"Celebrating more than 50 years of service"
November 20, 2009 • Volume 73 • Number 24 INSIDE Baptist transitions Lauderdale hospital Baptist CFO elected to VHA board Baptist Trinity unveils children’s remembrance garden Celebrating more than in 1956. On Dec. 7, at the age of 76, Taylor will celebrate the end of her 50-plus years with the 50 years of service hospital at her retirement party, which will be held at 2 p.m. in the hospital’s cafeteria. Growing up as the daughter of a Southern “I think it is time for me to step aside and let sharecropper, Fran Taylor knew she did not someone else come in who is young and needs want to spend her life picking berries and the job,” Taylor said. “I just hope that person harvesting cotton for others. enjoys the work as much as I have.” From a very young age, she made it clear she Taylor spent more than 20 years working in a wanted to help heal others by working in health variety of different nursing areas and earned her care, and for the past 53 years, she has done so, EMT license in 1980, before transitioning to all in the same hospital. respiratory therapy. With assistance from the “I wanted to serve people and take care of hospital, she was able to earn her respiratory them,” she said, “I feel it was God’s calling for therapy degree. me to work in health care, and I sure have She has spent the past 28 years working in the enjoyed it.” hospital’s respiratory department, where she Taylor is a respiratory therapist at Baptist has assisted in the emergency room, given For more than 50 years, Fran Taylor (above) has built her Memorial Hospital-Lauderdale, the same breathing treatments and aided patients with career in the medical field at Baptist Memorial Hospital- respiratory trauma. Lauderdale, where she works as a respiratory therapist. hospital where she began her career as a nurse (Continued on page 3) Baptist Rehabilitation-Germantown sponsors Gobble Wobble 5K at Germantown Athletic Club United Way campaign stories made possible by the United Way and its Mid-South begins Dec. 1 partner agencies. Beginning Dec. 1, Baptist A young special education colleagues will be able to help student in Memphis struggled those in need by contributing to with his Baptist Memorial academics as his Health Care’s school notified Metro colleagues will United Way him he would receive pledge forms from campaign. not receive a their facility’s United Way diploma at the campaign volunteers. “United Way mirrors end of his senior Payroll deductions begin in our mission of year of high January. For more healing, preaching school. information, visit and teaching,” said www.uwmidsouth.org Kim Hunter, However, one or contact campaign director of claims Above, Susan Stralka, administrator of United Way’s co-chairman Kim Hunter and risk manage- and CEO of Baptist Rehab- partner agencies at 901-227-6662 or ment for Baptist Germantown encourages runners in the third annual Gobble Wobble, provided a campaign co-chairwoman and co-chairman of which was held Sunday, Nov. 15, volunteer who Laurie Christensen at the United Way 2009 at the Germantown Athletic taught him 901-227-6685. campaign. “Giving Club. The run was a benefit for the neurological rehabilitation unit at the proper study to United Way is a hospital. habits through way we can directly sports activities, benefit our commu- Left, one young wobbler is a little upset after he gets left behind in the and the student was able to nity, as more than 90 percent of kids’ half-mile fun run at the Gobble succeed in school and garner the funds raised are given to needy Wobble 5K. attention of several colleges. This areas in the Mid-South.” is just one of many success (Continued on page 4) CALENDAR GuideStone Annuity Representative Schedule NEWS AND EVENTS B A P T I S T M E M O R I A L M E D I C A L G R O U P Dates and times are subject to change. Please contact your facility’s human resources office for information. Baptist colleagues can contact Ken Peavy at 901-226-3518 or e-mail Ken.Peavy@GuideStone.org, contact April Mollerberg Getting to know Spe c ia lt y – Internal medicine W h y d o yo u p ra c t i ce yo u r at 901-226-3516 or e-mail April.Mollerberg@GuideStone.org. Nov. 20 ......Baptist Golden Triangle Beneﬁts Fair Dec. 8 ...........................................Baptist Memphis Dr. Kristy Bryan s pec ia lty ? – I like to meet many different people and their loved Nov. 30 .........................................Baptist Memphis Dec. 9 ............................Baptist Women’s Hospital Baptist Memorial Medical ones, care for people Dec. 2 ...............................................................BCHS Dec. 10 ........................................Baptist Corporate Group is a new physicians who have been diag- Dec. 3 ...............................................Baptist DeSoto Dec. 14 .........................................Baptist Memphis group specializing in nosed with a chronic family and internal illness and educate Several Baptist Memorial hospitals will hold Thanksgiving chapel medicine. people on how to keep services during the month of November. Thanksgiving service dates are as follows: In each issue of themselves healthy. Leader, we will feature a W h a t ma d e y o u d ec i d e Baptist Golden Triangle.....Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 10:30 a.m. in the outpatient conference center profile on a different t o jo i n B MM G ? – Baptist Memphis.......................................Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 11:30 a.m. in the chapel BMMG physician. This With much prayer, I Kristy Bryan, M.D. week, Dr. Kristy Bryan, became convinced Baptist Rehab-Germantown.........Tuesday, Nov. 24, at noon. in the patient dining room an internal medicine this is where God NEA Baptist...................................................Tuesday, Nov. 24, time and location TBA physician and member of wanted me to serve. I enjoy the BMMG, discusses why she joined small town atmosphere with Baptist DeSoto.................................... Wednesday, Nov. 25, at 11:30 a.m. in the chapel the medical group. access to Baptist Memorial Na me – Kristy Bryan, M.D. Hospital-Collierville’s excep- B ap tist M e mor ia l H ospit al -Boon e vill e will hold a Lig h ting of th e tional patient care. C hr ist ma s Tr e e ch a pe l s er vic e on Thursday, Dec. 3, at 1:30 p.m. The Hom et own – Tullahoma, Tenn. Also, I am excited about the service will take place in the registration area of the hospital. Fa m ily – I am married and have Baptist Trinity hospice house two stepsons, Cole, 14, and being built directly behind the Christian, 11. hospital. It will be the first of its After more than a decade of darkness, Sh el by F ar ms Pa rk Educ a tion – I went to college at kind in the Memphis area. C ons e rv a nc y a nno un ce d th e 20 09 re tu rn of St ar ry N ig h ts, the Mid-South’s most spectacular drive-through holiday lights show. the University of Tennessee at W h a t is y o u r f a v o r i t e t h i n g a b o u t Chattanooga. I received my w orkin g w it h BM MG ? I love the The event will run from N ov . 2 7 th rou gh J a n . 2 at Shelby Farms and medical degree from UT chance to work with a great will feature dozens of enormous holiday displays illuminated with Memphis Health Science Center group of people in a growing more than a million environmentally friendly LED lights. and stayed here in Memphis for community hospital. Baptist Memorial Health Care is a Silver Star sponsor of the my residency in internal medi- cine at The Med and VA. Dr. Bryan is one of two physi- program, and Baptist colleagues will receive a $2 discount on admis- cians practicing at BMMG- sion by showing their badge at the gate. P r o f e s si o n a l O r g a n i z a t i o n s – I Collierville Internal Medicine, B ap t i s t w o u l d a l s o l ik e t o “ A d o p t a S t ar r y N ig h t , ” b y p r o v i d i n g am a member of the American located at 1500 West Poplar Ave., v o l u n t e e r s f o r o n e n i g h t o f t he h o l i d a y s ho w o n S u n d a y , D e c . 1 3 . College of Physicians, the Suite 202. The office’s number is Volunteers are needed to take tickets, direct traffic and work in the Christian Medical and Dental 901-861-9090. gift shop. Volunteers will receive a keepsake Starry Nights CD with Association and the Christian music from the show. Community Health Fellowship. Colleagues who would like to volunteer for this event should e-mail Baptist’s community involvement department at email@example.com or call 901-227-3528. BMHCC Helpline/Hotline 877-BMH-TIPS But God forbid that I should boast except in the cross If you have a question about legal or regulatory requirements, of our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom the world has suspect any violation of BMHCC Standards of Conduct, legal or regulatory requirements or suspect that anyone is committing been crucified to me, and I to the world. acts of patient abuse in any form, call 877-BMH-TIPS. Reports to Galatians 6:14 the hotline may be made anonymously. Calls are handled conﬁ- dentially to the extent allowed by law. Baptist does not tolerate retaliation for reports made in good faith. It is the policy of Baptist Memorial Health Care to admit and provide services to patients and guests without distinction due to