• The Beeper [1999 Vol. 9, No. 17]

      Baker, Toni; Seigler, Peggy; Simkins, Sally L.; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Steele, Deborah; Simkins, Sally L.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1999-08-26)
      Features this week include: MCG pediatric Ophthalmology opens outpatient clinic in west Augusta; Four chairs approved by Regents; CMC to begin new transplant program; Web wisdom; Group meetings to be scheduled for potential early retirees; HCCU loans available to buy services years; CMC spots swallowing disorders early; Prematriculation program eases transition to MCG; Pediatric radiology assess computer access to X-rays; Study focuses on proper pressure inside the eye; Kids' spirits soar during ski program.
    • The Beeper [1999 Vol. 9, No. 18]

      Simkins, Sally L.; Baker, Toni; Steele, Deborah; Seigler, Peggy; Simkins, Sally L.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1999-09-09)
      Features this week include: Annual SCCC is launched; Campaign under way to "fix" excessive cuts; Access to neurologists enhanced in ACC; The magnolia ball and show scheduled; Mrs. Troiano wins award of excellence; MCG partners with Boys and Girls Club; CMC carnival set for Saturday; Teamwork nets $450,000 cost reduction; Food service director wins award for 'parking lot kitchen'; Q&A: Early retirement; 1,000th pediatric transport reached by service; Lunchtime series focuses on healthy lifestyles; Horse show to benefit Camp Rainbow; E-mail launches German student's visit.
    • The Beeper [1999 Vol. 9, No. 23]

      Simkins, Sally L.; Baker, Toni; Steele, Deborah; Simkins, Sally L.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1999-11-18)
      Features this week include: Sculpture unveiled at CMC; 'No question too tough'; Window for acceptance closes Dec. 6; Sports extravaganza held today; HIM students win scholarships; MCG honored by Goodwill industries; Deans' Symposium set for Nov. 30; CPP membership exceeds 100 mark; Pop those tabs for McDonald house; Students spearhead food and toy drives; Childhood isn't free of anxieties; Incontinence doesn't have to be permanent; Sleep: quality and quantity make a difference; Childhood snoring could be sign of trouble; Dry mouth can cause problems; Unique type of Lyme disease seen in Southeast.
    • The Beeper [1999 Vol. 9, No. 25]

      Simkins, Sally L.; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Steele, Deborah; Baker, Toni; Simkins, Sally L.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1999-12-16)
      Features this week include: Y2K countdown continues; Toy drive under way; 700-plus take early-retirement option; MLK birthday observance speaker set; Demolitions under way; Women are prime candidates; Mary Edwards goes 'extra mile'-literally; Single mom is advocate for teen mothers; Rotation gives 'real-world experience'; Prepare yourself for Y2K in one easy lesson; Respiratory Therapy graduates ace exams; OT students have fun while learning; Ms. Walling receives certification; National respiratory awards received; Life can be a headache; There's help for snorers; Bill to restore cuts.
    • The Beeper [2000 Vol. 10, No. 3]

      Deriso, Christine Hurley; Simkins, Sally L.; Steele, Deborah; Baker, Toni; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 2000-02-10)
      Features this week include: Early retirement a family affair for some MCG employees; Public safety hustles to respond to snow; New dental plan offered; Accreditation team visiting campus Feb. 28-March 2; Employee clearance procedure modified; Asthma program wins national award; Medical students spend 'eye-opening' summer in Honduran hospital; Nurse anesthetist graduates honored; List server links neurologists worldwide; Researchers target genes prompting first heartbeat; Thanks offered for 'best patient care ever'; Rinker lecture slated Feb. 18-19.