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COVID care goals continue at Antelope Memorial Hospital

 

February 25, 2021

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Quality care • Employees from each of Antelope Memorial Hospital's departments continue to work closely together to provide quality health care to their patients, despite COVID challenges. Employees include (front row, l-r): Alexis Jensen, Marsha Schilousky, Danielle Mortensen, Rhonda Meyer, Danielle Van Buren, Sydney Schlenger; Jessica Niewohner; (back row, l-r): Karen Dietz, Savannah Henn, Diane Carpenter, Jane Thieman, Linda Carnes, Melodie Funk, Katie Sonnenfelt, Amanda Wolff, APRN, Kristen Kester, Dr. Troy Dawson, Connie Farmer, JoAnn Penne, Jan Heithoff, Lindsay Ottis, Heather Dawson, Bentley Hingst and Jesse Mitchell. A focus on the details is prioritized to enhance the patient experience while safely delivering quality health care.

"We truly supported each other throughout the height of COVID-19 challenges here at Antelope Memorial Hospital," said Marvi Pruden, RN and nursing supervisor. "Everyone was wonderful about coming in as needed and talking through it – laughing through it. This was especially true when we had a high COVID census. It also included when COVID illness caused issues for AMH employees, their families and/or their children's schools/daycares."

To help ensure the safety of AMH's employees and patients, a special COVID team began meeting each week. The team consisted of staff members from administr...



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