From the Heart
At the age of 42, Staci Raddish suffered her third ministroke. But every nurse on Methodist Hospital's Ortho/Neuro Unit made her feel "safe and taken care of."
Brian Niedzwiecki has a message for young adults battling cancer: “It’s OK to cry. It’s OK to be anxious. It’s OK to be depressed. What you cannot do is let those emotions control your life."
A Methodist Hospital Progressive Care Unit nurse put her holiday plans aside to support a family mourning the death of a loved one.
A Methodist imaging team calmed the fears of a claustrophobic patient and helped her find the cause of her chronic neck and shoulder pain.
A big reason Susan Bristol's recovery from surgery went so smoothly was Methodist Hospital's dedicated certified nursing assistants, aides who work closely with patients and also assist doctors and nurses with basic medical procedures.
After an emergency room patient passed away, Jessica Lock, BSN, RN-BC, offered comfort to the patient's husband over the phone and at her grave site.
A Methodist acute rehabilitation nurse was honored with the DAISY Award for pushing her own emotions aside and comforting a patient's daughter.
When Lisa Smith arrived at Methodist Hospital for a routine surgery, she didn’t expect any surprises. Then she met prep-op nurse Peggy Zurek.
Bobbi Gill has been a physical therapy patient at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital for four years as she’s battled numerous health challenges. Mary-Ellen Bartels, a physical therapist, has been by her side much of the way.
NICU graduate Taylor Dahl met a nurse who cared for him when his premature daughter was admitted to the NICU at Methodist Women's Hospital.