Methodist Health System Blog

Cheyenne Ruby, Kelly Finney, and Nora Billodeaux celebrate at the 2022 D Magazine Excellence in Nursing Awards event.

At the 2022 D Magazine Excellence in Nursing Awards celebration, Methodist Health System was proud to have 23 winning nurses. We know how excellent our nurses — all our nurses — are, but it’s truly an honor to see these great professionals recognized by outside organizations. Plenty of photos were snapped that night, but the three nurses in this particular picture have an inte ...

In April, families around the world will gather for Passover, which is one of the most celebrated rituals in the Jewish faith. Passover begins with a combination dinner and service called a Seder, where we tell the Passover story from the Bible’s Book of Exodus. It’s a tale that the legendary Cecil B. DeMille turned into an Oscar-nominated film that airs annually on prime time ...

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to practice nursing in a different specialty? Some nurses latch onto a specialty that becomes their lifetime mission. Others want to take on a new challenge in a new area. Which are you? Ready for something new? If you’re an experienced registered nurse looking to spread your wings and grow, a fellowship will take you there. We’ve ...

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One of the first things nursing school graduates do is search for a nurse residency. It’s a wise move. The graduates are full of new knowledge and excited about entering their profession, but they know that they need practical experience. In short, they need to practice nursing! And that’s what nurse residencies do — they transform graduate nurses into professional providers. ...

For many, February is a time to express our affection and appreciation for those we love. But when I grew up, the focus was completely different. For me, February brings back memories of growing up in South Asia and Africa. Here, heart attacks and strokes were common occurrences, especially in women. In fact, the women around me were the ones least likely to seek the care they ...

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