Posts Tagged: nursing

From Patients to Family: Why Your Community Needs LPNs Like You

Carol S., Licensed Practical Nurse, UPMC Heritage Place

Every day, many of us move through life in our own little world. But do you ever stop to think about the people in your neighborhood who may be in need — the elderly, the homebound, the disabled, and others? For Carol S., Licensed Practical Nurse, these people are more than just names. She has… Read more »

Stop, Collaborate, and Care: Inside the Culture of UPMC Western Psychiatric

Header image of Jeremy W., Director of Clinical Services, UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital

For more than 60 years, UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital has been a national leader in providing best practice, research-based care and a broad array of innovative psychiatric and addiction services for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors at every stage of their recovery. Learn more about UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital. Passion for Patients For Jeremy W.,… Read more »

4 Things I Love About UPMC Altoona: My Care Changes Lives

Mandy Kosmann, Clinician at UPMC Altoona

If you have ever set foot into the medical world, then you have probably been impacted by the work of a nurse. All across the country, nurses are the caretakers, advocates, teachers, and friends who make caring happen. Come along with us as we open the doors to the world of nursing. What does it… Read more »