Recent Headlines


It Takes a Village

The imaging team at Florida Hospital Kissimmee pulls together to offer physical healing, emotional support and access to social services to a patient in need.



Work Family

A nurse manager at Texas Health Huguley retells the story of when her team rallied together to raise funds for a coworker.



Adventist Health System Elects New Board Chairman

Gary Thurber will begin serving as Chairman of the Board on September 14, 2017.



How Can You Protect Yourself From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?

Equipment such as generators should be used outdoors in well-ventilated areas, and away from all doors, windows, vents and other building openings.


In the News

Daytona Beach News-Journal | July 29

Florida Hospital New Smyrna executive at the helm of change

Florida Hospital New Smyrna CEO Ken Mattison discusses the hospital's future and other topics.

WFTS Tampa Bay | July 14

Florida Hospital summer academy helps train Tampa Bay area students to be future doctors

Thirty Tampa Bay-area high school student graduated from a special academy on at Florida Hospital.

Orlando Sentinel | July 12

Hospital fare now helping to feed Central Florida's hungry

A new partnership between Florida Hospital and Second Harvest Food Bank is helping feed Central Floridians in need.

Becker's Hospital Review | July 12

Florida Hospital marketing campaign centers on 'someday'

The campaign focuses on what healthcare could look like in the future.

Daily Commercial | June 14

Florida Hospital Waterman announces massive expansion

The expansion at the Tavares campus will more than double the size of the emergency department and feature a four-story patient tower dedicated to women's services, pediatrics and future growth.

Kansas City Star | June 9

Shawnee Mission Medical Center gets $1 million grant for special needs center and employee daycare

The grant will help fund the construction of a new facility for employee day care and therapy for children with developmental disabilities.

Research & Publications

Christine Sammer, DrPH, RN; Susanne Miller, RN, MS; Cason Jones, MLS, MHA; Antoinette Nelson, RN, BSN, MSHSA; Paul Garrett, MD; David Classen, MD, MS; David Stockwell, MD (The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety)

Developing and Evaluating an Automated All-Cause Harm Trigger System

An Adventist Health System study shows more efficient harm detection, improved patient safety with automated system.

Loran D. Hauck, MD; Lee M. Adler, DO; Zuber D. Mulla, PhD (Annals of Epidemiology)

Clinical Pathway Care Improves Outcomes Among Patients Hospitalized for Community-Acquired Pneumonia

Adventist Health System examines the impact of a unique evidence-based clinical pathway on six outcomes of care in patients hospitalized for community-acquired pneumonia (CAP).

Ted Hamilton (Health Progress)

Physician Burnout: Health Care Systems Seek Wellness Solutions

Hamilton reports on the ways Adventist Health System is working to promote physician well-being.

T. Christopher Windham, MD (Journal of Oncology Practice)

Geriatric Oncology for the 21st Century: A Call for Action

A study highlights steps to help prepare oncologists across the nation for the impending increase in older cancer patients.

Tim Reiner & Miccole Bowen (Cerner Blog)

Taking a Closer Look at Health System Revenue Cycle Innovation

Adventist Health System's vice president of revenue management, and Shawnee Mission Medical Center's director of patient financial services, discuss the importance of integrating clinical and financial data in preparation for future payment models.

JIll A. Marsteller, PhD (Critical Care Medicine)

A Multicenter, Phased, Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial to Reduce Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections in Intensive Care Units

A trial designed to determine the causal effects of an intervention proven effective in pre-post studies in reducing central line-associated bloodstream infections in the intensive care unit.