Carroll Hospital’s mission is to be the heart of health care in our communities. Meet Jordan Trumpower, registered nurse health navigator, and learn why she enjoys working at Carroll Hospital:
On this week’s Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Michele DiGate, manager of retail sales and special events, discussed The White Rabbit Thrift Shop, a retail location operated by the Carroll Hospital Auxiliary.
Listen to the Carroll Hospital Health Chat live every Tuesday morning at 8:30 a.m. on WTTR AM 1470/FM 102.3!
Registered nurse Julie Lubman has worked at Carroll Hospital for a decade. “I love working here because of the friendly and welcoming atmosphere,” she says. “The people that I work with are amazing, and I consider them to be my work family. I haven’t found this exceptional level of teamwork and camaraderie at any other hospital that I have worked at previously.”
During my sophomore year at Winters Mill High School, I’d heard about the opportunity to become a junior volunteer at Carroll Hospital. At first glance, I assumed that volunteer work would focus around nursing and other work typically done in the health care field. This assumption was very far off.
With the need for more specialized and coordinated care for hospitalized patients today, hospitalists and intensivists are changing the way patients are cared for in the hospital setting. Mark Olszyk, M.D., vice president of medical affairs and chief medical officer, explains how these providers coordinate your care at the hospital.