital in honor of Dr. Crawford W. Long, the Georgia physician who discovered sulfuric ether for use as an anesthetic. Visitors to the hospital's museum may see some of Dr. Long's personal artifacts and medical memorabilia from the hospital's early days. Emory Crawford Long Hospital was renamed "Emory University Hospital Midtown", effective February 13, 2009. However, as part of Emory's commitment to honor a more than 100-year history of the original name, 'Crawford W. Long Memorial Hospital' is retained on exterior monuments.


This Web site is provided as a courtesy to those interested in Emory Healthcare and does not constitute medical advice and does not create any physician/patient relationship. Also, Emory Healthcare does not endorse or recommend any specific commercial product or service. This Web site is provided solely for personal and private use of individuals accessing this information, and no part of it may be used for any other purpose.


Our World Changers make up a large portion of our donor community. Yes, you are a young philanthropist! Each student group funds 50% of the school and/or playground and supports the majority of our in-country programming. That means significant funding for our teacher training, parent programs and distribution of learning materials. Majority of participants choose to fundraise and our staff will guide you through this process to help you reach your fundraising goal!


Prior to departure, World Changers participate in pre-trip seminars. You can expect these sessions to cover fundraising strategies, the history and culture of Panama, Guatemala or Honduras and Global Citizenship. During this process, you will get to know our staff and the other students all while feeling well-informed about the experience you are about to embark on.


Students spend their week abroad participating in the final stages of the school construction. Throughout the week, students begin to open their eyes and minds to the deep and complicated causes underlying poverty. In addition to finishing the build of the school, students get to partake in cultural immersion activities such as shadowing a family in the community and outdoor adventures! You can also expect to form genuine relationships among your peers and the children in the community!


Depending on the immigration benefit sought, an applicant may be required to undergo a medical examination. Immigration medical examinations conducted inside the United States must be performed by a civil surgeon who has been designated by USCIS. (Immigration medical examinations conducted outside the United States must be performed by a panel physician who is authorized by the Department of State.). For more information on immigration medical examination, see Form I-693, Report of Medial Examination and Vaccination Record and USCIS Policy Manual Guidance on Health- Related Grounds of Inadmissibility. 041b061a72


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