Each morning, team members across the Bon Secours Mercy Health network join together to pause, connect, and reflect. During these short “PAUSE” sessions, guest speakers discuss topics such as human dignity, thankfulness, safety, and humility. This Monday, Onsite’s very own Dr. Sue Miller joined the live stream to share a bit about her story and
The heartbreaking events of recent weeks have been strong reminders of the inequality that still exists in our nation to this day. The senseless deaths of African Americans, including George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbrey, and many others, highlight a problem that has gone unacknowledged for too long. Racism in all its forms—structural, systemic, institutional,
With our country in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it has never been more important to evaluate the health and safety of our nation’s hospitals. The Leapfrog Group, a healthcare watchdog organization, recently released their annual Spring Hospital Safety Grades.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had wide-reaching effects on everything from the global economy, to your local health system, and our day-to-day routines. With many US states mandating people stay at home and practice social distancing, it can easily feel like our lives have been turned upside down. All this change, combined with fear about the
There are several factors that can create complications during pregnancy and birth. Until now, much of the focus has been on how a mother’s health affects the health of her baby. However, new research suggests that the health of the father may also be key to improving outcomes for mom and baby. A study of
Each day we are learning more about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the threat it may pose to different segments of our population. Our clinical leaders and hospital partners across the country are actively working to put measures in place to protect pregnant mothers and their newborn infants. So how does this disease affect our
Onsite Neonatal is now hiring skilled and compassionate neonatologists for incredible opportunities in the beautiful Southeast! Our neonatologists enjoy challenging and rewarding positions that provide true work-life balance so there is always time for your friends, family, and loved ones. We also provide all of our full-time team members with competitive salaries, flexible paid time
It takes a special kind of person to work in neonatology. Like any physician or provider, a neonatologist must possess incredible knowledge and skill to care for their patients. But when your patients are fragile and vulnerable newborns, you need even more than training and education – you need heart. Doctors with heart say things