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We’re Hiring! “Nurse Notes.” Webisode 3

“Nurse Notes” is a new feature on our blog that showcases outstanding LMC nurses and highlights job opportunities in nursing at our hospital.

LMC is hiring nurses with at least one year of experience in Med/Surg, Critical Care and Labor & Delivery to work night shifts with a $2,500 signing bonus. Apply online by clicking here.

Cindy Arneson is a Labor & Delivery nurse and recipient of the LMC Gold award for excellence in nursing. In this video, she talks about what it’s like to be with a family as they welcome a new baby.

Cindy is recognized by her peers for sustaining her knowledge base through research and studying trends in her specialty. Certified in inpatient obstetrics she uses her more than two decades of experience to prioritize, organize and facilitate care for patients. Thanks for everything you do for our patients, Cindy!

We’re Hiring! “Nurse Notes.” Webisode 2

“Nurse Notes” is a new feature on our blog that showcases outstanding LMC nurses and highlights job opportunities in nursing at our hospital.

LMC is hiring nurses with at least one year of experience in Med/Surg, Critical Care and Labor & Delivery to work night shifts with a $2,500 signing bonus. Learn more and apply online by clicking here.

Michelle Gilland is a critical care nurse and recipient of the 2014 Palmetto Gold award for excellence in nursing. Her peers say she excels with patient and family engagement, routinely demonstrating a professional and holistic approach to understanding some of life’s most difficult decisions. Currently working on her master’s degree, she is certified in advanced stroke life support and critical care nursing. She also serves as an American Association of Critical-Care Nurses ambassador.

Meet her in this video.

Dr. Melanie Seybt Answers Questions about Thyroid Disease

This week, Dr. Melanie Seybt of Lexington ENT & Allergy was a guest on WIS-TV with news anchor Dawndy Mercer Plank to talk about thyroid disease.

In Part One of her guest appearance, she talked about the prevalence of thyroid disease and why it affects so many women. You can heard what she said in the link below.

In Part 2, she answered viewers’ social media questions about thyroid disease.

Want to know more? Dr. Seybt will give a FREE lecture called “Advances in Surgical Management of Thyroid Disease” on Monday, April 28 in the Lexington Medical Park 1 Auditorium on the hospital campus. The lecture is free and open to the public. Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask the doctor questions.