From the Heart
Methodist Physicians Clinic OB/GYN Tifany Somer-Shely, MD, spent the little time she had outside of caring for patients and delivering babies to sew isolation gowns and face masks when the health system's supply was running dangerously low.
Michelle Vanek, CMA, a certified medical assistant with Methodist Physicians Clinic, was one of three Fremont employees who volunteered in March to perform COVID-19 testing for the growing number of people in need.
Methodist Hospital progressive care nurse Emily Charvat, BSN, RN-BC, is opening up about the physical, mental and emotional challenges that have come with caring for COVID-positive patients.
Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital cleaning technician Enrique Berrones was known for his infectious personality, positive attitude and determination in the fight against COVID-19.
To all the warriors who’ve been fighting this virus since the very beginning: We haven’t forgotten about you. We still support you. We believe in you. And we continue to stand with you
Methodist Women's Hospital Patient Blessed With More Than She Prayed for After NICU Nurse Becomes Close Friend
After a scary pregnancy and a challenging NICU experience, Methodist Women's Hospital patient Valerie Newton came out of it all with healthy twin boys and a treasured friend.
“The DAISY Award is too feminine," Jay West wrote in his nomination of Seth Williams, BSN, RN. "It should be the Palm Tree Award for guys. Palm trees grow in an oasis – full of water, with deep roots and elasticity to bend in a storm and bounce back. Seth was a great example of this.”
For her thoughtful and compassionate care of a "big, lazy baby," Methodist Women's Hospital Neonatal ICU nurse Katie McGuire, BSN, RN, was honored with The DAISY Award.
Thanks to the compassionate care she received and the quick action of a dedicated nurse in recognizing the signs of stroke, cardiac patient Raquel Hartranft has found a new home at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital.
“I love what I do, and I can’t ever see me doing anything else ever,” said Johanna Weidert, ADN, a telemetry unit nurse at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital. “This fills my bucket. We all have a bucket, and my patients and my work family fill my bucket. They make me whole and complete.”