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The Shape of Things to Come
02.25.2011 [Campus Improvements]

It’s easy to see the new Courtyard Tower beginning to take shape in the photo above.  When completed in 2013, the patient care tower will have nine state-of-the-art floors replacing the oldest parts of the hospital.


Photo of the Week
 
02.16.2011 | Campus Improvements

You can’t miss the new sign depicting our Courtyard Tower as you drive past SMH on U.S. 41/Tamiami Trail.

IRS says breast pumps are tax deductible
02.15.2011 | New Moms & Dads

Buying a breast pump? Save your receipt — The cost of pumps and related lactation supplies are now considered tax-deductible medical expenses. Click here for more details about the recent IRS ruling.

Dueling Cranes
 
02.11.2011 | Campus Improvements

Even from the back of the hospital, you don’t have to crane your neck to see all of the equipment used to construct our new Courtyard Tower. The pair of cranes, pictured above, play a big role in the building of the nine-story structure, scheduled to open in 2013.

Breastfeeding Breaks for Working Moms
02.09.2011 | Uncategorized

Did you know that federal law calls for employers to give employees time and a private place to express breast milk during the workday? The law covers moms nursing a baby for one year after the child’s birth.

Safe sleeping and SIDS
 
02.08.2011 | Uncategorized

What can you do to lower your baby’s risk of SIDS? Follow safe sleep habits, don’t allow others to smoke around your newborn and don’t let your baby get too warm during sleep. Click “more” below for a list of important tips — Be sure to share them with babysitters, grandparents and other caregivers!

Bridging the Gap
 
02.03.2011 | Campus Improvements

The covered pedestrian bridge from the South Parking Garage to the Critical Care Center is scheduled to be complete next month! Here’s a photo of construction progress. The two-level addition to the Critical Care Center will be finished later this year and will house state-of-the-art operating rooms, pre-operative and post-operative areas, hemodialysis and a sterile […]

Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Support Breastfeeding
02.02.2011 | Uncategorized

Breastfeeding is such an important health initiative! It is being addressed at both local and government levels.  Please click on the link below to see the recent release on breastfeeding from the Office of the Surgeon General. http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/topics/breastfeeding/executivesummary.pdf

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