The After-Action Report for the power outage on Aug. 13 has been completed. In the report, sustainment and areas of opportunities are summarized, and we're pleased to report that several key items have already been resolved.
Some of the identified strengths included:
Some of the opportunities that were identified and have been resolved:
For more information or to discuss any concerns on the After-Action Report, please contact email@example.com.
John Dorsch, M.D., associate professor, Family and Community Medicine–Wichita, has been named a Health Care Hero by the Wichita Business Journal in the Health Care Educator category. Health care professionals are recognized yearly for going "above and beyond to contribute to a safer, healthier community." The Health Care Educators category is specifically for those who have made a "significant contribution to fostering interest in the health care field in others."
Mark your calendars for Miracle Jeans Day on Thursday, Sept. 11. This fundraiser, hosted by KU Medical Center's Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity, will benefit Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, which support KU Medical Center's pediatrics department. By making a donation, you can "dress casual" on Sept. 11. For those of you who are allowed to dress casual on Fridays, this will give you two casual days in a row!
Make a $5 donation and receive a Krispy Kreme doughnut. Make a $10 donation, and you can add a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts. For more information or to make a donation, click here. There will be four stations set up throughout campus where you can pick up your doughnuts or even sign up to participate. The stations will be at the following locations from 7 to 10 a.m.:
About Children's Miracle Network Hospitals
Children's Miracle Network Hospitals of Greater Kansas City has partnered with KU Medical Center's Department of Pediatrics for more than 27 years. Children's Miracle Network Hospitals treat children of every age, illness and injury regardless of a family's ability to pay. All funds raised stay locally to be applied to the areas of greatest need for KU Medical Center's pediatrics department. For more information, visit their website.
About Phi Delta Epsilon
Phi Delta Epsilon is an international medical fraternity and Children's Miracle Network Hospitals is their national philanthropy. On this campus, the fraternity is still shaping the organization into what they would like to become, with an eye towards educational benefits and national networking for medical students. For more information on the fraternity, visit their website or contact Jacob Smith.