March 14, 2008 • Volume 72 • Number 6
co-chair of NAACP gala
Mid-South Baby Expo
Debbie Hayslett gets a Daisy:
News around the system
Baptist North Mississippi patients.
In as quick as four hours, the teams can
“We’re excited about our role,” said John
Robinson, director of safety, security and
receives grant convert an area the size of a football field into
a 50-bed hospital, with clean water, elec-
emergency preparedness for Baptist North
Mississippi and area coordinator for SMAT-
for disaster response tricity, records, lab services and many other
services a small hospital or clinic would have.
North Mississippi. “We’ll be working with the
city, county and other hospitals throughout
the region to establish volunteer teams to
The Mississippi State Department of
“This is a real honor for us,” said Peyton fully staff a response no matter where in the
Health recently selected Baptist Memorial
Warrington, assistant administrator at Baptist region the response is needed.”
Hospital-North Mississippi as a host site for
North Mississippi. “In addition to our
one of three state wide medical assistance Thirty-eight people are needed for a
strategic location in the North Mississippi
teams that will deploy in the event of a local, complete team, including physicians, nurses,
area, I think our willingness to help and the
state or national disaster EMTs, lab and respiratory technicians, secu-
quality of our staff also played a part in the
rity staff and others proficient in
The teams are being established for state’s decision.”
administrative duties, logistics, maintenance
medical response to any disaster or public
Baptist North Mississippi will be seeking and medical records.
health crisis when events may overload
clinicians and many other health care-related
nearby hospitals and health care systems with (Continued on page 4)
colleagues to join the SMAT.
N E A B A P T I S T
Eliminating duplication. Forms that
are easier to fill out. Enhanced and
more efficient delivery of care.
Support for professional improvement
and continuing education.
Comprehensive preceptorship so
every new clinician gets a full spec-
trum of training.
All of these are initiatives created by
colleagues and physicians at NEA
Baptist Memorial Hospital. In 2004,
hospital staff created the nursing
leadership group, comprising of
Hand hygiene is a Baptist focus during National
members of every nursing department
Patient Safety Week. As part of events commemo-
rating the week, Lynne Lancaster, RN, manager of in the hospital.
The Glo Germ infection control at Baptist Memorial Hospital-
Collierville, shows White Station Elementary School “Our front line staff knows the how
tells its own story students how quickly germs can be spread by
using Glo Germ a lotion-like substance that illumi-
nates under black light.
to deliver quality care,” said Maria
(Continued on page 3)
CALENDAR NEWS AND EVENTS
Easter Services at Baptist’s metro hospitals
I Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis: 11:30 a.m. March 19
I Baptist Memorial Hospital-DeSoto: 11:30 a.m. March 19
I Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women: Noon March 19
I Baptist Trinity Home Care & Hospice: Noon March 19 in Board
I Baptist Memorial Hospital-Collierville: 2:15 p.m. March 19
I Baptist Rehabilitation-Germantown: Noon March 20 in Patient
Kids’ Opening Day at AutoZone Park
The Memphis Redbirds’ Kids Opening Day is Sunday, April 13. Gates
open at 1 p.m., and colleague discount Redbirds tickets are available by
clicking the link on the Baptist intranet. The ceremonial first pitch will
be with kids and their parents or guardians prior to the game, and
participants can line up outside the Monroe Gate at 12:45 p.m. Be sure
to bring your baseball gloves. There are also 14 openings for Junior
Redhots for a day, limited to girls ages 6 to 12. Redhots are the
Lynne Lancaster, RN, manager of infection control at
Redbirds’ cheerleading squad. Interested parents can send their infor- Baptist Memorial Hospital-Collierville, shows students
Glo Germ shows at White Station Elementary School how germs stay
mation, including child’s name and dress size to Jennifer Roberson,
importance on your hands by using Glo Germ and a black light.
Baptist marketing, at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, there
of hand hygiene Lancaster visited the school for its March science pro-
are three opportunities to be an announcer for an inning. Participants gram and as part of events commemorating National
will not be broadcasted, but they will be given a CD of their segment. Patient Safety Week.
