From the Heart
The historic flooding in Fremont didn’t deter staff at Methodist Fremont Health from exemplifying The Meaning of Care. In fact, they lived out that mission. These are their stories.
A poem recognizing all Methodist physicians in honor of Doctor's Day
A Methodist Hospital nurse received the DAISY Award after going above and beyond for the family of a patient placed in hospice care.
Preterm labor introduced one patient to a "guardian angel" that appeared in the form of a high-risk OB nurse.
Recreational therapy and spiritual services made all the difference to a patient who's battled cancer for years.
When a patient arrived to the hospital with no clothes, one nurse clothed him in The Meaning of Care.
A Methodist Emergency Department nurse experienced "The Meaning of Care" in a whole new way after her mother was diagnosed with colon cancer.
Brian Wilson exhibited professional and humble service at every turn, Bob Robinson wrote in nominating him for the DAISY Award.
A patient credits his entire care team for strengthening his heart and getting him back to where that heart belongs - the great outdoors.
A patient credits a DAISY Award recipient for making her hospital stay "life-changing."