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Patient transporters recognized 2013

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Members of MUSC’s inpatient transport team gather to celebrate National Patient Transport Week, Nov. 3 to 9. Photo by Tyler Nance

MUSC medical center and the National Association of Healthcare Transport Management recognizes National Patient Transport Week, Nov. 3 to 9.

As the hardworking “feet” of Rutledge Tower, Children’s Hospital, University Hospital, Clinical Sciences Building, Hollings Cancer Center and the Ashley River Tower, the internal hospital patient transporters move approximately 120,000 patients a year and support patient transport services seven days a week.

Tyler Nance, Business Operations & Support Services manager, works closely with the 37-member team. “Each one is a pivotal member of the patient care team and support patient flow at MUSC. I truly hope everyone will join me in recognizing and celebrating their tireless efforts to provide great patient care, day in and day out.”

Members of the Patient Transport Services Department team include Nairobi Alston, Joan Ancrum, Michael Andaya, Lavonnia Bennett, Stevie Betros, Bernard Brown, Sheila Bryant, Jimmy Bowman, Michael Buckingham, Glennie Davis, Georgina Dukes, Bryce Ferry, Teana Franklin, Tony Gentry, Darren Gordon, Barry  Green, Paulette Green, Brennan Grooms, Zach Halewood, Reggie Harney, Carolyn Jamison, Millie Jenkins, Felecia Jones,  Will Kirkland, Leandra Neal,  Deborah Mitchell, Marquita Mungin, Lance Orechevosky, Clara Phillips, Lee Russ, Phillip Sewell, Josiah Smalls, Fletcher Springer, Sam Williams, Daniel Williams and Steven White.

For information call 876-0411.

November 1, 2013
 
 
 

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