Each opportunity will be for 2-3 people. If interested, please contact
Roberson by e-mail. ‘Grow Baby Grow’ seminar discusses infant feeding
Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women is hosting a one-day seminar in
March Health Care Observances Conference Rooms A-C May 15 and May 16 on infant and preterm infant
feeding and feeding cues. Suzanne M. Thoyre, MS, PhD, associate
National Brain Injury Awareness Month professor of the nursing school at the University of North Carolina at
Child Life Month Chapel Hill, will lead the seminar . There is no charge for Baptist
National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
National Eye Donor Month colleagues. CME, CEU and TNA credit available. Registration by May 8 is
Hemophilia Awareness Month required. For information or to register, please contact the Center for
National Kidney Month
National Nutrition Month Education and Organizational Development at 901-227-2544.
National Professional Social Work Month
National Save Your Vision Month Diabetes: Don’t sugarcoat the facts
Workplace Eye Health and Safety Month
Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women and the Baptist Memorial Health
Weeklong Observances Care Foundation are hosting a seminar on diabetes designed for clinicians
March 16-22: National Inhalants and Poisons Awareness Week
in internal medicine, family practice, endocrinologists, pharmacists,
March 16-22: National Poison Prevention Week
March 16-22: National Pulmonary Rehabilitation Week diabetes educators, dieticians, physical therapists and nurses from 7:30
March 30-April 5: Root Canal Awareness Week a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 11. Deadline to register is April 4. A variety of
continuing education credits will be offered. To register, phone the Center
March 25: Diabetes Alert Day
for Education and Organizational Development at 901-227-2544.
March 27: Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen’s Birthday (German scientist who won the Nobel Prize in
1901 for discovery and work with X-rays)
March 30: National Doctors’ Day
Hospice volunteers needed 877-BMH-TIPS
Baptist Home Care & Hospice in Batesville, Miss., seeks volunteers for its 11-
county service area. Duties include reading or relieving caregivers of hospice
If you have a question about legal or regulatory require-
patients. Anyone interested must complete a six-hour training session on their ments, suspect any violation of BMHCC Standards of
time and submit to a TB skin test and background check. In addition, those who
Conduct, legal or regulatory requirements or suspect that
do not wish to volunteer in the home can donate other items if they quilt, sew or
bake. For information, phone LaDonna Murphree at 800-345-6928 or 662-587-8402. anyone is committing acts of patient abuse in any form, call
877-BMH-TIPS. Reports to the hotline may be made anony-
mously. Calls are handled conﬁdentially to the extent
For God did not send His Son into the world to allowed by law. Baptist does not tolerate retaliation for
reports made in good faith. It is the policy of Baptist
condemn the world, but that the world through Memorial Health Care to admit and provide services to
Him might be saved. patients and guests without distinction due to race, color,
age, religion, sex, national origin, handicap or disability.
John 3:17 Marilyn Dunavant is Baptist’s corporate compliance ofﬁcer.
Baptist Union City plans be given away as the grand prize.
for new mammography Admission to the event is $7 per
suite person, and children 12 and
younger are admitted free. This
Construction is on schedule at
year, $2 of each ticket sold bene-
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union
fits the Shelby County Infant
City to open a new mammography
Mortality Initiative. For informa-
suite for women. Beginning this
tion, phone 901-227-9873 or visit
spring, Baptist Union City will
offer comprehensive breast health
services in one location on the
first floor of the hospital in the Reynolds named co-chair
outpatient services department. of NAACP event
The new mammography suite Stephen C. Reynolds, president
provides convenient scheduling, and CEO of
advanced technology and dedi- Baptist
cated expert care all in one Memorial Allen Gibson, RN, pre and post op coordinator, and Ginny Presgrove, RN, risk
management, listen during a nursing leadership group meeting at NEA Baptist
location. Patients will benefit Health Care,
Memorial Hospital. The group functions as an employee advocacy group and also
from new, premier equipment to was named takes employee suggestions to enhance patient care and efficiency and imple-
increase detection and reduce co-chair of ments them throughout the hospital.
