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US Army - Kansas and Missouri Regions is Hiring Nurses

As a member of the Army Nurse Corps, you’ll be given opportunities of a lifetime! Your role as an Army Officer will afford you the chance to care for your patients in a variety of settings. Army Nurses have autonomy to practice nursing in a way that is unmatched by civilian health care facilities. Your professional judgment will be the driving force behind leading your nursing team to provide full spectrum patient care.

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US Army - Kansas and Missouri Regions is Hiring

As a member of the Army Nurse Corps, you’ll be given opportunities of a lifetime! Your role as an Army Officer will afford you the chance to care for your patients in a variety of settings. Army Nurses have autonomy to practice nursing in a way that is unmatched by civilian health care facilities. Your professional judgment will be the driving force behind leading your nursing team to provide full spectrum patient care.

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Nursing Department Improves Quality and Patient Satisfaction With Culture Change

In 1998, The University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, KS, was faced with a patient satisfaction rate in the fifth percentile, turnover rates that were through the roof, and the reality of an organization that was losing market share.

As part of the organization’s strategy to turn the hospital around, nursing set out to change the culture of the department. A renewed commitment to quality improvement, nursing excellence, and staff engagement—along with a six-part strategic plan—effected culture change that transformed the organization. Since 1998, the hospital has seen a 60% decrease in turnover, a 65% increase in inpatient admissions, and more than 200% increase in revenue.

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US Army - Kansas and Missouri Regions is Hiring Nurses

As a member of the Army Nurse Corps, you’ll be given opportunities of a lifetime! Your role as an Army Officer will afford you the chance to care for your patients in a variety of settings. Army Nurses have autonomy to practice nursing in a way that is unmatched by civilian health care facilities. Your professional judgment will be the driving force behind leading your nursing team to provide full spectrum patient care.

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Kansas Association of Nursing Students Annual Convention

If you’re planning on attending the Kansas Association of Nursing Students 56th Annual Convention, October 15-16, 2009 at the Marriott in Wichita. Please stop by to learn more about these clients!

Army - Kansas and Missouri Regions

As a member of the Army Nurse Corps, you’ll be given opportunities of a lifetime! Your role as an Army Officer will afford you the chance to care for your patients in a variety of settings. Army Nurses have autonomy to practice nursing in a way that is unmatched by civilian health care facilities. Your professional judgment will be the driving force behind leading your nursing team to provide full spectrum patient care.

The Army Nurse Corps believes in a holistic nursing philosophy. You’ll identify and organize multi-disciplinary resources for patients and their families to help them with inpatient, outpatient and home care. You’ll be able to understand the special concerns and needs of your Soldier patients because you’re also a Soldier, which allows you to better serve them. Identifying with your fellow Soldiers is essential to providing effective health care.

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US Army - Kansas and Missouri Regions is Hiring Nurses

As a member of the Army Nurse Corps, you’ll be given opportunities of a lifetime! Your role as an Army Officer will afford you the chance to care for your patients in a variety of settings. Army Nurses have autonomy to practice nursing in a way that is unmatched by civilian health care facilities. Your professional judgment will be the driving force behind leading your nursing team to provide full spectrum patient care.

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US Army - Kansas and Missouri Regions is Hiring Nurses

As a member of the Army Nurse Corps, you’ll be given opportunities of a lifetime! Your role as an Army Officer will afford you the chance to care for your patients in a variety of settings. Army Nurses have autonomy to practice nursing in a way that is unmatched by civilian health care facilities. Your professional judgment will be the driving force behind leading your nursing team to provide full spectrum patient care.

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Physicians raise $2M for University of Kansas Hospital heart-program endowment

Cardiologists and heart surgeons at The University of Kansas Hospital have raised more than $2 million to start an endowment for the hospital’s heart program.

In a Monday release, the hospital said the physicians think the endowment will increase to $10 million with additional philanthropic support from patients and the community. Physicians at the hospital-owned practices of Mid-America Cardiology (MAC) and MidAmerica Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons (MATCS) pledged $2.125 million combined during 10 years to establish the endowment, “designed to maintain the program’s leadership in the area,” the release said.

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US Army - Kansas and Missouri Regions is Hiring Nurses

As a member of the Army Nurse Corps, you’ll be given opportunities of a lifetime! Your role as an Army Officer will afford you the chance to care for your patients in a variety of settings. Army Nurses have autonomy to practice nursing in a way that is unmatched by civilian health care facilities. Your professional judgment will be the driving force behind leading your nursing team to provide full spectrum patient care.

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Hays Medical Center to partner with CHO

LARNED - Some very good news was announced at a town hall meeting Tuesday night in Larned, but for it to become just about a total “win/win,” voters need to approve a one-cent sales tax next Tuesday.

Hays Medical Center, of Hays, has agreed to partner with the Pawnee County Community Health Organization toward solving the health-care crisis here. Tuesday’s election, seeking approval of a one-cent hike in the Pawnee County sales tax, would raise about $700,000 per year toward that aim.

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