Kimberly Mackey, RN, BSN, talking about our yearly skills fair. She goes on to explain how the skills fair allows us to brush up on our skills. Clinicians are refreshed on things like ventilators, G-Tubes, etc. Kimberly also mentions that this is done so we can provide the greatest possible quality care for our children.
Vivia Green, RN MSN / FNP / MD 👩⚕, talking about the reasons she works for American Home Health. She talks about the attitude, professionalism, and emphasizes the flexibility American Home Health offers. Because of this flexibility, she was able to go to school and become a nurse practitioner, and then a physician. Vivian plans […]
Debi Curtis, RN, talks about her experience as a nurse. She has been doing Home Health for the last thirteen years. She enjoys the flexibility that Home Health offers. Debi primarily works on the pediatric private duty/special needs children’s side of home health. She stays with the patient for a full shift. Debi has been […]
HEMOPHILIA is a rare blood disorder in which the patient’s blood does not clot normally because it lacks sufficient blood-clotting factors. An inherited disease, it is usually passed from mother to son. Because it was prevalent in European royal families, it is also known as “a royal disease.” According to https://hemophilianewstoday.com/2017/05/24, it is believed that […]
When Laura was thirty years old, she began having episodes of muscle stiffness in the trunk of her body and in her limbs. During these episodes, she would also have severe and prolonged muscle spasms in her legs. As a result, she fell several times. She also suffered from anxiety and depression. Laura made an […]
In 1964, a twenty-two-year-old boxer known by his birth name, Cassius Clay, Jr. entered the ring for a match with Sonny Liston, who had been the world heavyweight boxing champion since 1962. Clay had spent the weeks prior to the match trash-talking Liston’s fighting abilities, trying to get inside his opponent’s head. Clay won the […]
Born January 6, 1912 in Deerfield, Michigan, Amos Muzyad Yakhoob Kairouz was the son of Maronite Catholic immigrants from Lebanon. One of ten children, he was raised in Toledo, Ohio, where he attended St. Francis de Sales Church (Roman Catholic), Woodward High School, and the University of Toledo. You know him as Danny Thomas, the […]