Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale has promoted Alissa Fuller to director of pharmacy services. Fuller, who has been with the non-profit hospital since 1992, most recently served as the interim director of pharmacy services. Previously, the Boca Raton resident served as clinical pharmacy director.
In addition to her role at Holy Cross, Fuller also serves as a clinical assistant professor at Nova Southeastern University. She is a member of the American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists, American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, and the Southeast Society of Hospital Pharmacists. She is a member of the board of directors of the FSHP Research and Education Foundation, and past president of the Florida Society of Health System Pharmacists.
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Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale has named Nancy Thies as its new vice president of development and marketing. Thies joins the non-profit hospital from United Way of Broward County, where she served as vice president of major and legacy gifts.
Thies has more than 27 years of experience in development and marketing, serving in senior-level roles with Mason Strategic Communications, Don Shula's Hotel and Golf Club, John H. Harland Company and Miller Brewing Company.
She is an immediate past board member of the Planned Giving Council. In the past, she served as president and board member for the Charity Guild, vice president of community affairs for the Junior League of Greater Fort Lauderdale, a member of the Parent-Teacher Fellowship of Cardinal Gibbons High School and as a committee member for the Sister Parish Project at St. Anthony Catholic Church.
Vanessa Reynolds, a partner in the Fort Lauderdale office of the statewide law firm Broad and Cassel, has been elected to the board of directors for the Florida Society for Healthcare Risk Management and Patient Safety (FSHRMPS).
Board certified in health law by The Florida Bar, Reynolds is a member of the firm’s Health Law Practice Group and is an industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience in health law. She is certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance by the Health Care Compliance Association’s Compliance Certification Board and has an AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rating with Martindale-Hubbell.
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Broward Health Medical Center (BHMC) has named Colleen McCrory, MBA, FACHE, the chief experience officer.
McCrory has 17 years of experience in healthcare, including insurance, managed care, contracting, outpatient services management, marketing and business development. She has worked with physicians and leaders at all levels to enhance workflow processes and quality care measures. Prior to her role at Broward Health Medical Center, McCrory worked for Studer Group. McCrory is an expert in value based purchasing, evidence-based leadership and service excellence.
McCrory earned both her Master’s of Business Administration and her bachelor’s degree from Mercer University in Macon, GA. She is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and past president of Toastmasters International.
Miami Jewish Health Systems recently appointed Mary Jane “MJ” Damavandi to Director of Nursing. With a distinguished career in nursing at the staff, managerial and executive levels in South Florida hospitals, Damavandi was first brought into Miami Jewish Health Systems as a consultant in late 2013 and soon asked to join the organization’s staff full-time.
Prior to joining Miami Jewish Health Systems, Damavandi held the position of Chief Nursing Officer at Florida Medical Center.
She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Florida State University in addition to Master’s of Science in Health Service Administration from Barry University.
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With more than a decade of experience in health care finance, Wendy Buice will serve as the new director of revenue analysis at Delray Medical Center.
Prior to joining Delray Medical Center, Buice worked as a disputed claims manager for Conifer Health Solutions and was responsible for 12 Tenet hospitals across the Southern United States. She started her health care career in 2002, working as a health information management (HIM) analyst in the patient access department at Rockdale Medical Center in Conyers, GA. From 2008 to 2011, she was a disputes supervisor and then a plan specialist supervisor at Atlanta National Insurance Center in Atlanta.
Buice earned her associate’s degree in education from Gordon College in Barnesville, GA in 1998. She is currently working toward a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Phoenix.
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Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, a member of the Advanced Neuroscience Network (ANN), is providing life-saving guidance to community based primary care providers to raise the level of awareness of the risk of stroke in atrial fibrillation (Afib) patients. Through a summer lecture series, in partnership with National Stroke Association, the hospital’s stroke medical director, Arun Talkad, M.D., presented tools and resources to better manage patients with this cardiac diagnosis.
“It is crucial that we raise awareness of the connection between Afib and stroke with both physicians and community members, so that people with this diagnosis can better manage their health,” said Dr. Talkad. “As a primary stroke center, our role at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center is to not just treat every stroke patient that comes through our doors, but also to be a resource to help educate others on how to best manage illnesses that may lead to stroke.”
“While we know that there is a strong relationship between cardiac care and stroke prevention, there may be a tendency to underestimate the potential risk factors between the two,” said Larry Coomes, CEO. “As the first hospital to perform open heart surgery in Palm Beach County, we have always been on the forefront of cardiac care. Now, as a primary stroke center, it is our goal to better educate others on this connection in an effort to save more lives.”sac longchamp pas cher nike air max 90 pas cher nike air max pas cher
Coral Gables Hospital is one of only two hospitals in the United States to become a training site for the UroLift® System. This technology is the first permanent implant to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) in men age 50 or older. The UroLift System treatment lifts or holds the enlarged prostate tissue so that it no longer blocks the urethra.
Dr. Paul Perito, chairman of urology at Coral Gables Hospital, and a renowned expert in men’s health and sexual function, will hold monthly educational sessions for physicians. They will consist of presentations, hands-on training with the device and the opportunity to observe multiple surgical cases.
The UroLift® System, cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2013, is designed to relieve symptoms caused by an enlarged prostate while preserving sexual function. Patients recover from the procedure quickly and return to their normal routines with minimal downtime.air max tn pas cher nike pas cher blazer nike
The Sports Medicine Program at West Boca Medical Center now provides its patients with an alternative approach to safely and effectively remove the source of tendon pain. The Tenex Health TX procedure alleviates sports-related injuries, including but not limited to, tennis elbow, jumper’s knee and Achilles tendonitis.
Tenex replicates the goal of a conventional open surgical procedure by removing the damaged tissue but in a minimally invasive manner. The conventional method carries the risk of damaging the surrounding healthy tissue and requires a lengthy recovery time with restricted activity. In comparison, the Tenex procedure requires a small adhesive bandage to close the micro-incision and offers quick recovery time for patients, usually within six weeks or less.
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