In the Know – January/February/March 2020

In this issue:

• COVID-19: Global Pandemic Dominates First Half of 2020

• PCH and MMG Cardiology Welcome Paul A. Suri, M.D.

• Thank you to Bryan Bjork, RN

• Saluting Employees of the Month Frances Weise and Steve Johnson

• New Recipients of the Employee Nurse Recruitment Bonus Program

• Volunteers Recognize Day Surgery

• Saluting Employees of the Month William Bennett and Nancy Jones

• Pantili Mitsubishi donates stuffed animals for peds

• First COVID-19 information posted

• Sock Monkeys for peds patients made by Valerie Dooley

• We love our Volunteers!

• Orthopedic Center Reunion Luncheon held in Parkview

• MMG Women’s Health holds Pelvic Organ Prolapse Seminar

• Happy Hearts Day at Princeton Senior Center

• Letters of Appreciation

• Saluting Employee of the Month Michelle Mitchell

• March is National Nutrition Month

• Walk-In Wednesdays – Nurse Hiring Event in March

• The hospital’s first public statement regarding COVID-19 testing

• Saluting Employee of the Month Dwayne Powell

• Celebrating Pulmonary Rehab Week

• Our first COVID-related notice to visitors

• Saluting our dedicated Hospitalists

• Saluting Employee of the Month Jeromy Miller

• The announcement of the suspension of support groups and community classes

• COVID-19 notice posted on how to stop the spread of germs

• First public announcements regarding steps to be taken to mitigate the spread of COVID-19

• Public announcement to our Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab patients

• Public announcement from Heart Strings Gifts & More

• New visitor regulations issued on March 19

• Public notice to call ahead before visiting your doctor or hospital

• March 19 Bluefield Daily Telegraph article: Mercer County COVID-19 patient alive, is in isolation

• MMG Clinics and The Pavilion outpatient program announcement telehealth options for keeping appointments

• March 23 – New visitor regulations announced

• March 23 – Announcing the need for blood donations

• From our wonderful staff at MMG Primary Care

• PCH announced drive-thru testing for COVID-19

• Concord University donates masks

• Temporary closure of certain departments to walk-in traffic announced

• Steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 if you are sick

• The Pavilion marks 10th anniversary

• Not sure if you need testing and don’t have a doctor?

• To our frontline healthcare team – doctors, nurses, and healthcare staff

• PCH re-certified as a Level IV Trauma Center

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