Terry Bradshaw was never a scrambler in his glory days as Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback. Boy, is he making up for that now as a TV game analyst and public speaker. He recently forced his arthritic legs onto a platform in front of several hundred hospital executives in Monterey at a Hospital Council summit – and his remarks occasionally sounded like a mad fourth-quarter dash to-and-fro to get a score.
Imagine esto… usted esta en una fiesta de familia y amigos, y de repente su compadre cae al suelo. Todos corren a su lado. Usted se da cuenta que él no esta respirando. Su primer instinto le dice que la cituación es grave. Usted pide que llamen a una ambulancia. Nerviosos y preocupados, todos estan al lado de su compadre… ¡Si solo hubiera algo que usted pudiera hacer para ayudarlo!
Time to Celebrate! The National Association Medical Staff Services has designated Nov. 3-9 as Medical Staff Services Awareness Week. Medical Staff Services Awareness Week brings recognition to the intensely detailed and systematic level of work that is done by our credentialing office. In collaboration with our Medical Staff, this work ensures that the quality, safety and competency of Community Medical Centers’ practitioners is held to the highest standards.
This week Community Regional Medical Center’s Medical imaging department is celebrating the anniversary of the discovery of X-rays by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen in 1895. Community Regional's medical imaging staff of nearly 200 employees, 48of which have been in the field of medical imaging for over 25 years, provides a wide variety of medical imaging specialties including: