Week in Review: Week of March 13, 2017
Headlines spent the week both looking forward to a career fair that could help you start down an exciting new path and looking back at the fascinating evolution of Michigan Medicine.
In between, colleagues were recognized for making a difference within the organization and employees learned a valuable tip on how to help provide a world-class patient experience.
In case you missed it, here’s the latest!
Did you know that Michigan Medicine’s Interpreter Services can translate more than 70 different languages, including American Sign Language? Learn more about this department and how you can better serve the organization’s diverse population of patients and their families in the latest Service Spotlight.
Making a Difference: February 2017 highlights
In the midst of National Recognition Month, several colleagues were honored for making a difference in the lives of patients, families and coworkers. Click through to read more about these outstanding individuals, as they were recognized by their peers and the families who directly benefited from their care and dedication.
The evolution of Michigan Medicine
In honor of the U-M bicentennial, Headlines traced the history of Michigan Medicine dating back to its modest beginnings in 1848. What started as a department with three initial leaders has grown into an organization that carries out more than 2 million patient care visits per year and leads the way in clinical care, education and research. Click here to see how the organization has grown over the years.
Plan to attend upcoming spring career fair
The spring nurse, advanced practice nurse and physician assistant career fair is only two days away! That’s where attendees will meet with hiring managers from across the organization, learn about available positions and start down an exciting new career path. Find out more about the event and to learn the story of Jason Lugtu, who began his Michigan Medicine career after attending the most recent fair.