At PMH we strive to fulfill our mission of providing you quality, safe care by employing highly skilled healthcare professionals, ensuring excellence in technology and developing comprehensive treatment programs to meet your needs.
You can help us provide this care by asking us questions when you don't understand something or need more information, and encouraging your family, with your permission, to do the same. If at any time during your stay we are not delivering on our promise, please tell us right away. Giving us the opportunity to respond to your concerns offers us the best chance of achieving our goal of outstanding patient satisfaction.
As we age, it's important to start thinking about advance directives and living wills. These are difficult but necessary topics to discuss with our loved ones, as they ensure that our wishes are known and respected in the event of a medical emergency. Having these hard conversations can provide peace of mind for both us and our families.
Do you suffer from diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or congestive heart failure (CHF)?
Health coaching, also referred to as wellness coaching, is a process that facilitates healthy, sustainable behavioral changes by helping clients to listen to their inner vision, identify their values, and transform their goals into accomplishment.
Progessive Care Unit (PCU) patients require a high intensity of nursing care and/or a high level of surveillance with the goal of providing cost-effective, high-quality, safe care. PMH nurses working in the PCU are all RNS specially trained to work with these critically ill patients.
Patients today are taking greater responsibility for their healthcare needs. Our providers are working with patients and their families to provide highly personalized and sophisticated care at PMH while taking advantage of the best practices available in the treatment and management of disease and illness.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital's Swing Bed program is for patients who no longer need acute care, and are working toward returning home. The Swing Bed program is rehabilitative in nature and you must require skilled therapy and/or skilled nursing services. Your physician will request a screening assessment to determine if skilled placement is right for you.
PMH is a member of the Stroke Care Now Network. If a patient comes into the ER and appears to have the symptoms of a stroke, there is expert help just seconds away.