anxiety. The equipment includes the annual
digital mammography to increase
the accuracy of diagnosis. The
Freedom Stephen Reynolds
Nursing leadership group (Continued from page 1)
center also provides stereotactic Fund Gala
biopsy, a non-surgical method of beginning at 6 p.m. March 27 at Daniel, RN, chairwoman of the The NLG also offers a scholar-
removing tissue from a suspected the Cook Convention Center. NLG. “Listening to their ideas has ship to students pursuing
abnormality in the breast, Baptist is a sponsor of this resulted in an enhanced work education for a clinical career.
computer-aided detection, and fundraiser for the local chapter of environment, and the patients
the NAACP. Tickets are available The physician counterpart to the
ultrasound. Another feature of the ultimately benefit.”
to colleagues, limit two, on a first- NLG is the physician leadership
suite is an area that is dedicated to
come, first-served basis. Please NLG members are nominated group, which addresses physician
educating women about breast
e-mail community.involve- and serve two-year terms. Every issues with the hospital and clini-
health and providing access to
email@example.com to request department is represented, and the cians through regular meetings.
resources for additional support.
tickets. group tries to have different shifts Much of its focus is on enhancing
represented as well, including care and complementing the clin-
Mid-South Baby Expo night shifts and weekends. ical efforts of the nursing staff.
National college fair
Baptist is sponsoring the fifth
at Cook Convention Center “The best ideas don’t always “To get better, you have to have a
annual Mid-South Baby Expo, happen between 9 and 5,” said group engaged, passionate and
which will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Baptist College of Health Stephanie Taylor, RN, clinical motivated to do their jobs better,”
March 29 at the Agricenter Sciences will be an exhibitor at the educator and NLG member. “I also said Paula Grimes, chief nursing
International. Memphis National College Fair think having a diverse group officer. “Our staff knows this group
from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, March 16, means no department or individual will respond to their ideas or
The event will feature preg-
at the Memphis Cook Convention is isolated.” concerns, and there will be
nancy, childbirth and baby
experts, products, services and In addition to work improve-
community resources. Mini- Hosted by the Southern ments, the NLG is also involved in In fact, suggestions for work-
presentations on a variety of Association for College Admission the community through volun- place improvements have been
pregnancy, childbirth and infant Counseling, potential college teering to help the needy, hosting replaced by colleague requests to
care topics will be offered students and their parents can get free CPR classes or hosting holiday be a member of the group.
throughout the day. In addition, information about colleges and events such as breakfast with Santa
universities and help in navigating “If you address and resolve small
car seat and home safety demon- or Santa and a movie, where
the application process. In addi- things immediately, they can’t
strations will be provided in the employees bring their children and
tion, students and parents can escalate into a large issue,” Taylor
Infant Safety Corner. The expo will grandchildren to visit. Through the
discuss their individual needs with said. “This group and our hospital
also offer fun family activities, Union University disaster fund set
college experts. There is no charge employees do a great job of
including a daddy diaper derby, up by the Baptist Memorial Health
to attend the fair. responding and addressing smaller
grandparents’ stroller relay and Care Foundation, the NLG
problems so they don’t get blown
maternity and children’s fashion contributed $250 to help Union
For information, visit out of proportion.”
shows. A gift certificate to go rebuild after a tornado destroyed
toward decorating a nursery will part of its campus.
Medical assistance team (Continued from page 1) Mississippi emer-
gency personnel and
“Ideally, we’d like to have a few seeing the effectiveness of those pose for a photo dur-
ing a training session
teams throughout the region,” teams, the state of Mississippi, for Mississippi state
Robinson said. “That way, one through federal funding, began medical assistance
team can respond if another planning for its own disaster teams. One of three
teams will be head-
cannot. Someone in Columbus, response units. quartered at Baptist
Tupelo, or Oxford can respond to Memorial Hospital-
As a result, grant monies were North Mississippi.
