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 Spring 2012

Spring 12 Right On Target TOCRight On Target - Robotic-assisted thoracic surgery hits the mark

 A Better, Healthier Future

 Spring 2011 Turner HSFor many of us, the new year is a time to reflect on the year that’s passed and look forward to the year ahead, planning what we can do to make it better.   The same holds true for Atrium Medical Center, with one difference: We’re looking forward and working toward a better, healthier future all year long.

A good example of this is our work in clinical trials. The article on page 4 explains how important they are not only to the future of cancer care, but also to the patients who are battling it now. And being able to have access to these options close to home and family is a major advantage in the fight toward recovery.

Our Electrophysiology (EP) Lab services are another example. With this precise imaging technology, our physicians can diagnose and treat certain heart conditions in ways never before possible. And as you’ll read on page 6, thanks to this technology, a young mother in Trenton can now enjoy the quality of life she deserves.

While we clearly are here to provide the best possible health care to the communities we serve, there’s an additional aspect of our dedication to our patients that’s just as important — our commitment to treating every person who walks through our doors with the respect and compassion we expect for our own families.

No one can be sure what the new year will bring, but I can promise this: At Atrium Medical Center, we will uphold our values, serve with integrity and carry out our mission of building healthier communities every day of the year.

Sincerely,
Carol J. Turner, FACHE
President and CEO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 12 Rapid Response TOCRapid Response - Enhancements shorten Emergency wait times
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