Nurse embarks on mission to spend the holidays serving in West Africa

In this season of giving thanks, we remember to pause from our busy lives, take a breath and count our blessings. But one nurse is taking the spirit of thanksgiving even further — all the way to West Africa. Instead of spending the holiday season surrounded by family and the comforts of home, Jackie Gallegos, … Continue reading Nurse embarks on mission to spend the holidays serving in West Africa

Women in Medicine: How this female transplant surgeon inspires

In Women in Medicine, read stories of Baylor Scott & White physicians, leaders and employees who are paving the way for women in the field of medicine. As early as age 5, Tiffany Anthony, MD, knew she wanted to become a doctor. The personal impact of a pediatrician inspired her to pursue a career in medicine. … Continue reading Women in Medicine: How this female transplant surgeon inspires

Hand castings of critically ill patients provide comfort to families

Trish Rogers wants to make you smile. If you’ve ever encountered her at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, she’s often cracking jokes or telling stories. She has an infectious laugh that can be heard a room away, and you can’t help but laugh with her. One of her desk drawers is full of treats … Continue reading Hand castings of critically ill patients provide comfort to families

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