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Amazing, uplifting things happen at Mercy Medical Center and MercyCare clinics every day. These moments of inspiration embody our promise of compassionate people delivering exceptional care ... that’s The Mercy Touch®. Here are just a few stories of Mercy caregivers who live our mission in extraordinary ways. These are the Faces of Mercy ...
A patient was hesitant about receiving a peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) line. After reviewing information and taking the morning to think about it, he decided a PICC was the best way to help his body receive medication, but his nerves about the procedure were still getting the best of him. When Angie Getty, RN, arrived to start the PICC line, she could tell he was uneasy. Read more.
The day before Thanksgiving 2014 is a day Intensive Care Center (ICC) Nurse and Shift Supervisor Jennifer Somerville, RN, MSN, Nurse Clinician V, will never forget. In her care that morning was an elderly woman with a raging infection and, unfortunately, a grim prognosis. Read more.
When Sissy the Schnauzer walked through the automatic doors of Mercy’s 10th Street Entrance in the early morning hours of February 7, 2015, she turned out to be a bit of a secret shopper, hopeful about finding good customer service and a way to carry out her presumed mission. Read more.