Innovative Care Magazine
Banner Health's complimentary in-house publication is also designed to help you navigate through the services of the Banner Health facility, where you or a family member are receiving care.
Inside our latest issue, you will learn how physicians, nurses, researchers and counselors across Banner are making a difference today that have a lasting impact.
Read the online version of Innovative Care Magazine and watch related videos
- Family Ties: Banner nurses inspire next generation
- Daddy's Girl: Banner Boswell nurse a proud father, mentor
- Banner Hospice bereavement camp helps families deal with loss of loved ones
- Swing Bed Unit: East Morgan County Hospital helps patients transition back to optimal health
- Brains to Classrooms: Exploring the science behind brain health
- Blog: Traveling with Medications
Innovative Care Videos
- Two generations of nurses at Banner Health
- Brains to classrooms by Banner Sun Health Research Institute
- Banner Hospice bereavement camp in Payson, Arizona
As a patient in a hospital, a caring nurse can make all the difference in the world. Three seasoned nurses at Banner Health are not only serving their mission of delivering excellent care to patients, they also, in their own way, inspired their daughters to follow in their professional footsteps.
The Brains to Classrooms program, led by Brittany Dugger, Associate Scientist at Banner Sun Health Research Institute in Sun City, Arizona, exposes students to different types of brains and how they work. Dugger says making children aware of such topics at an early age is the best way to spark a lifelong interest in learning all about science.
Bereavement counselors at Banner Hospice help families dealing with the loss of a loved one at a free three-day camp in Payson, Arizona. The camp is held twice a year and is open to adults and children ages 6 and up.