Cuero Regional Hopsital | Connect | Summer 2018
2 Cuero Health • Summer 2018 —Continued from front cover LEADERSHIP CORNER allowing the ED staff to provide faster and more efficient service. Among the renovations inside the ED are: + + About 1,000 square feet of additional space. + + Six fully private treatment rooms. + + A new triage area to help patients move through the ED more quickly. + + A patient registration area that is more private and separate from the waiting area. “Our new space is comfortable and inviting,” says Judy Mazak, Director of the ED. “And it significantly improves privacy and confidentiality.” More than a face-lift According to Mazak, the new ED is part of the hospital’s commitment to providing safe, compassionate care while improving the experience of patients and their loved ones. “As always, the ED is staffed by a highly trained and caring team of physicians and nurses,” Mazak says. “We truly are quality care close to home.” Lynn Falcone, CEO of Cuero Regional Hospital, agrees: “Our new ED is beautiful and so welcoming to patients who need our care. Our staff are excited and proud of their new work environment and are happy to show it off.” Connect is published as a community service for the friends and patrons of Cuero Regional Hospital, 2550 N. Esplanade St., Cuero, TX 77954, 361-275‑6191 , cuerohospital.org . Information in Connect comes from a wide range of medical experts. Please contact your pro- vider with concerns or questions about specific content that may affect your health. Models may be used in photos and illustrations. Cuero Regional Hospital does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in its health programs and activities. For more informa- tion, visit cuerohospital.org . ATTENTION: If you speak Spanish, Vietnamese or another foreign language, language assistance services, free of charge, are available to you. Please notify our staff for assistance. 2018 © Coffey Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. “Our new space is comfortable and inviting,” says Judy Mazak, Director of the ED. “And it significantly improves privacy and confidentiality.” We renovated with you in mind Judith Krupala, RN, MSN, FNP-C, Chief Nursing Officer Neighbors caring for neighbors Here at Cuero Regional Hospital, our patients always come first. As chief nursing officer at Cuero for 29 years, I know it is my priority and my staff’s priority to provide high-quality, safe care and a warm, welcoming experience. We aim to do the right thing for you every time. Our passion for patient care comes easily. It’s why we’re here. And it’s also because, in a town the size of ours, it’s our honor to care for our neighbors and friends. I was born here and attended our local schools. I am a true Cuero Gobbler! Sometimes on my drive to work, I see deer and an occasional rabbit alongside the road, and I thank God for this beautiful place. I cherish Cuero, its good quality of life and all of its amazing people. To our neighbors and friends: We are honored to provide your care. I mean that with my whole heart. And I look forward to caring for you and your family if you need us. Judith Krupala, RN, MSN, FNP-C, Chief Nursing Officer Mission: To provide compassionate care to those we serve with a commitment to excellence in all we do. Vision: Striving together to become the first choice for health and wellness by consistently exceeding expectations.
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