News to Know
Keeping the community informed of what's going on at CCMH.
Nursing Residency Program Provides a License to Learn
Research shows that if nurses leave the profession, they do it in the first
12 months after graduating from a nursing program. It’s no different
at CCMH. That’s why nursing leadership developed the first Nursing
Residency Program for new graduates—to increase competence, confidence
and improve retention within the organization and the profession of nursing.
Preparing for the Worst
EMS and the Education department hosted nearly 500 emergency medical professionals
last week during EMS University—an event that helps EMTs from around
Wyoming satisfy their recertification requirements.
healthCHECK+: It’s a Plus for Your Health!
Campbell County Health announces a new service to help the community
with their wellness needs—healthCHECK+. Designed to help build your
relationship with your healthcare provider, healthCHECK+ lets you receive
lab tests and health screenings without a physician order.
Program Helps Students Prepare for the Future
Ah, remember your high school days? Hanging out in the commons, arguing
with your parents about your 10 pm curfew, observing a surgeon perform
a carpel tunnel operation … Wait. What? That’s right. Students
at Campbell County High School who participate in a Mentorship Program
have just that opportunity—and many others.
Ways to Support Team Angie
CCMH employees and several community members have created fundraisers for
the Laakso family. As many know, Angie Laakso, an occupational therapist
at CCMH, was injured in a car accident in early February.
Here are ways to support this family’s road to recovery.
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