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    Compassion for Patients, Visitors, and Colleagues Evident Throughout Princeton Health’s PMX Week

    Princeton Health celebrated its second Penn Medicine Experience (PMX) Week with a series of activities highlighting the overall theme of compassion — not only through stories of kindness to patients and their loved ones but also by taking time to care for ourselves and our co-workers.
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    BE Compassionate: Physicians, Staff, Volunteers Acknowledged by Their Peers

    A total 73 individuals from Penn Medicine Princeton Health were nominated by their peers for recognition related to acts of compassion to patients, family members, or their coworkers.
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    Volunteers Needed

    Princeton Health Community Wellness is looking for a few good volunteers — more than a few, actually — to assist with special events on November 23, 24, and 25 to commemorate the organization’s 100th anniversary.
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    REMINDER—Flu Vaccination Deadline is November 25

    Employees, physicians, allied staff, volunteers, contractors, consultants, and students working at Penn Medicine Princeton Health facilities must receive a flu vaccination — or have a documented medical or religious exemption — by Monday, November 25.
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    We're Talking Babies at Princeton Medical Center

    Wherever You May Be on Your Parenting Journey Princeton Health’s Baby Fair Has Something for You
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    Princeton Health Celebrates the Penn Medicine Experience

    Princeton Health will celebrate its second Penn Medicine Experience (PMX) Week this month with five days’ worth of events involving meditation, yoga, therapy dogs, giving back to the community, and a nod to Princeton Health’s upcoming centennial.
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    An Afternoon with Sally Field

    Sally Field captivated audiences and earned two Academy Awards and three Emmys on the strength of performances ranging from sweet-faced, girl-next-door roles to characters as complex as Sybil, Norma Rae, and Mary Todd Lincoln. Yet one character remained hidden: the shy and anxious girl within.
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    Final System-Wide Flu Prevention Event Scheduled for October 11.
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    Medal of Honor Recipient to Speak at Princeton Health

    Kyle Carpenter, the nation’s youngest living Medal of Honor recipient, will bring his inspiring message of finding purpose in life and living to one’s fullest potential to a special event at Princeton Medical Center (PMC) on Tuesday, October 15.
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    Tickets Available for Centennial Gala

    Celebrate Princeton Health’s 100th anniversary in style with dinner, dancing, and a spectacular musical performance featuring The Temptations on Saturday, November 23.
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