Items tagged as "Mayo Clinic Florida"
For the past eight years, Nicole Dehn, 30, has had pangs of sadness whenever she passes a small grove of trees on the road near her Jacksonville, Fla., home. The trees are a constant reminder of the day epilepsy took her freedom.
Nov. 14 2005. It’s the day Dehn [...]Created by mayoclinic
It’s tough for anyone to deal with a cancer diagnosis, especially someone at the age of 18. Todd Blake, a Jacksonville, Fla., native, was just beginning life as a freshman at the University of Florida when he was diagnosed with late-stage Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a serious form of blood cancer. Fast-forward [...]Created by mayoclinic
At age 30, Anna Webster was a busy single mom juggling work and caring for her 11-year-old daughter. She didn’t have time to be sick. But after passing out one evening in the spring of 2009, she spent three days in a Jacksonville, Fla., emergency room while doctors tried to [...]Created by Cynthia (Cindy) Weiss
Written by Linda Rhodes, coordinator of Management Development at Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida. Registered nurse Jessica Charles recently relocated across the country to take a new position as nurse manager of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Orthopedics at Mayo Clinic in Florida. However, this was not Jessica's first experience working at Mayo [...]Created by Jennifer Lineburg
This article was submitted by Mayo Clinic Jacksonville patient, Fred Page In late summer 2005, after 50 days in a non-Florida hospital, a nurse helped me out of the wheelchair and into my wife’s waiting vehicle. We were going home! Our battle waged with the deadly bacteria pseudomonas had ended. [...]Created by CSMMayo
Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida kicked off a new nursing residency program in February. Diane Lassiter, Sara Warren, Rachael Ruffet and Carol DelaCruz are the first nurses to participate in the year-long pilot program. "We are concerned about the pending nursing shortage, so we want to embrace recruitment and retention [...]Created by Jennifer Lineburg
When Mayo Clinic lung transplant patient Larry Rawdon heard the Ritz Chamber Players perform on the Florida campus, he was captivated. As a retired cellist who played on Broadway in shows such as Cats, he has a deep appreciation for the power of music and what it can do [...]Created by CSMMayo
With the economy the way it is, I wasn't sure what, if anything, would be taking place during Nurses Week to celebrate our wonderful nurses here in Jacksonville. I was happy to see that our Clinical Education Department put together a week-long series of events to celebrate. The week started [...]Created by Admin