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Cary Hospital Officially Designated Trauma Center

Cary Hospital has officially been designated a Level III Trauma Center. Wake County patients and those from referring counties will now benefit from having two exceptional trauma programs in the area – both led by WakeMed. Congratulations and kudos to all who have been involved in this important initiative!


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August 20: Social Media – Protecting Our Patients, Organization and You

Social media is a part of everyday life and has changed the way we communicate professionally and personally. WakeMed’s Social Media Policy was recently updated to provide guidance for staff and reflect changes in the way we protect and care for our patients. Attendees will learn how to use social media appropriately to protect patients, the organization and their own personal information. See the flier for details and register via WakeMedU (code: NE014-19033).

Aug. 20 & 27: Food Drive at WakeMed Farmers Market

With the school year fast approaching, the WakeMed Farmers Market is helping fight child hunger in our community. We will be hosting a food drive during the next three Farmers Markets – the last ones of the season! – in the 1E lobby. Donations will benefit the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle’s hunger relief programs, including Backpack Buddies, School Pantries and Grocery Bags for Seniors. Please note that only non-perishable items will be accepted (no fresh produce). Check out this blog post for additional details and suggestions of what to bring to the food drive. Thank you in advance for your participation!

August 28: Uniform Sale at North Hospital

7 am to 4 pm, Third Floor

The Volunteers at Raleigh Campus and 1st Uniform are teaming up to host a uniform sale at North Hospital. Cash, credit and payroll deduction (ID badge required) are accepted. 1st Uniform will contribute a portion of the proceeds to The Volunteers in support of the great patient and staff programs they provide.

Grief Support Group Begins in September

This six-week grief group is open to any WakeMed staff member who has experienced the death of a loved one and also to family members who had a loved one pass away at a WakeMed facility. The group is a safe space for exploring grief – where you can share your story, learn more about the grief process, and discover ways to move forward to hope and healing. The next group begins on September 24 and will meet each Tuesday at Raleigh Campus from 6:30 to 8 pm (through October 29). For more information or to register, please contact Jan Rush at ext. 08556.