Health system offers free seminar on Sepsis

Join Columbus Regional Hospital clinical staff for an in depth look at Sepsis – what it is, the best ways to prevent it, and how to quickly identify it and seek treatment immediately.  There are also many ways to support those that are recovering from sepsis.  

Presented by Barbara McLean, MD, Hospitalist and Chris Newkirk, BSN, RN, CCM, Clinical Quality Advisor, this free seminar is sponsored by Columbus Regional Health, and part of the Mill Race Center Connect series. The seminar runs from 11 a.m. to Noon, on April 28 at Mill Race Center. No Registration is required.

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