Week in Review: Week of Feb. 13, 2017

February 17, 2017  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources,

It’s the end of a love-filled Valentine’s week at Headlines!

Mott shared details of a successful social media campaign as more than 95,000 Facebook users showed the love to Little Victors by sending them a Valentine’s Day card; colleagues honored superstars who clearly love their jobs (and will hopefully love their prizes); employees learned a valuable tip to help them provide a lovely patient experience; and Doctor Dock was profiled, a 19th-century U-M physician who loved educating the next generation of doctors.

Want to feel the love, too? Here’s the latest in case you missed it:

At Mott, the spirit of Valentine’s Day is in the cards

Social media users from across the globe gave pediatric patients a Valentine’s Day to remember! Find out more about an online campaign that spurred more than 95,000 users to “sign” and send a digital Valentine’s card that were printed and distributed to Little Victors at Mott, putting a smile on the face of patients and families alike.

Meet your Michigan Medicine MVPs

Recently, Headlines asked readers to nominate colleagues who make a remarkable contribution to the organization. The response was overwhelming. Click here to learn more about Michigan Medicine’s MVPs — dedicated and valuable employees intent on delivering world-class services on a daily basis.

Service Spotlight

When it comes to enhancing the patient experience, Michigan Medicine is serious about service. That’s why Headlines debuted a new series, Service Spotlight, that highlights information and resources faculty and staff can use to help patients get the care they deserve. Click through for the first tip!

One U-M physician ‘Dock’tors up patient care

How much do you know about the history of U-M and Michigan Medicine? In honor of the university’s bicentennial, Headlines is giving you a closer look at the people, places and events that helped shape a proud history of education and health care. One such person was George Dock, the nation’s first full-time professor of medicine. Read his remarkable story and learn about upcoming events celebrating the U-M bicentennial.