We could tell you what Spirit of Women can do for your hospital and your community. But we’d rather just have you see Spirit in Action.
Below is a quick selection of the latest news articles spotlighting our hospitals’ recent successes. Want to see more? Just ask, we love to share the successes of our hospitals.
August 24th, 2014 - SUN CITY – Mike Wissman was recently diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. He remains optimistic and, with his wife’s encouragement, the Glendale resident set out to obtain information about the disease.“My wife wants me around and wanted me to do something about it so…read more.
August 14th, 2014 - HATTIESBURG - The 2014-2015 Spirit Girls, a program sponsored by Forrest General’s Spirit of Women, held their first meeting on August 10 introducing 157 young ladies to the opportunities and fun offered by this…read more.
August 8th, 2014 - GREENSBURG – Karen Turner honored for extraordinary commitment to community service. Decatur County Memorial Hospital (DCMH) recently announced that Karen Turner, a devoted educator, volunteer and ovarian cancer survivor, has been chosen as a National Winner of the 2014 Spirit of Women Community Hero award in recognition of outstanding achievements in community service…read more.
July 22nd, 2014 - HATTIESBURG - Contestants in the annual Mississippi Miss Hospitality Pageant in Hattiesburg spent much of their third day in the Hub City Tuesday visiting patients and learning about the Spirit of Women Program at Forrest General Hospital…read more.
June 27th, 2014 - GREENSBURG -
The Health, Happiness and Chocolate Symposium is what launched the Spirit of Women in Decatur County in 2005, and it remains the network’s main annual event. Spirit Coordinator Annie Wilkison said Vice President of Patient Care Diane McKinney wanted to bring women’s health and education to…read more
June 14th, 2014 - WISCONSIN RAPIDS - It’s fun, it’s sassy, it’s educational — and it’s all for women. It’s Spirit of Women, a nationwide partnership of hospitals and health care systems that inspire health and wellness on a local level, primarily through..read more.
May 22, 2014 – ST. LOUIS - Most women don’t realize that heart disease is the greatest risk to their health, so several local and national campaigns aim to bring women together to talk about the issue…read more.
Earlier this year, Dr. Hoyte was featured in a news segment on Fox 13, highlighting his impressive background as a surgeon, author and inventor. Watch it now and you’ll see why we are thrilled to have Dr. Hoyte join us again at our next Pelvic Health Conference…watch the video now.