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In celebration of Donate Life Month, Aiken Regional Medical Centers, in Aiken, SC, held a ceremony outside at 1:08 p.m. on April 14 to raise the Donate Life America flag in honor of all organ donors and donor recipients, and to encourage others to become a donor. The flag was raised at exactly 1:08 p.m. as a symbol that for every one organ donor, eight lives can be saved. ...

In celebration of Donate Life Month, Aiken Regional Medical Centers, in Aiken, SC, held a ceremony outside at 1:08 p.m. on April 14 to raise the Donate Life America flag in honor of all organ donors and donor recipients, and to encourage others to become a donor. The flag was raised at exactly 1:08 p.m. as a symbol that for every one organ donor, eight lives can be saved.

Dr. Nicki Tessler, Divisional VP, Behavioral Health recently served as a Panelist at the mHealth Israel Virtual Conference “Addressing the Mental Health Crisis,” held in March. Dr. Tessler shared that despite the enormous challenges wrought by the pandemic, our commitment to serving individuals’ mental healthcare needs remains steadfast. She emphasized that digital technology innovation can support better lives for tomorrow’s patients.

View her presentation: bit.ly/FutureProofingBH.
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Dr. Nicki Tessler, Divisional VP, Behavioral Health recently served as a Panelist at the mHealth Israel Virtual Conference “Addressing the Mental Health Crisis,” held in March. Dr. Tessler shared that despite the enormous challenges wrought by the pandemic, our commitment to serving individuals’ mental healthcare needs remains steadfast. She emphasized that digital technology innovation can support better lives for tomorrow’s patients.  

View her presentation: http://bit.ly/FutureProofingBH.
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