Hospital Volunteer Spreads Cheer By Selling Popcorn

George Lilley chats with customer Sarah Finch at his popcorn machine at Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine. Photograph: Star-Telegram, Ian McVea After emergency surgery for a burst appendix, George Lilley woke up in a hospital on a Christmas Day feeling depressed and a little frightened. Suddenly, Santa Claus appeared in the doorway with a Christmas … Continue reading Hospital Volunteer Spreads Cheer By Selling Popcorn

Standardized patient program helps train future doctors with simulated scenarios

This is the first of two in a two-part series about the things that go on behind the scenes at Scott & White that help to improve patient safety and quality of care. A mother and her 8-month-old little boy sit impatiently in an exam room, waiting for someone to come in and assess the … Continue reading Standardized patient program helps train future doctors with simulated scenarios

Welcome to Scrubbing In®, a Blog by Baylor Scott & White Health

Do you have any friends or family in the medical field? A doctor or nurse that you typically seek advice from outside of your annual check-ups? Many of us often feel we get the “real story” from these acquaintances; casual inside information not everyone else is privy to. We corner them at parties, call them … Continue reading Welcome to Scrubbing In®, a Blog by Baylor Scott & White Health