We Together: A Communication of Stormont Vail Health (Dec 12)
Dear Community Partners,
Here are today’s updates:
- Walk with Dr. Clif Jones this Saturday
- Paula Sanders Selected for 2024 Leadership Topeka
- Stormont Vail Programs Focus on Injury Prevention
Walk with Dr. Clif Jones this Saturday
What is the difference between a fungal and bacterial infection? Are disinfecting wipes enough to keep you and your family safe? Get answers to these questions and more at our upcoming Walk with a Doc. Join Dr. Clif Jones, infectious disease specialist and Vice President of Specialty Care, this Saturday, Dec. 16, at 9 a.m. on the east side of Lee Arena at Washburn University.
You don’t need to register for this free event, just come ready to walk with warm clothes and with lots of questions. We will move the walk inside if the weather is too cold, rainy or snowy.
Paula Sanders Selected for 2024 Leadership Topeka
Congratulations to Paula Sanders, Director, Magnet and Clinical Excellence, for being named to the 2024 Leadership Greater Topeka class. Paula will join 35 other community members in this leadership program to increase their capacity to lead as they learn about challenges facing Topeka and Shawnee County. The class of 2024 was selected from more than 160 nominations.
Stormont Vail Programs Focus on Injury Prevention
Stormont Vail Health provides programs to help people avoid all types and levels of injuries. From a one-on-one car seat check to the next Stop the Bleed class and a Matter of Balance classes in 2024, our team is helping the community be prepared and equipped for any situation.
Details about the programs and registration offered through Stormont Vail’s Trauma Prevention team are available online.