Flowers given to Tabby from Mr. White.

Patient Story: Extraordinary Nursing Care at APD

Nurse Tabitha made sure Tony White received the care he needed.

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Five Massage Myths

Learn more about five massage myths.

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Dr. Diane Riley receives her ultrasound guidance certification.

Alice Peck Day Orthopaedic Surgeon Recognized Nationally for Carpal Tunnel Procedure

Diane Riley, MD, is named a National Center of Excellence Physician for carpal tunnel release with ultrasound guidance.

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Oriana McNally

Patient Story: Swing Bed Care for a Traumatic Injury

Oriana McNally suffered a traumatic injury but found healing at APD.

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Active shooter training

Active Shooter Awareness Training

APD Employees learn what to do when they hear the code “active shooter.”

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Winning baked beans

Recipe of the Month - May

Looking for a new recipe? Try this baked bean dish.

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Sam Ogden, MD

The Befriending Benefit

Connectedness (the awareness that people care about them, their well-being, and success) has long-lasting benefits for kids of all ages.

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APD Hosts Lifesaving Classes for Employees across Campus

Even if you don’t work at a hospital, it’s important to know CPR or how to use an AED to save a life.

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What Is Craniosacral Massage Therapy?

Craniosacral massage therapy is typically hands-on bodywork on the skull, but Integrative Medicine at APD expands the technique to bring deep listening and gentle unwinding to a client’s entire body.

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Sean Beinhaur, RN (far left) was one of MacKenzie's nurses in the ED,

Patient Story: Finding an Answer at APD’s Emergency Department

Annie MacKenzie was very sick for three weeks. Until she went to Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Department.

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