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Hardin Memorial Health employees ranked the healthcare system in the top 25 percent in employee engagement among more than 2,200 hospitals and healthcare systems surveyed nationwide, officials reported at the HMH Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday.
HMH has worked hard to provide important resources like the Sexual Assault Nurse (SANE) Program for this vulnerable patient population. SANE certified nurses are qualified to complete very thorough sexual assault forensic exams. Last year alone, HMH treated more than 50 victims of sexual assault, and those numbers continue to increase.
Join Hardin Memorial Health and the HMH Foundation for the 2018 Purses, Pumps and Prevention: A Cancer Awareness Social on April 26 at the Historic State Theater in Elizabethtown. The third annual event will include food, shopping, and a fashion show featuring local boutiques. Most importantly, all proceeds from the event benefit HMH Cancer Care.
The Hardin Memorial Health Foundation (HMHF) received a $125,000 Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant from the state to expand the support and services HMH offers sexual assault victims. The grant will fund training for six additional nurses to become certified Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE), bringing HMH’s total to 14.
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