October’s Penn Medicine Experience (PMX) Week celebrations at Penn Presbyterian provided the opportunity to celebrate our entire healthcare community and honor the accomplishments of our team.
It’s the time of year when we all focus on spreading the love, practicing gratitude, and giving back. PPMC is proud to have so many creative and committed volunteers who are excited to engage with the community all year round, whether through donation drives, working with students, or by providing that most perfect meal: weekend brunch.
The 22nd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Involvement Recognition Awards committee is seeking nominations for individuals whose dedication to local engagement, community service, and social justice exemplifies the ideals Dr. King espoused.
Mark your calendars for PPMC’s annual Cultural Competence Conference. Join us on Friday, November 3, from 7 a.m. to noon in PHI-106 in the Heart & Vascular Pavilion.
PPMC’s Nursing Shared Governance Leadership Council organizes a t-shirt fundraiser each year to support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Brendalyn Tanio, BSN, RN, PCCN, a clinical nurse III in Cupp 3 East and co-chair of the council, and Joseph Toth, BSN, RN-BC, a clinical nurse III in Cupp 4 East, organized this year’s fundraiser.
PPMC celebrated Health Literacy Month in October, which offered the chance to reflect on best communication practices and strategies.
This year’s hurricane and tropical storm season was reportedly the most active on record, visiting catastrophic damage across parts of the southern United States and the Caribbean. Penn Medicine remains committed to relief and recovery efforts to help those affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.