Building on the Promise - A Campaign for Akron Children's Hospital
High-risk OB kaizenStacy O’Brien brings NICU nursing expertise to the team.
High-risk OB kaizenScott Radcliff measures space as the team discusses patient room size.
High-risk OB kaizenDr. Melissa Mancuso and nurse practitioner Dana Nelson share a thought.
High-risk OB kaizenBrightly colored Post-It Notes capture the team's hopes and dreams for the new high-risk OB center.
High-risk OB kaizenSherry Valentine, Lean Six Sigma deployment leader, facilitates a group session.
High-risk OB kaizenThe input of the team members suggest they want to create an environment that's inviting, comfortable and focused on the highest quality of care.
High-risk OB kaizenScott Radcliff, of Hasenstab Architects, leads a brainstorming session.
High-risk OB kaizenChief Nursing Officer Lisa Aurilio has also participated in kaizens for the ER and NICU.
High-risk OB kaizenDrs. Melissa Mancuso and Stephen Crane are two of Akron Children's high-risk obstetricians.
High-risk OB kaizenDr. Anand Kantak has long supported the plan to bring high-risk deliveries to Akron Children's as the ideal family-centered care.
High-risk OB kaizenDr. Ibrahim Farid, director of anesthesiology, has an important role in the maternal fetal medicine kaizen team.
High-risk OB kaizenJan Keller brings the experience of her role as a nurse in Akron Children's NICU.
High-risk OB kaizenJennie Evans' career has straddled both healthcare and architecture.
High-risk OB kaizenCarrie Gardiner, RN, of Akron Children's maternal fetal medicine center, listens intently.
High-risk OB kaizenLisa Aurilio kicks off the report out, featuring a team photo in her presentation.
High-risk OB kaizenJennie Evans, a registered nurse and medical planner with HKS Architects, offers insight.
High-risk OB kaizenThe high-risk OB kaizen team used paper and markers to create a first draft of the floor space.
High-risk OB kaizenNeonatologist Anand Kantak makes a point.
High-risk OB kaizenBecky Baumer, an interior designer with HKS, discusses the overall design theme for the new building, "your backyard," which has elements of both comfort and surprise.
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