The April 27, 2016 edition of Massena Memorial Hospital's newsletter "What's New" is now available on-line! New Look...great information.
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MMH Invests in IT Innovations
It is truly amazing how much we rely on computers in our everyday life. It was hard to imagine 10 years ago that information systems would be such a part of our lives. The same is true at work where we’ve become dependent on a complex network of applications connected through sophisticated technology providing information at a glance.
Prescription Take Back Day
The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day helps to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the public about the potential for abuse of medications. This will be the first time that Massena is participating in the bi-annual Prescription Drug Take Back Day. The Massena Drug Free Community Coalition is partnering with the Massena Police Department and Massena Memorial Hospital for this event. It will take place on Saturday, April 30th from 10 am – 2 pm in the front lobby. The Massena Police department will provide an officer on-site to collect and secure medications. The Massena Police Department will hand the disposal.
- Solving Patients Cases, One Test at a Time
More than 20 laboratory professionals at Massena Memorial Hospital will celebrate National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week. This week honors laboratory professionals who often work behind the scenes, performing critical testing every day that saves lives, reduces morbidity and helps control the cost of care. Our well-educated, skilled and highly trained laboratory professionals are key members of MMH's health care team and are dedicated to quality medical testing and exceptional patient care.
- Hospital & Nurses Week approaches
- Radiothon slated for Friday, May 13, 2016
- Paddles Up...join the MMH Dragon Boat Teams
- Keep Walking...use the stairs for wellness
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