Kansas City Star: For KC nurses on coronavirus’ front lines, a cookie train provides spark in morale

March 31, 2020

After receiving cookies from the University of Kansas Health System, Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City decided to pass sweet treats on to Advent Health. 

Debbie Wilson, Chief Nursing Officer of Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City, talked to the Kansas City Star about how we may work at competing hospitals but we share best practices for the betterment of the medical community on a regular basis. 

“It’s a precedent that we have always worked closely together,” Wilson said. “That’s the neat thing and the outstanding thing about nurses. We’re here for our patients and our staff. If we can do anything to make things better for our patients and staff, we’re willing to share best practices.”

Read the Kansas City Star's complete article: "For KC nurses on coronavirus’ front lines, a cookie train provides spark in morale"

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