Week in Review: New hospital name; Mott earns recognition — and more!

June 18, 2021  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

This week, Headlines highlighted the impact Michigan Medicine has on the community today — and will continue to have well into the future.

That’s because C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital was recognized as one of the nation’s top pediatric health care destinations, while the organization announced the name of its new, state-of-the-art hospital slated to open in 2025: The Pavilion at U-M Health.

On top of that, there was a closer look at the LGBTQ+ affirming care provided by faculty and staff (in honor of Pride Month), and employees learned how they can better unplug from work while on much-needed vacations.

In case you missed anything, here’s the latest!

Michigan Medicine announces new hospital’s name

The new hospital currently under construction on the main medical campus now has a name: The Pavilion at U-M Health. The Pavilion will house 264 patient rooms, 20 operating rooms and countless innovations in health care delivery. Click here to learn more about the new facility!

C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital tops state rankings, earns national honors from U.S. News & World Report

The honors keep rolling in at Mott! According to U.S. News & World Report, the hospital is the top-ranked children’s hospital in the state and one of the best in the country. On top of that, it was the only state hospital nationally-ranked in all 10 evaluated pediatric specialties and was named a top three facility in the Midwest in the debut year of regional rankings. Check out all the details here.

Wellness Wednesday: Having trouble leaving your ‘work brain’ behind on your summer vacation?

The beautiful weather has arrived and more and more vaccinated individuals feel comfortable heading out for well-earned summer vacations. However, it’s sometimes difficult for faculty and staff to truly “turn off” while away from work. Find out how you can use the High Reliability skill of Chain of Command to ease your burden while you’re away and improve your work-life balance.

LGBTQ+ health: A collaborative of care

For those in the LGBTQ+ community, finding equitable health care can be a challenge. In order to improve care across the organization, three Michigan Medicine experts recently shared how they provide ideal affirming care to those who need it most. Here’s what they had to say.  

The Wrap employee podcast was off this week, but be sure to get caught up on any episodes you may have missed. Check them out here!

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