The AHA has released a “We Are Hospitals” video that tells the story of the hospital and health care workers who care for their communities and keep them healthy, through the lens of employees at Meritus Health in Hagerstown, Md, Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, and UnityPoint Health—Grinnell (Iowa)…
America’s hospitals and health systems each year deliver 3.5 million babies, care for 32 million people admitted to hospitals, employ 6.3 million people, and provide emergency care to 123 million people, notes an AHA and American Organization for Nursing Leadership ad published May 8.
This week as we celebrate National Hospital Week (https://www.aha.org/ahia/get-involved/national-hospital-week) and National Nurses Week (https://www.aonl.org/about/nurses-week), it’s a perfect time for telling the hospital story.
AHA May 1 released a customizable video and other social media resources to help hospitals and health systems celebrate National Hospital Week.
During National Hospital Week, the AHA and its American Organization for Nursing Leadership are running ads thanking the 6.3 million dedicated women and men who have worked tirelessly and courageously at America’s hospitals and health systems to care for their communities during the pandemic.
It’s National Hospital Week — an annual event of seven days to recognize the 5,000 hospitals, health systems and networks, as well as the more than 6 million people, who provide care to individuals and communities.
Two of the simplest words also carry the most meaning: “thank you.”
AHA today released a customizable music video and other social media resources to help hospitals and communities celebrate May 8-14.
This National Hospital Week (NHW), the American Hospital Association (AHA) will follow the theme We Are Health Care — recognizing the women and men who work in American’s hospitals and health systems.
Archive, CHIWeek 2022, was a time to recognize & honor those working in partnership to improve the health and well-being of individuals & communities.