By Editor on March 21, 2012
The availability of a new proprietary online learning portal to boost understanding and knowledge of interventional pain management procedures among clinicians and support staff has been announced by Kimberly-Clark Health Care. The portal was built to function as a central repository of educational information for clinicians to review and refresh clinical techniques.
By Editor on March 20, 2012
Sustainability is a key aspect of Verizon’s new strategy for delivering shareholder value and to cut CO2 intensity in half by 2020 as part its sustainability efforts. Aspects of the initiative include developing marketplace solutions to address social issues like health care and energy, and aligning the company’s philanthropic work with these issues to maximize community benefits.
By Editor on March 14, 2012
Medical errors and mistakes in delivery of care harm or kill patients while costing hospitals billions each year. “Learn How to Be Safe While Receiving Medical Care” is new safety education poster program delivering critical education information directly into the hands of patients and their families and requires no staff time or training.
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By Editor on March 12, 2012
Celebrating the start of new service from Atlanta’ Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Dallas-based Southwest Airlines is making available $150,000 in grants to six nonprofit organizations from across the State of Georgia.
Posted in Corporate Health, Featured | Tagged Atlanta' Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, charity, Georgia Center for Nonprofits, Health News Texas, LUV Grants for Good, non-profits, Southwest Airlines | Leave a response
By Editor on December 22, 2011
With a goal of making sure that Houston-area families in need will enjoy the holidays, Imperial Sugar Company recently made a donation of 45 cases of sugar, as well as cases of Steviacane®, to the San José Clinic.
By Editor on December 1, 2011
MediSend International, in a philanthropic partnership with ExxonMobil, is delivering a program to transform healthcare in Chad through education in biomedical technologies.
Posted in Corporate Health | Tagged Chad, Elisabeth Dahan Humanitarian Center, ExxonMobil, Health News Texas, Issakha Haroun, MediSend International, MediSend's Biomedical Repair Training Program, MediSend’s Mobile Biomedical Equipment Test and Repair Kit, Nick Hallack, Regional Doba Hospital, Robert Lanyon | Leave a response
By Editor on December 1, 2011
More than 100,000 dosages of anti-viral medication were delivered to the people of Tajikistan through the efforts of MediSend International and its partners, Marathon Oil Corporation and Project HOPE. The lifesaving medication, more than $8 million, was donated by Marathon.
Posted in Corporate Health | Tagged anti-viral medication, Dr. Brian Linder. Patricia Bacuros, global heathcare, Health News Texas, Lori Warrens, Marathon, medical, MediSend International, Nick Hallack, Partnership for Quality Medical Donations (PQMD), Project Hope, S, Tajikistan | Leave a response