I’m genuinely looking forward to giving my patient safety lecture to the accomplished staff of Union Hospital in Dover, Ohio next Wednesday morning, October 19th. The Emily Jerry Foundation is extremely proud and honored to work with medical facilities across the nation like Union Hospital. They are recognized among the top 5% of around 5,000 short-term, acute-care hospitals in the United States and have received both the HealthGrades 2011 Patient Safety Excellence Award, as well as, the 2011 Emergency Medicine Excellence Award.
The Emily Jerry Foundation is determined to help make our nation’s, world renowned, medical facilities safer for everyone, beginning with our babies and children. We are accomplishing this very important objective by focusing on increasing public awareness of key patient safety related issues and identifying technology and best practices that are proven to minimize the “human error” component of medicine. Through our ongoing efforts The Emily Jerry Foundation is working hard to save lives every day.
Thank You So Very Much for Your Support! ~Chris Jerry
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Advocacy Heals U
Internet Radio Show Co-hosted by Joni Aldrich and Chris Jerry of the Emily Jerry Foundation
Through my work as an advocate, I never really knew the profound healing that would occur on a personal level, as Emily’s father. It’s this type of healing process that can occur, for anyone who has experienced or is going through a life-changing crisis, that cohost Joni Aldrich (www.jonialdrich.com) and I, discuss on our weekly show called ADVOCACY HEALS U. Please join us every Tuesday at 2:00pm EST and find out how to be an advocate for positive change and how it can, subsequently, heal and inspire you too! Over any web enabled device, you can listen to the show by either going to www.W4CS.com or www.W4WN.com. If you happen to miss a show it will be rebroadcast each Saturday at 3:00pm EST. All our shows are archived on iHeartRadio.com. Click on the button below to scroll through the archives.