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Wellness Wednesday: Emotional Wellness

October 19th, 2021
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What Is Emotional Intelligence, and Why Is It Important? Emotional intelligence starts with understanding your own emotions (self-awareness), then being able to manage them (self-regulation) and use them to achieve your goals (self-motivation). Once you are able to understand and manage yourself, you can understand the emotions and feelings of others (empathy) to positively interact […]

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Here’s to your heart

September 28th, 2021
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World Heart Health Day Today is World Heart Health Day, a global initiative that focuses on cardiovascular disease. As providers who care for each other, I want to be part of encouraging my colleagues to care for your heart by caring for your whole self: physically, mentally, and emotionally. I would like to share some […]

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Wellness: Be Kind and Compassionate

June 30th, 2021
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In this new month, many changes occur – including the welcoming of new residents to our programs! Dr. Jess Badwards reminds us of the impact of treating others well, which in turn allows us to experience personal wellness and to derive joy and happiness from what we do. We may not always have control over […]

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Breaking into Pride

Pride
June 29th, 2021
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By Joyce Perfetti, DO Assistant Medical Director, USACS South At US Acute Care Solutions, we know that when people of different experiences and backgrounds come to the table, it leads to making better decisions. We value diversity of age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, family status and life experiences.   Incorporating diversity and inclusion into […]

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Honoring our Heroes: Dr. Bob Sobehart, MD, FACEP

June 8th, 2021
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As medical director for the new Allegheny Health Network’s Brentwood Neighborhood Hospital, Dr. Bob Sobehart is still relatively new to both US Acute Care Solutions and AGHN. But he’s no stranger to leadership – or adventure. Before coming to USACS, he was assistant professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, […]

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