race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, handicap or disability. Marilyn Dunavant is Baptist’s corporate compliance ofﬁcer. AROUND THE SYSTEM Baptist transitions Lauderdale County, we believe this transition is the best solution for and management services to more than 800 hospitals throughout the Taylor (Continued from page 1) Lauderdale hospital the community,” said Daryl Blalack, administrator of Baptist United States. In the past seven years, HMC Pennie England, a fellow respi- ratory therapist at Baptist Baptist Memorial Health Care is Lauderdale. “We are proud to have and now HMC/CAH has worked Lauderdale, has worked with in discussions about transitioning played such a crucial role in with more than 200 rural hospi- Taylor for eight years and said Baptist Lauderdale to HMC/CAH bringing high-quality health care tals, 150 of which have been Taylor is not at the hospital just to Consolidated Inc., experts in the to Lauderdale County.” Critical Access Hospitals. earn a paycheck. field of critical access hospitals. HMC/CAH was founded as an HMC/CAH’s engagements have industry consolidator of Critical “For 53 years, Fran has been a HMC/CAH plans to purchase included approximately 25 major Access Hospitals. As part of the wonderful part of the health care Baptist Lauderdale and as part of hospital replacement or expan- acquisition, HMC/CAH will replace community and has never hesi- the transition will develop a new sion projects. the current hospital building with a tated to help the community, replacement hospital. In 2007, HMC/CAH managed six new facility. patients and staff,” England said. “HMC/CAH approached us CAHs, two of which the company Since 1982, HMC/CAH and its In the past, when a new training about purchasing Baptist now owns. For more information on course was offered to the depart- Lauderdale, and because we are predecessor companies have HMC/CAH, visit www.hmccah.com. ment, Taylor was the first to sign up, committed to doing what’s best for provided consulting, development England added. “She would take the initiative to Baptist CFO elected Novation offers its customers contract development and executive officer of Baptist Memorial Health Care. enroll in these classes and not wait until someone told her she needed to VHA board management, supply chain data and meas- In his role as senior vice president and to take them or told her they were mandatory,” she said. Don Pounds, senior vice pres- urement, and industry chief financial officer, ident and chief financial officer knowledge and “Her yearly goals were always to Pounds is responsible for Baptist Memorial Health advocacy. improve her knowledge and to for all areas of finance Care, recently was elected to Based in Irving, for the Baptist system, help others improve, as well.” serve on the board of Novation Texas, Novation including treasury Even in her retirement, Taylor LLC. develops and manages management, external hopes to stay active in the hospital competitive contracts and internal reporting, by assisting in the cardiology clinic Novation is the leading health Don Pounds with more than 500 supply chain, reim- once a month when she is needed. care supply contracting company suppliers. In 2008, bursement, tax, for VHA, University HealthSystem VHA, UHC and Provista members revenue cycle and general She also plans to spend time Consortium and Provista LLC— used Novation contracts to accounting. visiting ill friends and acquain- national networks of purchase nearly $35.6 billion in tances, reading, crocheting, not-for-profit health care Since coming to Baptist in supplies. listening to Southern gospel music organizations that work together 1987, Pounds has served in a and spending time with her family, to save money, enhance clinical “With his extensive experi- variety of roles, starting as chief which includes her three daugh- performance, and identify and ence in finance, Don will lend financial officer at Baptist ters, seven grandchildren and 16 implement best practices to much expertise and insight to Memorial Hospital-Union great-grandchildren. improve operational efficiency Novation,” said Stephen C. County. and clinical outcomes. Reynolds, president and chief Although she is looking forward to her retirement, leaving Baptist and the health care field is not B A P T I S T M E M O R I A L H O S P I T A L - D E S O T O going to be an easy task for Taylor. Dr. Ross McQuivey speaks to a group of physi- cians and staff about safe birthing techniques at “Baptist has been good to me, the IHI meeting at Baptist DeSoto during the and I appreciate them putting up Institute of Healthcare Improvement conference, “Creating a Culture