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Creating lasting memories for Memorial Day can be a meaningful and enjoyable experience.  Here are a few ideas to help you make the most of the upcoming holiday. Honor and Remember Visit a Cemetery or Memorial – Pay your respects to fallen soldiers by visiting a local cemetery or war memorial.  Many communities have events or ceremonies to honor veterans. Create a Tribute – Make a scrapbook or photo album dedicated to family members or friends who have served in the military.  You can include stories, pictures and mementos that continue the legacy of your connections. Family Activities Family Picnic – Organize a picnic at

Choosing a career path in the medical field can be both exciting and daunting. Here are some helpful tips to consider: **Self-Assessment**: Take time to assess your interests, strengths, and values. Consider what aspects of healthcare you are passionate about and what type of work environment you thrive in. **Research**: Explore the various career options within the medical field. Research different specialties, roles, and educational requirements. Look into job outlooks, salary ranges, and potential advancement opportunities. **Gain Experience**: Seek out opportunities to gain firsthand experience in the medical field. This could include volunteering at hospitals or clinics, shadowing healthcare professionals, or participating in

As the flowers begin to bloom alerting us to spring, in the medical field, the concept of "spring renewal" can encompass several aspects. **Research and Development**: Spring often signifies new beginnings, and in the medical field, this can translate to renewed efforts in research and development. Pharmaceutical companies, research institutions, and universities may be initiating new projects, clinical trials, or collaborations aimed at advancing medical knowledge and finding innovative treatments for various diseases. **Healthcare Initiatives**: Spring can also bring about renewed efforts in healthcare initiatives, such as public health campaigns, vaccination drives, or community outreach programs. As the weather warms up, there

February is heart health awareness month. Information is provided with the focus of assisting the public to understand and be aware of how to take better care of their heart health. A few basic tips from the experts: Eat more veggies Weight management Exercise Maintain lower blood pressure Regular check-ups with your doctor, etc…. In the medical profession we educate our patients about heart health and share the consequences of ignoring symptoms. Let us further investigate the emotional side of heart health. Are we listening to the beat of our own heart? So often we find ourselves in situations that are not best for our heart health physically

Scheduling changes with the fall season can be a bit challenging as the days get shorter and the weather may fluctuate. However, there are several tips you can follow to make the transition smoother and more productive: 1.  Adjust your sleep schedule As daylight decreases, consider adjusting your sleep schedule to align with the natural daylight hours. Try to wake up and go to bed earlier to make the most of the available daylight. 2.  Plan around daylight. Take advantage of the daylight hours for outdoor activities and exercise. Plan your day to maximize outdoor time during the daylight to boost your mood and energy levels. 3.  Use Artificial

What if you could create and design your daily life to have extra time for personal growth, self-care, family time, and building your career? Does this sound impossible? Here are a few thoughts to share when you are strategically planning your career in the medical field. What a staffing service can provide and why you should consider exploring this opportunity. One of the greatest challenges people in our industry face is self-care. The focus when we step through the doors of the facility or hospital when we begin our shift is patient care. Providing the best quality of service possible. When we end

Announcing February's Winner of the Monarch Award We are committed to acknowledging our staff and medical team members that make a difference serving facilities and hospitals with excellent patient care by offering the Monarch Award. Once a month we will hold a drawing to select a monthly winner for a $50.00 Gift Certificate. Names can be submitted to SOS Healthcare Staffing to be entered in the drawing throughout the month. Earn Performance Points Every Month You can earn points for perfect performance for the following: Attendance Being on time for every shift Covering an extra shift Providing the best patient experience Receiving kudos

Announcing the Monarch Award We are committed to acknowledging our staff and medical team members that make a difference serving facilities and hospitals with excellent patient care by offering the Monarch Award. Once a month we will hold a drawing to select a monthly winner for a $50.00 Gift Certificate. Names can be submitted to SOS Healthcare Staffing to be entered in the drawing through out the month. Earn Performance Points Every Month You can earn points for perfect performance for the following: Attendance Being on time for every shift Covering an extra shift Providing the best patient experience Receiving kudos while on your assignment

When it comes to working on self-care, all of us have different blind spots. These are basically aspects of our ourselves that aren’t fully aware of. It could be personality traits, feelings, or actions. These blind spots can really hamper our self-care efforts. That is why it is so important to become fully aware of them. Here, we’ll look at some of the most common blind spots you may discover when working on self-care. You avoid conflict A lot of people hate conflict, but sometimes it is needed to resolve situations. If you tend to avoid conflict, it means you’ll often do or

Our congratulations and heartfelt wishes to all of the Certified Nurses Assistants who have helped all of us survive the last 2 years. This year, CNA Week 2022 is from June 16 to June 22. With the theme of “I’m Still Standing,” we encourage everyone to celebrate, recognize, and pay their respects to the incredible work that the nearly 1 million-strong contingent of frontline heroes does everyday for elders and people with disabilities. The last two years mark an powerful moment in history for CNAs, who have had an incredibly positive impact on older adults and those who work in and manage