From the Heart
Much like every Methodist employee, they go above and beyond to illustrate The Meaning of Care.
Admitted to the hospital after fainting, Richard Fellman heard a familiar accent that made all the difference in what could have been a daunting stay.
Connie Klaumann, RNC-OB, has been a nurse with Methodist for 30 years. She’s the kind of nurse every expecting mom wants by her side – including Jenna Liberto.
When Tracy Nicholls began pulmonary rehabilitation at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital, she was mentally and physically drained. But she's moving ahead with her goals after working with the "stellar employees" there.
In honor of neonatal nurses everywhere, the Boldra family shares their story of the kind of care, compassion and commitment often demonstrated by these remarkable individuals.
Short hospital stays don’t always offer a lot of time to build relationships. But for one patient, a short stay was all it took for a Methodist nurse to make a big difference.
Volunteering at a young age gave one new nurse the tools she needed for a compassionate, successful future.
Andre Guindon was over 1,000 miles from home when he had a heart attack. Two Methodist Hospital nurses went above and beyond in the early days of his recovery.
Day after day, Miriah Jansonius, BSN, RN, shares her calm confidence with those she cares for.
Linda Quinn has been managing nurses and caring for patients for 44 years. So she had high expectations when she came to Methodist Hospital for her own procedure.