May 2016 News Highlights From Nutex Health

Advance ER just rolled out an Employee of  the Month award to acknowledge one employee at each of their locations who is going above and beyond and exemplifying the five star service we strive for every day.  They nominated and honored their first two EOM’s during the month of May. For their Galleria Area location their first employee of the month was their Front Desk Lead – Ashley Pressey. For their Park Cities location their employee of the month was their Lead  Radiology Technologist Stephen Surrey. These Team Members were recognized and nominated by their peers for delivering Five Star Service in one or more of five categories (Teamwork, Peer/Patient Education, Integrity, Patient/Customer/Staff Care and Empathy). Advance ER is seeing more and more patient referrals and positive reviews daily which they are very grateful for. They want everyone to leave having had a positive experience. One recent review during the month of May was from their patient Liz stating: “This was the easiest ER visit I have ever had. Everyone was so nice and very pleasant to deal with, which is so important when you don’t feel well. I was in and out in no time at all. I had clear instructions and even received a call the following day to check how I was doing. I highly recommend this Advance ER location. They’ll even send you a thank you card the following week.”

We are continuing to grow and improve daily as Advance ER strives to provide each patient with the absolute best ER experience possible!

To commemorate their opening, Kyle ER hosted a family-friendly Grand Opening Celebration on Saturday, May 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. at their facility.

The Grand Opening Celebration had excellent attendance despite the rainy afternoon. Guests enjoyed a petting zoo provided by Ma’s Mini Pigs Farm & Rescue, hors d’oeuvres catered by Bailey’s Burgers, music generously donated by Wesley Steck at JB Goodwin Realtors, and tours of emergency response vehicles provided by Acadian Ambulance and City of Kyle Fire Department and EMS.  Kyle ER offered children’s games, face painting, arts and crafts, a cakewalk, and several door prizes for all ages to enjoy.

Kyle ER offers around the clock concierge-level, quality emergency care – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Day or night, their team of experienced certified emergency physicians, registered nurses, and technologists are there to make sure you get the necessary care you need quickly and compassionately.  Utilizing state-of-the-art-equipment of a modern hospital, including CT scanner, digital radiology, and bedside ultrasound, Kyle ER has all your emergency needs covered right in your own neighborhood.

STAT Emergency Center of Laredo proudly announces that once again, they received exceptional survey results from their South location during their recent inspection completed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. STAT Emergency Center-South received a 100 percent overall rating with zero deficiencies. The state agency surveyed clinical, radiology, lab pharmacy, medical records, administration, physician files, patient surveys, and all other operational protocols. It is an unprecedented achievement, and it was highly noted by the State department inspector that our organization received this remarkable rating twice. This is truly an outstanding accomplishment for STAT Emergency Center because this is a rare occurrence for any Emergency Room facility to receive perfect scores, let alone receive a 100 percent rating twice. STAT North received 100% compliance with zero deficiencies back in December 2015.

Grace Padron, Director of Operations, made the official announcement on the high ratings and would like to recognize the following staff members: Krisdian Uribe – Facility Administrator, Melissa Gonzalez – Assistant Administrator, Veronica Aguilar – Director of Nursing, Juan Ortiz – ER Manager, Jesse Silva – Director of Radiology, Javier Solis Jr. – Director of Marketing and Sebastian T. Padron, MD – Medical Director; as well as our ER physician staff, registration clerks, clinical and environmental service staff for their hard work and due diligence.

Golden Triangle Emergency Center Updates

Golden Triangle Emergency Center celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week by making goodie bags for all of the Elementary school teachers and including a note for them to use GTEC as a field trip to learn about what to do in the event of an emergency and about healthy living.

They had two field trips to the facility! The first group came to PA with 116 kids split into 5 groups where they learned about: hand washing, x-ray, CT ultrasound and EKG, as well as what to do in the event of an emergency from Dr. Bishop and finally how your body digests food and what to eat from Stufie (The children’s Museum of Beaumont’s mascot). The second group came to Orange and learned about many of the same things.

They celebrated Nurses Week by buying the full time employees lunch kits and cups as well as one meal for each of the shifts.

They hosted two Health Fair’s – GTEC PA May 7th & GTEC Orange May 14th where they had air rescue, SWAT, the local fire department and a number of local businesses. They were doing physicals and had face painting, a bounce house and food there as well.

Two of their employees graduated college: Jacie Smith with a Bachelors of Science in Speech and Hearing, and Karley Goetschious with a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice.

Their staff celebrated Red Nose Day by wearing the noses!

Angela Webb, their director of nursing, went on KDFM News @ Noon to talk about their occupational medicine program. Way to go, Angela!

Lufkin ER awarded a soon-to-be medical student with a scholarship. Her name is Ty’Neka Moore and she is a 2016 graduate of Lufkin High School.

They sponsored the Anderson Elementary Battle for the Books run and over 8k was raised for students to get new library books.

To add on to their community involvement, they awarded the fallen Police Officers families of Angelina County at the Memorial Downtown Lufkin with a daily devotional book about grieving over loved ones.

Lufkin ER sponsored the Diboll “Sun”sational Run to help benefit the Diboll PTSA and went around to all of the Police and EMS stations and gave them cookies for their service and commitment to keeping our community safe.

They also hosted a Benefit Barbeque for a local Lufkinite, Brent Slaton, who has been diagnosed with a rare disease and raised over 7k to help go towards a stem cell transplant. They sold an amazing total of 1000 barbeque plates!

They hosted a Mother and Me Day at the ER for moms and their children to learn the operations of the ER, CPR, Child Seat Safety and proper hand washing techniques.

Last, but not least, they were a huge sponsor in the Kiwanis golf tournament and had a team in the tournament.

Texarkana Emergency Center and TXK Today

TXK Today tagged along with Texarkana Emergency Center and members of City Council from both sides of State Line as they delivered snacks and sandwiches to local Police, Fire, and EMS for national police week and national EMS week.

Check it out!