Transylvania Regional Hospital

June 25, 2018

Michele Pilon: Facility Upgrades Will Improve Care and Efficiency for Patients

By Michele Pilon President/CNO, Transylvania Regional Hospital We’re incredibly excited about upcoming facility upgrades that will make Transylvania Regional Hospital’s patient experiences even safer, more efficient, and more comfortable. Updated technology, enhanced services, and expanded space will bring these benefits to community members when they visit several key hospital departments. One area of expansion and […]

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June 14, 2018

Our New Website Is Designed with You in Mind

The all-new missionhealth.org has been redesigned, with YOU in mind. At Mission Health, we understand that your experience begins well before you see a provider. Quickly and easily finding what you need on our website is critical to ensuring you get the care you need. So with your experience as our guide, we updated missionhealth.org. […]

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May 15, 2018

Ibuprofen vs. Acetaminophen – Which OTC Pain Reliever Should You Choose?

By Ben Lamm, Pharmacist We’ve all heard warnings about acetaminophen’s impact on your liver, or how ibuprofen can lead to ulcers. So which one is truly your best option if you need relief from a headache, or joint or muscle pain? Both are fine, as long as… Either acetaminophen or ibuprofen are reasonably safe options, […]

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May 15, 2018

Michele Pilon: Much to Celebrate in May

By Michele Pilon President/CNO, Transylvania Regional Hospital There is a lot to celebrate at Transylvania Regional Hospital (TRH) this month. May 6-12 was National Hospital Week and National Nurses Week, and we hosted an array of appreciation events that highlight the essential work every team member provides that makes our patient care truly extraordinary. Care […]

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May 10, 2018

“Overwhelming Gratitude” – Brad Campbell’s Message of Thanks to Nurse John Devan

Every day, Brad Campbell looks in the mirror at the “scar of gratitude” on his neck, which tells the story of his life-changing accident and all of the team members and nurses who helped him through it. After a severe biking accident in Transylvania County landed avid cyclist and Asheville resident Brad in Mission Hospital, […]

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May 6, 2018

“Nursing Is Our Mission” – Celebrating Nurses Everywhere

Every year, healthcare organizations across the nation recognize nurses during National Nurses Week, May 6-12. Mission Health is honored to take part in this observance week and bring awareness to the impact our nurses have on the people in our community with celebrations all week long – starting with this special video tribute featuring Mission […]

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May 2, 2018

Gratitude and Thanks: A Tribute to Nurses during Nurses Week

By Samantha Kappalman “As a nurse, we have the opportunity to heal the heart, mind, soul and body of our patients, their families and ourselves. They may forget your name, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou The late Maya Angelou had it right, I will never forget how […]

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April 25, 2018

You’re the Patient of a Top 15 Caregiver – What Does That Really Mean?

It was announced this week that Mission Health is once again among the Top 15 Health Systems, according to IBM Watson Health. We are humbled and honored to be among the nation’s best for the sixth time in the past seven years. While we are extremely proud of the doctors, nurses and all caregivers at […]

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April 23, 2018

One Year after a Serious Bike Crash, a Thank You to My Caregivers

By Brad Campbell Last July I was involved in a serious bicycle crash in Transylvania County. The last two things I remember were my rear wheel fishtailing and then a hard hit to the head. The excellent team from Transylvania County EMS arrived almost immediately, put my neck in a trauma brace and transported me […]

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April 23, 2018

Michele Pilon: To Deliver the Best Care, It Takes a Village

By Michele Pilon President/CNO, Transylvania Regional Hospital What goes into one of the most important choices we make – the hospital we select when we need care, whether emergency or planned, the people we entrust to help us through minor ailments like coughs and broken bones, or more serious ones like diabetes or hip replacement […]

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