of Exceptional Deliveries,” with me for all these years,” she held at the hospital on Thursday, Nov. 5. joked. “I thank them for giving me a job that I love to do.” This was the first time the IHI was invited to a hospital to present to health care professionals on vacuum-assisted deliveries. Guest speakers from IHI included Sue Gullo, Dr. Randall Morgan and McQuivey. During the event, clinical staff got hands-on experience to increase confidence and skill with vacuum- Be thankful to Him, and assisted deliveries. The perinatal team at Baptist bless His name. DeSoto is promoting change and innovation in the culture of obstetric practice. PSALm 100:4 BCHS offers RN to BSN United Way achieve a healthy, optimal and independent lifestyle through program for busy students classes online, while at the same time providing a traditional classroom (Continued from page 1) various programs, and Hope House environment and support from other Baptist College of Health Sciences’ United Way collaborates with a Day Care Center, which improves classes. RN to BSN program is designed for broad range of civic-minded the quality of life for children and RNs with associate degrees or This format is ideal for students people and organizations to iden- families who are either infected or diplomas who are ready to take the who are apprehensive about online tify and resolve issues. affected by HIV. next step in their professional devel- programs but don’t have the time to Partners include schools, When you give to United Way, opment by completing a bachelor of attend a full campus-based program. government agencies, businesses, you are helping people become science in nursing degree. It also allows for greater flexibility in neighborhood associations and independent and responsible scheduling classes around day care, A bachelor’s degree in nursing will community development corpora- citizens. work and other responsibilities. open a variety of doors in manage- tions. Your gifts help parents and ment, leadership, teaching and The priority fall admissions dead- Colleagues can also direct their children have a better quality of special certification programs. line is March 1, 2010 and the final donation to a specific organization life and a brighter hope for the deadline is May 1. For more informa- BCHS’s unique blended model within their community. Some of future. You support children as tion, please contact Lissa Morgan, program is designed for the working the agencies Baptist supports they work to have the most manager of admissions, at adult. The format offers the inde- include Porter-Leath, which fulfilling life possible. 901-572-2441. pendence and flexibility of taking empowers children and families to LEADER’S CORNER The center is a catalyst for change Youths involved in United Way’s in the lives of these children and network of non-profit programs their families to facilitate positive, have a better quality of life and have lifelong changes. better grades, increased attendance at school, improved job readiness Colleagues who live outside of the and decreased delinquent behavior. Memphis area can designate your donation to remain within your Last year, Baptist colleagues county or chosen area by directing contributed more than $160,000 to your donation to the charity of your United Way, a 12.5 percent increase choice. over the previous year. For instance, a colleague who United Way’s network of non- Laurie Christensen, (left) staff attorney and co-chairwoman of Baptist’s United Way lives in Tipton County can donate to profit organizations has assisted campaign and Kim Hunter, (right) director of claims and risk management and the Tipton County Special Olympics, communities and families in so co-chairman of Baptist’s United Way campaign. which is supported by United Way many ways, it is important for us to Beginning Tuesday, Dec. 1, More than 90 percent of the and provides Special Olympics help in whatever way we can. Baptist colleagues will be able to donations collected during United programming for nearly 350 give back to those in need in the Way’s fundraising efforts go back to Even though times are hard, if we athletes and their coaches. In 2008, Mid-South through Baptist’s annual the community agencies that assist could just contribute a small United Way provided more than United Way campaign. those in need. Baptist supports the amount from each paycheck, it $3,000 to the Tipton County Special efforts of United Way, and we would add up in the end. For United Way of the Mid-South Olympics. encourage all of you to do what you instance, you could give the cost of a serves Fayette, Lauderdale, Shelby Colleagues living in