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The Labor & Delivery team kept busy with newborns on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital.
Photo Gallery: Staff members provide care through holidays
Santa Claus wasn’t the only person scheduled to work on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
In a hospital that never sleeps, babies need to be delivered, emergency treatment needs to be provided, food needs to be served, rooms need to be cleaned, and countless unseen services need to be provided to ensure everything runs smoothly, every day of the year.
On behalf of all the patients who are receiving care this week, MultiCare's Media & Web Team wanted to say thank you for your dedication.
Scroll down for a gallery of photos of staff members.
Or send us your own photos of employees at work this week. Email them to email@example.com.Krystal Newman, RN, left, and Janice Kansinger-Bayeur, Health Unit Coordinator, in the Mary Bridge Med-Surg Unit.
Paula Schweich, MD, Karen Armour, RN, and Maria Cleary, ESR, from left, in the Emergency Department and Mary Bridge Children's Hospital.Santa visits the Patient Access Techs in the Emergency Departments at Tacoma General Hospital and Mary Bridge Children's Hospital.Saundra McKinney, left, and Kathleen Anderson in Cafe Connect at Tacoma General and Mary Bridge.Kerry Watrin, MD, Program Director for Tacoma Family Medicine, plays Santa at Tacoma General Hospital.Volunteer John Leary helped patients as they were discharged in time to go home for Christmas.
Posted on Dec 25, 2012 in MultiCare Profiles