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Comprehensive Wound Healing Center at Pardee welcomes new staff

[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"] Charles Albers, M.D., FACS, and Michael Jones, M.D., FACS, are proud to welcome two new employees to the Comprehensive Wound Healing Center at Pardee.
Leslie Cassell, RN, recently joined the team after more than 25 years of experience in home health and medical-surgical nursing.  Taking on the center’s first Registered Nurse position, Cassell will provide direct patient care and assist in the coordination of care between the center, each patient’s primary care physician, and other clinicians that may be involved in treatment. “Leslie has a great attention to detail and demonstrates a commitment to improving quality of life for the people we serve every day,” said Dr. Jones. Dusty McNabb joins the team as the front office coordinator.  McNabb brings a substantial administrative background to her new role, as well as creative talents and an enthusiasm she has used in the service of our community as arts and events director of a local church for more than seven years. “Dusty’s vibrant personality is a warm welcome to patients as they arrive at our center,” said Rachel Beal, program director of the Comprehensive Wound Healing Center at Pardee. Cassell and McNabb join Dr. Albers and Dr. Jones at the center, a partnership between Pardee Hospital and Diversified Clinical Services, the leading national provider of wound care services with an 88 percent healing rate within 31 median days-to-heal and extremely high patient satisfaction rates. For more information on the center, please call (828) 696-4284.

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Events for January

The new year is starting so be sure to check out all of our classes offered.  Fitness classes are offered at the Health Education Center, Rehab & Wellness Center, and now a new yoga class at the Hospital. See below to see everything going on this month or visit our online calendar.

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Dr. Amy Johnson - recognized in VERVE

Dr. Amy Johnson, from our Pardee Mills River Family Health Center, was recognized by VERVE Magazine as "the cream of the Millennial crop." VERVE recognized local women who in their words, "They clog. They blog. They leap tall buildings in a single bound. Okay, so maybe it would take them more than a bound to leap a building. But make no mistake—these 30 women are on the way up." Here is a link to Amy Johnson. Here is a link to the full story. If you want more info about Dr. Johnson you can call 1-866-790-WELL (9355)

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Words of thanks - Pardee Women and Children's Center

Pardee Women & Children's Center recently received a thank you note from a pleased patient who gave birth at Pardee. Since this new mom took the time to thank the staff of the Women & Children's Center, we would like to take time to share her words of thanks with the readers of our blog. "A thank you could never be enough to say to each of you for saving our baby girl's life on Oct. 12, 2010. You will never know how big of a gift you have given our family by giving us our little girl. Thank you for making her healthy again and for giving her a chance to experience life with her family! You all are dear to our hearts: today, tomorrow and forever. LeeAnna - born on 10/12/10, 11:53 p.m., 8lbs. 5oz., 21 inches. From the bottom of our hearts, Merry Christmas." - The Albertson Family Our board-certified OB/GYNs, family physicians offering obstetrics and certified nurse-midwives are available to provide the many options that contribute to a healthy pregnancy and birth. The Pardee Women & Children's Center staff is committed to facilitating exceptional birth experiences, providing personal attention and delivering the highest quality of care. To help ensure your little one gets the best start in life, the Pardee Women & Children's Center offers a variety of services for you to chose from. For more information on Pardee Hospital’s services for women and children, call 1-866-790-WELL (9355).

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Pardee's Quality and Case Management departments host diaper drive

The Quality and Case Management departments decided to host their own diaper drive for the Hendersonville Storehouse on 7th Ave. In doing so, the group brought in over 1,300 baby diapers, plus money that will be used to purchase more diapers for children this Christmas. The idea stemmed from Linda Owenby, who's mother volunteers at the Storehouse. Linda said that so many of the mothers that come to the Storehouse do not have diapers for their babies. This gave her the idea to do a diaper drive within her department to see how many diapers, as a group, they could bring in and donate to these families. The diapers and money kept flowing in, and now the department is considering doing it year-round. They call their campaign, "Dry Butts for Christmas." If you would like to contribute to the diaper drive, contact Linda Owenby at (828) 696-7965. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]

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