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DPSS Extends Gratitude to Michigan Medicine Community

June 1, 2021

https://youtu.be/1jInuPCS-L4 Although we are not entirely out of the pandemic woods yet, things are looking brighter all the time. It’s been a difficult 17 months, but with the outstanding teamwork between Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and the Division of Public Safety and Security (DPSS), we have been able to keep the health system safe. DPSS extends gratitude to everyone who has helped create an environment where trust, training, and technology are used to reduce risk and anxiety, strengthen our community, and keep our patients, staff, and visitors safe. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy this video from DPSS.

Superhero Day recognizes superhero patients, faculty and staff

May 27, 2021

Tuesday, May 25, was Superhero Day at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital! “All of our patients and incredible team members are superheroes…

Nursed back to health

May 26, 2021

Olivia Goff, left, as a patient on 7E; and right, as a nurse on 7E. On May 11, 2012, a pediatrician pulled Olivia Goff’s mother into an exam room and told…

Pandemic pets, Part 2

May 26, 2021

Yesterday, Headlines shared stories from a few of your colleagues who adopted pets during the pandemic. But the newsletter team wanted to share all of the pictures and stories of your…

A closer look at Community Health Services: Housing Bureau for Seniors

May 25, 2021

The Housing Bureau for Seniors (HBS) recognizes that stable housing is imperative to physical and mental well-being. HBS informs and empowers older adults and those who care about them with guidance and resources regarding sustainable housing. Since 1983, HBS has helped more than 13,000 older adults and their families throughout Washtenaw County. HBS recognizes that older adults can face many unique challenges as they age — and housing should never be one of those challenges. HBS has several programs that work with clients and their families to provide assistance in housing counseling, foreclosure prevention and…

Pandemic pets bring joy, laughter during the toughest of times

May 25, 2021

While we’ve all spent the better part of the last 18 months trying to keep a new virus out of our lives and homes, many of us have also used this…

Making a Difference: Michigan Medicine core values

May 24, 2021

Employees across Michigan Medicine continue to make a difference and inspire colleagues through their hard work and dedication. Each month, Headlines features a set of randomly selected submissions from the Making…

Jennifer Dornbos, R.N., recognized with DAISY Award

May 20, 2021

Congratulations to Jennifer Dornbos, R.N., a member of the 7A team! Dornbos was recently lauded with a DAISY Award, which is given out by the DAISY Foundation to nurses who go above and beyond in their role. Here’s an excerpt from one of her nominations, as submitted by a family member: “My husband was admitted to 7A from the ED with a very high fever, sepsis, cellulitis and he was also awaiting COVID-19 results. The onset of his illness occurred within 14 hours, and during this unprecedented time, to say we were frightened would be an understatement. Then, for me,…

Cassandra Seidler, R.N., earns DAISY Award

May 18, 2021

Congratulations to Cassandra Seidler, R.N., who recently earned a DAISY Award for her impressive work. The DAISY Awards are given out by the DAISY Foundation to nurses who go above and…