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The Healthcare Careers Discovery Program at Holy Name Medical Center offers an innovative, simulation-based approach for high school students aspiring to a career in the evolving field of healthcare. The active learning environment includes a combination of classroom and simulation learning experiences to introduce the student to various clinical professions and skills. American Heart Association CPR/AED and First Aid Certification are included. To learn more about the Healthcare Careers Discover program visit www.simulationlearning.org.
The staff at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, NJ, participated in a "Live Shooter Drill" with the support of the Teaneck Police Department. This type of drill was not only the first of its kind at the Medical Center, but the first to be conducted in a patient treatment area. To establish a sense of realism Holy Name communicated and worked with the Teaneck Police Department. Teaneck P.D. is the first responding law enforcement agency for the Holy Name community. "Everyone benefitted from their participation in the drill, and it gave us some semblance of what could actually happen in the event of a real-time occurrence," comments Chuck Gerity, V.P. of Operations at Holy Name."The Live Shooter Drill provided the training and the education that you can't duplicate or present in a class...
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We asked 5 employees why they choose to work at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, NJ. Their answers were all as different as their responsibilities at the medical center, but the reasons behind their answers were all the same: Their patients. Lear more about Holy Name Medical Center and what it has to offer you at holyname.org
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Uterine fibroids are a common problem effecting 25-60% of women. Dr. John Rundback, Director of the Interventional Institute at Holy Name Medical Center, shares some insight on a minimally invasive image-guided treatment for fibroids called uterine fibroid embolization (UFE). "The procedure itself takes under an hour," Dr. Rundback comments. "Our mantra is 'fewer complications, shorter recovery, and less discomfort.' The great majority of patients who come through the Interventional Institute are pleased with the experience and have excellent outcomes." For more information, go to http://www.holyname.org/interventional/
Believing in teaching her children to be kind to other people is one of the many compassionate traits of Tara DePinto. Tara has been a nurse at Holy Name Medical Center for 2 years and was nominated for the Daisy Award for Nursing. Tara was nominated by a patient that was just diagnosed with MS, and needed a nurse that understood what she needed-support and confidence. Tara is proud to have won the award, and wants it to be something that her family knows, and remembers, about her.
A professional practice model is a framework that supports nurses in their every day practice. It is a visual representation that describes the identity of nursing in an organization. The model captures and describes the elements that define the complex role of the nurse and supports our belief in excellence in patient care. This video demonstrates how the nurses at Holy Name Medical Center utilize the components of the professional practice model in their daily nursing practice.
There are two words that, too often, mean the difference between life and death: Religious. Exemption. Individuals and families who reject necessary medical care in favor of prayer and adherence to strict church restrictions often pay with their lives, or the lives of their children. Rita Swan is the director of CHILD, INC, and she has firsthand experience with this. Rita has since dedicated her life to child advocacy and the fight to protect children from (often well-meaning) parents who keep them far from hospital care, and far from the health solutions they desperately need. It's a difficult subject, but a necessary discussion about faith, parental responsibility, and the need for real-world solutions to real-world problems. This is part one of a two-part show on this subject. ...
The Home Health Care department was awarded the Daisy Award by Holy Name Medical Center. The Home Health Care Department travels to patients homes after they are discharged to help educate the patients and their families how to care for an illness or injury, and make sure that their health care needs are met at home. No day is like any other, and each person in the department is essential to the team of home care nurses.