CNAs, or Certified Nursing Assistants, serve as liasons between patients and their nurses and doctors–taking care of their needs, providing meals or simply spending quality time with patients. Angie and Bernice from our ACE Unit tell us a little bit about what it takes to be a CNA. #CNAWeek
Do you have a cramping in your thumb or forefinger when you grab things? You may have trigger finger! What is trigger finger, exactly? OakBend Occupational Therapist Kristi Chapman explains in this edition of #AskOakBend. Listen in! #OTMonth
What’s it like working in a field that is predominately male? Dr. Irene Hernaez has been practicing medicine for 20 years and has some advice for young women interested in a career in healthcare. Listen in to this edition of Ask OakBend.
What’s the weirdest thing ever seen on an X-Ray? How do you know what scan you need for what body part? Clint Hudgeons lets us know, and gives a little insight in to his 14 years as radiology tech on this edition of #AskOakBend. #RadTechWeek
What’s the difference between regular heartburn and GERD? OakBend Medical Center gastroenterologist Dr. Nitesh Vachhani gives us a little insight–and clues on what foods to avoid– in this edition of #AskOakBend.