LifeBridge Health Media Monday News Clips – Week of April 15, 2013
Posted Apr 22 2013 6:00am
Every week, news related to LifeBridge Health is featured in various media outlets, including business journal publications, local newspapers, online news sites, television stations and magazines. As a health care organization, we are proud that our physicians, medical services and staff are recognized for outstanding, compassionate and caring work.
What LifeBridge Health media sources were we featured in this week? Click the links below to find out!
April 14- Baltimore Sun- A brief on Dave Krajewski being named CFO appeared.
April 15 – Huffington Post- Sinai is mentioned in an article about the Senate’s preliminary approval of a medical marijuana bill. The bill would allow distribution of medical marijuana through academic medical centers.(The story also appeared in the Hancock News, Herald Mail, Princes Georges Sentinel, Free Lance -tar and the Jeffersonian).
April 16 – Patch.com Pikesville – A brief and photos of the upcoming Baltimore Food Truck Gathering at Sinai to benefit brain injury programs were posted.
April 12 – Baltimore Jewish Times – A story about the benefits of volunteering for the volunteer and to enhance the patient experience was the topic of a monthly LifeBridge Health column in this magazine. Betty Seidel, a longtime volunteer at Levindale , and Helene King wrote the article.
April 19 – Baltimore Jewish Times – Heather Wojcik, the director of Household operations, was featured in an article about the role nursing homes play in senior living options.
April TBD – MinorityNurse.com – Nurse Recruitment and Retention Consultant, Deborah Mello will be featured in an article on the Minority Nurse magazine blog about nurses who change specialties and how that process generally works. Deb also provides advice on the best approach when considering a change in specialty.
TBD – Nextavenue.org – James Nace, D.O. , was interviewed for a story on when it is time for someone to pursue hip or knee surgery.
TBD – Baltimore Sun – Paul Gurbel, M.D. will be featured in a story about his research.