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One of our favorite moments this summer 😍
Watch: Brett Keisel helps kids from @childrenspgh of Pittsburgh escape the hustle and bustle of the everyday world.
Renee Lendyak was recently granted the “Everyday People Achievement Award” for her work in addiction medicine. As a Peer Specialist, she inspires her patients through their recovery journey by sharing her personal story.
“I notice that when passengers get off, they say, ‘This is the most pleasant part of my day.” For many UPMC staffers, there’s a short respite in between the stress of the commute and the hustle and bustle of the workday — the quick Employee Transit shuttle from an offsite parking garage to the hospital doors.
🙌 Congrats! Double lung transplant recipient Craig recently married Melinda. His surgeon was honored to attend the wedding.
UPMC Mercy recently hosted a "Wheelchair Wash," giving wheelchair users the opportunity for a cleaning, tune-up and safety evaluation.
👶 alert! This week, UPMC Chautauqua welcomed its first baby born at the new Women’s and Maternity Care Center.
We ❤️ our superheroes! Bruce was recognized as “Superhero of the Day” for making a great catch and keeping his patient safe from harm.
“The doctors healed my burns, but camp healed my heart!” Children treated at the UPMC Mercy Burn Center recently embarked on a summertime camp adventure for an experience designed specifically for kids who've had a burn injury.
UPMC nurse Mary Desin passed away unexpectedly at age 58, but after a lifetime of providing patient care, she decided to continue saving lives through donation. Hospital staff gathered to honor her as she was wheeled into the operating room.
In the past, Thomas Willoughby and his dad Mark have celebrated #FathersDay by exchanging cards. This year they’re looking at the occasion with a different set of eyes after Thomas saved his dad’s life by donating a portion of his liver.
“I got a job within 3 months in the United States. Can you imagine?” Today, Mustafi Ali works in the HR department at UPMC. Four years ago, the Iraq native's life looked totally different. Click the link in bio to read his inspirational immigration story that brought him to UPMC.
Who says training can’t be fun? Congratulations to team “Sepsis Savages” for winning this year’s escape room-themed nurse training competency.
Congrats, grads! 🎉 Project SEARCH, a program that helps individuals with disabilities gain real work experience, hosted a graduation celebration for students working at UPMC Passavant.
😍 Baby Emery Greene was named after the doctors who treated her.