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Vania Baioni, a registered nurse with the Forensic Medical Unit (FMU) at Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center, is helping nurses in Brazil launch a much-needed medical specialty.
In October 2020, Adventist HealthCare broke ground on a five-story, 97,000 square foot medical office building at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, near Washington, D.C.
Finding peace in this life requires trusting blindly in our Higher Power—the One who sees the bigger picture, the One who has a better plan, the One who forms a brighter future.
by Washington Adventist University Staff
Washington Adventist University and Adventist HealthCare have renewed their long-held partnership toward enhancing education, training, and, ultimately, care for the community.
In her new role as vice president of Mission Integration and Spiritual Care at Adventist HealthCare, Roda hopes to use her meaningful nursing and pastoral experiences to help employees discover what healthcare and our mission means to each of them.
Our health systems find creative ways to engage their communities, but their mission remains the same: to treat the whole patient—mind, body and spirit
Story by Taashi Rowe/ Cover Photography by Paul Morigi/AP Images
Healing—It’s in Our DNA
Editorial by Dave Weigley, graphic from istock photos
An entity of the Columbia Union, Adventist HealthCare, is among 55 organizations to earn the award and was also recognized by officials for Montgomery County, Maryland. Story by Laura Cook
Newmyer to lead multiple hospitals for the Adventist Health system in Oregon.
Story by Diana Troese
Terry Forde, who has been with the organization since 2011, will lead Montgomery County’s largest healthcare provider.
Story by Tom Grant