Sept./Oct. 2019

STAYING CONNECTED IS EASIER THAN EVER MANY RESOURCES KEEP FACULTY, STAFF INFORMED

  • EPIC CHANGES ON THE HORIZON
  • SUPPORT BREAST CANCER RESEARCH AT UF HEALTH
  • SCHATZ APPOINTED INTERIM CHAIR OF PEDIATRICS
  • PROMISING GROWTH FOR PHARMACY TECHS
  • SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
  • THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF HEALTH CARE
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August 2019

August 2019

  • Thank you for attending the first day of the OHS/SHCC flu vaccination events!
  • LET’S GET SOCIAL
  • NEW LEADERSHIP ERA BEGINS
  • BE GREEN AT HOME
  • UF HEALTH SHANDS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL NATIONALLY RANKED IN FIVE SPECIALTIES
  • OUR MARCH OF DIMES TEAMS ARE OUT OF THIS WORLD
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June/July 2019

Raising Hope at Work 10th Anniversary Edition

  • COMMUNICATING IN THE DIGITAL AGE
  • NEW LEADERSHIP APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED
  • QUALITY PROGRESS HIGHLIGHTED DURING PATIENT SAFETY AND QUALITY WEEK
  • RAISING HOPE AT WORK
  • JIMENEZ ELECTED BOARD CHAIR OF STATE SAFETY NET HOSPITAL ALLIANCE
  • CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF HOPE
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May 2019

Customer Service is Key Award Winners 2019 Edition

  • May: Stroke Awareness Month
  • Celebrating $100 Million for CMN Hospitals
  • Epic Changes: What’s New?
  • National Hospital Week — Celebrate With Us
  • Limited English Proficiency Ambassadors Lend their Voice to out Patients
  • UF Health Nurses: Experienced Care, Expert Caring
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March/April 2019

Celebrating the contributions of our physicians

  • April 18: Celebrate Earth Day
  • Stay Informed Year-Round
  • April 16: Who Will Speak for You?
  • May 16: Community Health and Wellness Expo
  • March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
  • Supporting Community Health
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February 2019

Better health blossoms from new Plant-Based Menu. Healthy food can taste good!

  • Eligible Physicians: Prepare for U.S. News “Best Hospitals” Survey
  • March 18-22: Patient Safety and Quality Week
  • Customer Service is the Key
  • Help Provide a Snapshot of our Communities’ Health
  • Jamie Conti, M.D., Appointed Chair of Department of Medicine
  • Bridge Provides Safety Resources for Faculty and Staff
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January 2019

2018 Year in Review

  • Tobacco-Free Policies: How to Take Action
  • Auxiliary Grants Provide “The Little Things”
  • Support UF Health’s Tobacco-Free Policies
  • Nicole M. Iovine, M.D., Ph,D., Named Epidemiologist in Chief
  • Roxane Harcourt Appointed Psychiatric Hospital Administrator
  • New Year Inspiration: Employee Continues Health Journey
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December 2018

Shhh ... Silent Hospitals Help Healing. Learn more about iCARE on page 12.

  • Take the 2019 Compliance Awareness Survey!
  • Get to Know the UF Health Bridge Intranet
  • UF Health Plays Vital Role as Hurricane Michael Hits Panhandle Hospitals
  • Quality Care and Quick Action Helps Infant Patient
  • OR Team Top Among Peers
  • New Guest House Under Construction
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October 2018

Celebrating our legacy together. 60 years of moving medicine forward.

  • Flu Vaccination Deadline Approaching
  • Get Ready for Benefits Open Enrollment
  • Together We’re Better – A Motto to Live By
  • Lab Notes
  • Archer Road Construction Underway
  • UF Health Shands Makes Indeed’s Top-Rated Workplaces Best Hospitals List at No. 15
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August/September 2018

The power of together is demonstrated in this August and September issue of News+Notes.

  • Trading places
  • American Cancer Society Relay for Life
  • Hungry? New resource highlights our many dining options at Archer Road facilities
  • Cranes for a cure honor young patients
  • Know the risks. Spot the signs. Act fast.
  • Wellness and you — living a healthier lifestyle
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