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Environmental Services (EVS) cleaning technicians are the first line of defense against infection at health care facilities, making them health care heroes on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With COVID-19 disproportionately affecting Latinos, Spanish language interpreters have become essential members of many COVID-positive patients' care teams.
Ezinne and Andrew Jones decided to have one more child – and were surprised with quadruplets. See where Arya, Kayla, Leo and Tommy are five years after becoming the second set of quadruplets born at Methodist Women's Hospital.
What Are the Odds? Catching Up With Methodist Women's Hospital's First Spontaneous Identical Triplets
Where are they now? Nearly five years later, the Morgan triplets are running the show and playing their first sport. Read more about the first spontaneous identical triplets born at Methodist Women's Hospital.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, respiratory therapists have become the unsung heroes on the front lines as they work side by side with doctors and nurses.
Jill Broekemeier, a Methodist Fremont Health nurse, was honored with The DAISY Award for treating a patient and her twin daughters like family.
By making reductions in opioid prescriptions and usage, Methodist is changing patient care for the better and potentially saving lives.
When Charlie Dix, 84, made the difficult decision to transition to comfort care, Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital nurse Lisa Crowe remembered that sometimes what a patient needs most is simply to have their hand held.
For her years of consistent care and compassion for a young woman with a benign liver tumor, surgical oncology nurse navigator Heather Hagewood, MSN, RN, OCN, was honored with The DAISY Award.