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- From the Clinical Center to a disaster zone: Public Health Service professionals help after hurricanes hit in 2017
- Holiday spirit in the hospital: Gingerbread houses, Santa and festive decorations delight patients and staff
- Building 10 F Wing Renovation Achieves LEED Gold Certification
- NIH welcomes Acting Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Eric Hargan
- NIH celebrates those who provide patient support
- Former Astronaut talks patient safety – “It’s not rocket science”
- NIH Nurse Practitioners Week observed Nov. 12-18
- NIH needs your help to better understand complications of obesity, asthma, stomach cancer
- Nurses graduate year-long training program at the Clinical Center
- NIH Clinical Center CEO, retired Army major general, speaks at NIH Veterans Day celebration
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New pediatric observation unit enhances patient safety, care
The NIH Clinical Center leadership, staff and patients gathered to celebrate the opening of the new special pediatric observation unit in late 2017. The Pediatric Observation Unit is located in 1 NW and will provide additional support for patient safety in pediatric research.
CEO honors dedicated staff for 2017 accomplishments
Dr. James Gilman hosted the 2017 CEO awards for the Clinical Center Dec. 15 to recognize employees and contractors who by their leadership, achievements and high reliability mindset served as a beacon to their colleagues and brought the hospital closer to achieving its organizational mission and goals.
C.A.R.E. Channel provides relaxing imagery, music
Being a world class research hospital means continuously enhancing our world class environment of care. That now extends to offering specially designed, relaxing television programming called The C.A.R.E. Channel.
Life without a stomach: a patient’s perspective on preventative surgery, advancing stomach cancer research
A Maryland patient talks about his participation in an clinical trial at the NIH Clinical Center studying the effects of stomach removal for those who have an inherited risk of stomach cancer.
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