Adventist Healthcare News – May 2019

Adventist Healthcare News – May 2019
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Health Systems Sign Letter of Intent to Expand Partnership, Provide More Advanced Clinical Services for Western North Carolina

AdventHealth Hendersonville has been providing care to Western North Carolina for more than 100 years. Recent agreements have enabled residents in the area access to ER and cancer services physicians from Wake Forest Baptist. According to Globe Newswire, the new agreement tween the two health care systems would further their existing relationship, ensuring patients of the region have seamless access to an expanded network of health care services.

Loma Linda University Health Makes Strides to Positively Impact Minority Healthcare Access

According to the CDC, minorities carry a disproportionate amount of health-related burdens compared with non-minorities. “Health barriers within a community are not always medical, but can have more to do with cultural, social or economic issues,” says Lily Lee, DrPH, MPH, director of academic programs at the San Manuel Gateway College Promotores Academy. Loma Linda University Health is intent on breaking down those barriers through community engagement, advances in healthcare, intervention programs and raising awareness.

AdventHealth Wesley Chapel Leading the Way in Patient Experience for Women

AdventHealth Wesley Chapel has been named one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Patient Experience by the Women’s Choice Award®, according to a recent press release. “We are honored to once again be the top choice for women looking for high quality health care,” said Denyse Bales-Chubb, President and CEO of AdventHealth Wesley Chapel. AdventHealth is committed to providing its unique brand of compassionate, whole-person care to every patient, every time.

Adventist Health Bakersfield Celebrates National Day of Prayer

Faith-based organizations are known for their belief in the Power of Prayer. AdventistHealth Bakersfield lives the talk. As reflected in a recent Facebook post, by a visitor, we see employees praying.

Why Natasha Milatovich Doesn’t Believe in Work/Life Balance

A commitment to performance excellence coupled with faith, focus and fuel are crucial elements for success, according to Natasha Milatovich, regional vice president of human performance for the Southern California Region of Adventist Health West. As reported in American Healthcare Leader, Milatovich is moving beyond work/life balance and striving to help the organization’s associates achieve life/work integration.

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