the Coke per pay period and in a year, can to help in this fundraising and Tipton counties in Tennessee; Mississippi counties of DeSoto, Tate you would give $26. effort. Crittenden County in Arkansas; and and Tunica can direct their donation DeSoto, Tate and Tunica counties in While that may not seem like Through your donation, you can to a number of different services, Mississippi. The organization helps much, when a large group donates help the children and families who including the DeSoto County support and fund more than 200 $26 each, the contribution adds up, are striving to achieve a healthy, Foundation for Excellence in non-profit organizations across the and those in desperate need of help independent lifestyle through the Education Inc., House of Grace, Mid-South. can receive it. efforts of Porter-Leath or you can Search Dogs South, First Regional contribute funds to the Hope House Library or Heart’s Desire Please consider giving a donation Efforts made by United Way affect Day Care Center, which strives to Therapeutic Riding Center, all of to United Way during this year’s around 350,000 people in the Mid- which are agencies assisted by campaign, which runs from Dec. 1 South, including families, seniors, improve the quality of life for those United Way. to Dec. 11. children, youth and those with preschool-aged children affected by disabilities. the HIV virus. MORE NEWS AND EVENTS Baptist Trinity unveils children’s remembrance garden Baptist Trinity Center for Good Grief and Hospice part- nered with Memorial Park Funeral Home and other sponsors to create the first ever Children’s Remembrance Garden; the first planting event was held Saturday, Nov. 14, from 9 a.m. to noon at Memorial Park Funeral Home and Cemetery, 5668 Poplar Ave. “The garden gives kids an opportunity to come together with supportive people and remember loved ones who have passed away,” said Angela Hamblen, clinical director of Camp Good Grief programs for Baptist Trinity Center for Good Grief and Hospice. “This program will help children work through their grief.” The Children’s Remembrance Garden is sponsored by Memorial Park Funeral Home, Pugh’s Florist, Baptist Trinity’s Camp Good Grief and the Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation. Former Baptist Trinity Camp Good Grief campers Bria (left) and Jake (right) help out in Baptist Trinity’s first Children’s Remembrance Garden, located at Memorial Park Funeral Home and Cemetery, 5668 Poplar Ave. Dorothy Gerwin visits HealthNet offers the NICU at Baptist convenience to Baptist Women’s Hospital colleagues Dorothy Gerwin visits baby Georgia Shelby in the HealthNet Federal Credit Union, newborn intensive care unit at Baptist Memorial a benefit sponsored by Baptist Hospital for Women on July 29, 2009. Memorial Health Care since 1955, Baby Georgia was born 11 weeks early and has moved to suite 612 within the weighed less than three pounds. She spent five physicians office building at Baptist weeks in the NICU at Baptist Women’s Hospital and was released on Aug. 1. She is now almost Memorial Hospital-Memphis, 6025 five months old and weighs 10 pounds. Walnut Grove Rd. According to her mother, she is alert, smiling, aware of her surroundings and sleeping through Beginning Dec. 1, HealthNet will the night. run a 30-day promotion specifically Through a substantial contribution made by for Baptist colleagues. When you Gerwin and her husband in 1997, the Dan and open an account with HealthNet, the Dorothy Gerwin Neonatal Continuing Care Unit credit union will match your $25 was established to provide additional care to premature babies who spend time in the hospital’s deposit with a donation to the NICU. Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation’s fund to provide the first residential hospice in the Mid-South. B A P T I S T M E M O R I A L H O S P I T A L F O R W O M E N To qualify for the promotion Brenda Jenkins, RN, (left) and Kim you must be a current employee of Cox, RN, (right) attend a conference to become certified breast-feeding edu- Baptist Memorial Health Care, cators at Baptist Women’s Hospital. initiate a payroll deduction when The instructor was Sue Huddle, RN opening your account and maintain and internationally board-certified lac- tation consultant (center). an active account for six months. The promotion will run until To earn the certification, nurses had to Dec. 31. complete 16 hours of training and pass an exam at the end of the two-day HealthNet offers the convenience seminar, which was held at Baptist Women’s Hospital Nov. 10 through of payroll deduction, free checking Nov. 11. 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