DeSoto, Marshall, Tate or Tunica
awarded to use toward coordi-
nating SMATs. Each hospital base
After Hurricane Katrina hit the for the teams decides policies
bones acute and emergency care ness, and this is something our
Mississippi Gulf Coast in late and staffing, but the State Health
hospital on wheels,” Robinson entire community should be
August of 2005, part of the emer- Department dictates deployment.
said. “It’s an honor to be proud of – it’s a real asset for this
gency response was from SMATs
“When everything’s staffed and selected. I’ve spent most of my hospital and the community.”
based in North Carolina. After
operational, this will be a bare- career in emergency prepared-
THE PRESIDENT’S CORNER
pre-existing or chronic medical patients. If passed, President Bush’s have to pay for their care before they
conditions, including cancer 2009 budget would continue that go to the hospital. Using charge esti-
survivors and those living with heart trend, cutting an unprecedented mators, patients can make better
disease, diabetes or other ailments. $182 billion from Medicare during decisions and prepare for the out-
the next five years. For Baptist, that of-pocket portion of their hospital
would mean losing another $215 visits.
tory health insurance has
million in reimbursement between
drawbacks, as well. Some say these Hospitals and physicians have
2009 and 2013.
plans are very expensive. From always cared for patients who cannot
studying other countries with The losses from Medicare and afford to pay for their care, and they
national health insurance, we know Medicaid — which historically have will continue to do so. But the health
Stephen C. Reynolds, President & CEO, there is a rationing of services that shifted to the few who have insur- care system that has evolved in our
Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp.
is counter to the expectations of our ance — would grow more rapidly, country is shifting the unpaid cost of
Editor’s note: This column was society and would not be readily meaning more companies would not caring for patients onto the weary
published as a guest editorial in the accepted by Americans. be able to absorb their employees’ shoulders of a diminishing few.
Feb. 29 issue of The Commercial health care cost increases. If the
It’s easy to see why the health care What we have today is not
Appeal. trend continues, some who currently
funding debate is so complicated. sustainable into the future. It will
support the shortfalls from
As presidential candidates take courage and leadership to forge
Today, health care providers are Medicare, Medicaid and others
campaign for our votes, they will a new affordable and responsible
facing tough decisions. While politi- would move from being part of the
increasingly address our nation’s direction. As a nation, we will need
cians decide how to provide care for solution to adding to the problem by
concerns about health care. Each to work with our elected leaders to
the nation’s 47 million uninsured leaving even fewer insured to pay for
will unveil proposals aimed at find solutions that spend our
people, hospitals and doctors the growing uncompensated cost of
repairing a system many consider resources wisely and appropriately.
continue to attend to their medical caring for others.
broken. It is obvious this is very complex, so
needs. This uncompensated care is
Health care organizations are if people tell you there is a simple
Their approaches run the gamut part of the community benefit
doing many things to try to reduce solution, they don’t fully understand
from giving citizens tax breaks so hospitals provide every day. For
their costs, and some initiatives the issues.
they can purchase insurance on example, last year Baptist Memorial
have been very successful. For
their own to government-sponsored Health Care provided $428 million Voters should remain engaged in
example, with physician input
national health insurance. This in community benefit, including the assessment of the presidential
hospitals are negotiating more
issue is complex, making it difficult more than $200 million in uncom- candidates, as this signals a new day
favorable purchasing agreements
for voters to decide which approach pensated care. in the political debate that will
with fewer medical device compa-
is best. transform the health care delivery
Organizations that do pay for nies to reduce the cost of their
system. Consider carefully who you
Making health insurance more health care, such as Medicare, products. This practice has saved
think will set the best agenda for
affordable for individuals may cost Medicaid, insurance companies and health care organizations, including
responsible health care change for
less than other alternatives and private businesses, are reimbursing Baptist, millions of dollars a year.
our country. We all have a vested
should require minimal additional hospitals less money than in the But these efforts only minimally
interest in making sure our health
federal regulation, but it still may past. In fact, for the past decade, slow the growing problem.
care system is healthy, strong and
exclude some people. Insurance Medicare has reimbursed hospitals
Hospitals are also giving patients able to care for us, our children and
companies often deny coverage or at rates far below the actual cost
a better idea of how much they will future generations.
charge higher rates to those with hospitals incur to treat Medicare
AROUND THE SYSTEM
At Baptist Memorial Hospital- Baptist Memorial
Memphis, Debbie Hayslett, RN, Hospital-Union
surgery, was recently given the City hospitalist
Daisy Award. If you don’t Gerald Stipanuk, Got news about a
remember, Dana Dye, chief nursing MD, recently was Baptist colleague?
