Florida Hospital Fish Memorial Videos
Watch this month's Florida Hospital News Update to get a peek at the newly opened Level II NICU at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, learn about the new Joint Commission Seal of Approval for Shoulder Replacements at Florida Hospital Flagler, hear about the Rapid Recovery program at Florida Hospital DeLand and see why Florida Hospital Fish Memorial Deltona Health Park has been "blue" for the month of August!
In this month’s edition: • The East Florida Region is getting a new palm scanning device to register and identify patients. • Join Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center for the grand opening of the Level II neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) on Sunday, August 7 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. • Florida Hospital DeLand has expanded the progressive care unit, bringing the total number of licensed beds at Florida Hospital DeLand to 164. • Florida Hospital Flagler has begun a $4.5 million construction project to expand its Cancer Center and add a second linear accelerator for radiation oncology treatments. • The Florida Hospital East Florida Region was a Legacy sponsor of last month’s American Heart Association Volusia/Flagler Heart Ball.
In this month’s edition: • We hosted a moving & inspirational National Cancer Survivors Day celebration at the Daytona International Speedway • Florida Hospital DeLand names their “Hero of the Year” • The East Florida Region launches a new lung cancer screening program • Florida Hospital Fish Memorial’s Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center is 1 of only 7 facilities in the country to receive the prestigious “Center of the Year” award from Healogics • Florida Hospital Oceanside opened a 23-bed Transitional Care Unit to provide skilled 24-hour nursing care and occupational, physical, and speech therapy.
In this month’s edition: • Meet the new CEOs at Florida Hospital DeLand, Florida Hospital Flagler, and Florida Hospital New Smyrna • Celebrate two special milestones: Florida Hospital Home Health celebrates 25 years of service & Florida Hospital HospiceCare celebrates 20 years of service
In this month's edition: - Florida Hospital New Smyrna officially joins the Florida Hospital East Florida Region. - Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center is the only hospital in the area to be named one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics - Florida Hospital Flagler hosts their very first CREATION Health Beach Cleanup on Sunday, 4/24 - Florida Hospital DeLand continues their $4 million OR Construction project - Florida Hospital Fish Memorial is hosting a 5k Road Race in celebration of Nurses Week on May 7th
Get a behind-the-scenes look at two of our cutting-edge cancer treatments and learn about total ankle replacements, and the new Memorial Brick Garden.
This edition of the Florida Hospital News Update includes: - The new Florida Hospital Injector at Daytona International Speedway - The Groundbreaking of Florida Hospital Flagler's expansion - Backpacks donated by Florida Hospital Fish Memorial to Orange City Elementary School - Florida Hospital DeLand offers new Navigational Bronchoscopy for the early detection of Lung Cancer
This month’s edition features Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center’s newly expanded Center for Health and Wellness, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial’s dedication ceremony for the hospital’s redesigned main entrance, front lobby, and chapel, and Florida Hospital Flagler’s new urgent care facility Florida Hospital Centra Care, located off Palm Coast Pkwy. This edition also includes interviews with our new leaders: o Rob Fulbright, CEO of the East Florida Region o Ed Noseworthy, CEO of Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center in Daytona Beach o Rob Deininger, CEO of Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City
Thanks to an observant fan at Stetson University, this Professor was rushed to Florida Hospital DeLand, where his life was saved. Watch now to learn about this incredible story, showcasing a great example of our Spirit to Care.
At one time, cancer was feared. Today, it is fought. As one of Florida's most comprehensive oncology programs, we treat more newly diagnosed cancer patients than any other health care system in the state.
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