UAB Medicine

UAB Medicine

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UAB's primary vehicle for charitable giving is its Benevolent Fund, which was created by employees to help the community. It benefits more than 120 local nonprofits as well as the UAB Employee Emergency Assistance Program.
As the leadership development officer, Larson, Ed.D., will be a key driver of performance for both entities and a catalyst for positive culture transformation throughout UAB Medicine.
This year, UAB Medicine leaders are once again asking for your feedback so the institution continues to improve.
Read about  a few of the clinical and operational areas that posted excellent survey scores from last year's annual Employee Engagement Survey.
The Employee Engagement and Faculty Engagement surveys will take place February 15-29. Find out what you need to know.
Seven residents have been chosen for the UAB Medicine Chief Quality Resident Program, which was created last year to expose interested residents and fellows to relevant concepts in quality and patient safety, and to prepare them for potential leadership positions in the field. 
UAB Care is an ongoing, hospital-wide initiative focused on optimizing care for specific clinical conditions and ensuring that redefined standards are applied in every case.
Through the Alabama Study on Early Age-Related Macular Degeneration, UAB researchers seek to identify the specific characteristics that make some more prone to AMD.
UAB Medicine received a 2015 Women’s Choice Award and was named one of America’s Best Hospitals for Obstetrics.
The 2015 UAB Annual Employee Chili Cook-off, benefiting the UAB Benevolent Fund, will be held Thursday, February 26, from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. in the UAB Hospital-Highlands Cafeteria and the UAB Hospital West Pavilion Atrium.
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