officer at the hospital, implemented recognized for excel-
the program which recognizes lence in hospitalist
Send it to
exceptional nurses who are nomi- medicine by EmCare firstname.lastname@example.org.
nated by their peers. Hayslett was Inc., a leading
surprised to receive the award. Dye, provider of emer-
other managers, colleagues and gency medicine management and hospitalist staffing. Stipanuk was
Jason Little, administrator and recognized for achieving extraordinarily high core measure compliance in After a random drawing named him
CEO, were on hand to present her the area of pneumonia. one of 10 finalists for free tickets to
the award. the annual music awards show,
Recently Stipanuk was the guest speaker at an EmCare conference in Ft.
Sanders’ online research and study
Worth, Texas, at which he discussed the importance of teamwork in
Tonya Bunk, head nurse in paid off, beating out the other
complying with pneumonia core measures.
skilled nursing at Baptist contestants during a Grammy
Memphis, was named Service First “It is a pleasure working with the case managers, nursing staff and ancil- Awards quiz show. Sanders said the
champion for the first quarter of lary departments at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union City because they are a highlight of winning his all-
2008. Bunk, with Baptist since highly effective team when providing quality patient care,” Stipanuk said. expenses paid trip was the Grammy
2003, drove a patient’s son and his Awards show itself. He remem-
Stipanuk has been the hospitalist program director at Baptist Union City
wife home from the hospital so they bered jazz artist Herbie Hancock
since the program began in 2006. Hospitalists are specialists dedicated
would be at home when the ambu- saying “The impossible is possible.
solely to the care of hospitalized patients. They work with primary care
lance arrived with the patient. In It has been 30-40 years since a jazz
physicians to manage the care of patients from the moment they enter the
addition to transporting the son artist has won this particular award.
hospital until they are discharged.
and wife whose car wouldn’t start, The impossible is possible,” after
she also packed their and the winning album of the year. Vince
patient’s belongings in her car. their future careers.” said James students to participate. Fifteen 11th Gill, winner of best country album,
Bunk was one of 11 colleagues Caldwell, Baptist Union City’s chief grade students will participate June said “Music is the only thing with
nominated this quarter. nursing officer. 2 – 6; ninth and 10th grade students true democracy…every note is
will participate June 9 -13 and 16 – equal.” Sanders said he plans to
20. There are no fees. attend next year.
funding by the
Baptist Memorial For more information, call
Health Care Caldwell at 731-884-8621. Baptist’s nurse recruiting Web
Foundation, the site, BaptistNurses.org, attracted
camp teaches 2,231 visits and 9,852 page views in
Jeffery Sanders, physical therapy February. The BaptistOnline.org
students about the
technician at Baptist Memorial Web site generated 408,407 page
Hospital-Golden Triangle, knows views and 128,381 visitors last
a lot about the Grammy Awards. month.
skills, typical job
duties and personal
qualities of nurses.
Partnering with the University of participate in interactive, hands-on
Tennessee at Martin, Baptist activities that highlight the skills,
Memorial Hospital-Union City is equipment, technology and
again offering its CRASH course resources used by nurses and other
nurse camp to ninth, 10th and 11th health professionals.
grade students in Obion and recently
The application process includes
Weakley counties. CRASH course is hosted a chili
a student application, short essay,
a summer day camp that exposes and soup In the picture from left to right, Barry Yearber, Baptist Booneville
counselor recommendation and
students to the health care industry, cooking Service First coordinator; Doris Box, winner, best in soup; Nelda
teacher recommendation. Students
primarily nursing. Lamb, winner, best in chili; and Jean Pannell, Baptist
interested in completing an appli- contest for Booneville Relay for Life team captain.
“The goal of the nurse camp is to cation should contact their colleagues.
promote the nursing profession to guidance counselors. By April 10, a Doris Box of infection control won best in soup. Nelda Lamb in the busi-
young people so that they select committee of guidance counselors, ness office won for her chili. Community members judged the contest,
appropriate high school course UT-Martin faculty and staff from which raised more than $300 for the American Cancer Society, which will
work and can begin setting goals for Baptist Union City will select 45 be added to the hospital’s contribution following the ACS Relay for Life.
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