New Kennedy Health Alliance OB/GYN Practice Opens in Washington Township
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
The new Kennedy Health Alliance (KHA) OB/GYN medical practice in Washington Township, NJ, was unveiled at a special Ribbon Cutting and community Open House on June 20th.
Shown at the event are, from left: Kennedy Health Chief Physician Executive Dr. Carman Ciervo; Nurse Practitioner Linda Narcisi, APN; OB/GYNs Dr. Deborah White and Dr. Elias Nemeh, and (far right), Dr. Anthony Wehbe, Kennedy’s Chief Population Health Executive.
The new KHA OB/GYN practice, located at 151 Fries Mill Road in Turnersville, offers comprehensive medical care for women of all ages. To schedule an appointment, call: 844-KHA-CAREs (844-542-2273).
World Congress Patient Experience Summit
Friday, June 17, 2016
Dr. Ricardo Perez, Dr. Anthony Wehbe and Cheri Clancy, MSN, MS, RN, NE-BC, presented at the World Congress Patient Experience Summit in San Diego, CA, on June 16.
Cindy Hou, DO, MBA, FACOI – Chair, Infection Control Committee; George Scott, DO, DPM, FACOFP; and Marianne Kraemer, RN, MPA, Ed.M., CCRN – Chief Nursing Officer, Kennedy – ST, presented their abstract titled "The Impact of Physician and Nursing Instructors in the Hospital on Awareness of Hand Hygiene in Medical School Students" at the 43rd Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) Annual Conference in Charlotte, NC, held June 11-13. As lead author, Dr. Hou won a Blue Ribbon Abstract Award for her work.
VIDEO | Kennedy Chief Nursing Executive Helene Burns threw the first pitch at Philadelphia Phillies game
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Kennedy Chief Nursing Executive Helene Burns threw out the first pitch of the game on June 7 at Kennedy Night at the Phillies.
DAISY Foundation Founders Visit Kennedy University Hospital in Washington Township
Friday, June 10, 2016
Kennedy University Hospital in Washington Township, NJ, welcomed Glen Ellen, CA residents Mark and Bonnie Barnes, founders of the nonprofit DAISY Foundation™ on June 9. The Barnes’ were on hand for a presentation of the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses to Medical-Surgical Unit (MS2) nurse Christine Levin, RN (center). Rob Levin,RN, Christine’s husband (second from left), is a Kennedy Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) nurse, and himself a past DAISY Award recipient. Chief Nurse Executive Helene Burns, MSN, RN, NEA-BC (far left) was instrumental in launching the DAISY Awards program at Kennedy Health, where up to six nurses each quarter receive the honor for having made a difference in the lives of their patients and patients’ family members.