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  • Babypalooza set for May 30th at the VBC

    Whether you’re a new mom, an expectant mom, or thinking about becoming a mom, the  BlueCross BlueShield of Alabama Babypalooza Baby & Maternity Expo will help you connect to all of the wonderful resources, services, and boutiques in your area to help you with the newest member of your family. From health services to child care it’s all under one roof in one day!  See all the latest cool registry items and enter to win a few! Babypalooza is at […]

  • BBB warn Smartphone Apps Could Pose Threat

    Smartphones are becoming more than just convenient devices.  Through various downloaded apps, they are a great tool in managing certain tasks.  They help us track various activities, provide us data, and allow us to efficiently do tasks on the go. However, you should be aware of risks that come with some of these apps.  They could create a potential threat to your personal information.  Here are a few examples. Baby Monitors:  Parents are able to use fully networked, motion-sensing, HD […]

  • Featured Job: Production Team Member – Maintenance Technician

    Production Team Member – Maintenance Technician In addition to the specific position requirements listed below, successful candidates will be U.S. Citizens who: Possess a high school diploma or equivalent; Possess the ability to fluently speak and read the English language; Can successfully fulfill all pre-employment requirements including background check and drug screening; Are positive, team-oriented individuals who are willing to go the extra mile. Applications are currently being accepted for the following position: The Maintenance Technician is a multi-craft position that […]

  • Featured Job: FN Hospitality Assistant

    The Hospitality Assistant is responsible for delivering and retrieving patient meal trays, providing individualized assistance to each patient, Hospitality Rounds and nourishment services.   High school diploma or GED is required. Health care food service experience preferred. Weekend and/or Holiday Rotation may be required. Rotating Shifts may be required. Click here for more information or to apply for this job.

  • Featured Job: AHA Programs Instructor

    Oversees the operation of all the Huntsville Hospital AHA Training Center (TC) BLS Site and off-site programs. Is responsible for the daily functions of the TC BLS program including but not limited to: paperwork, reports, filing, budgeting, ordering supplies, equipment maintenance, instructor interaction, and continue to develop a relationship with the American Heart Association. Provide support to the Huntsville Hospital Corporate University as determined. Must hold current certification at the Instructor, Instructor-Trainer or Regional Faculty level.   Education: Associates or […]

  • Featured Job: Medical Licensure Coordinator

    This position works with company staffing consultants and recruiters to assist contracted medical providers to obtain needed medical licensure for work assignments. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Establish working relationships with internal personnel in order to facilitate new licensure, renewal licensure and reinstatement licensure for contracted providers. Maintain accurate records of licensure progress using Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. Maintain accurate records of licensure expenses by using approved data bases or spread sheets. Generate reports as needed or requested from database and/or Microsoft […]

  • Featured Job: Senior Technical Specialist for technical publications

    VT Group is seeking a Senior Technical Specialist for technical publications. This position is located at Redstone Arsenal, AL. Position Summary: Support the AMCOM Logistics Center (ALC) with the review, verification/validation, and preparation of Technical Publication Materials for modifications for all supported customers. Duties include, but are not limited to: Establishes style guidelines and standards for technical manual texts and illustrations in compliance with all military standards and regulations. Verifies accuracy of technical documentation to ensure that it is complete, […]

  • May is Mental Health Awareness Month

    May is Mental Health Awareness Month.  According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 20% of the adult population will meet the criteria for a mental health diagnosis each year.  About half of Americans will  meet the criteria for a diagnosable mental health condition sometime in their lifetime. People spend far more time addressing their physical health than their mental health. Mental illness is more common than cancer, lung disease and heart disease combined. An untreated mental illness can complicate […]

  • 4-3-2-1 Leadership Book Signing set for May 23rd at Bridge Street

    Major General (Ret.) U.S. Army Vincent E. Boles has distilled his experience into his book “4-3-2-1 Leadership: What America’s Sons and Daughters Taught Me on My Way from 2nd Lieutenant to Two-Star General.” This book inspires you, as a leader, to create a workplace climate that not only encourages your people to give their best but also ensures that your team’s best gets better.  Vinny’s presentations and services offer practical tools and techniques you can begin using right now. Meet the […]

  • Think F.A.S.T. to Recognize a Stroke

    Huntsville Hospital is the only Primary Stroke Center in Madison County. The most recent guidelines from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association recommends that  a stroke patient go to the closest facility most capable of treating acute stroke, even if that means bypassing other hospitals. Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the U.S.   Huntsville Hospital’s 24/7 Stroke Team reminds you to seek medical help immediately if you or a loved one experience any warning signs of stroke. […]

  • BBB Suggests a Doing Little Homework When Making Donations

    The next time you consider making a donation to charity, do a little homework first.  Make sure you know to whom you are giving your money. Be cautious when responding to phone appeals. Like all forms of fund raising, telephone appeals can be put to good use by a charity, or can be part of a deceptive campaign that can result in little money going to the claimed charitable effort. Never be pressured to make an immediate, on-the-spot contribution decision. […]

  • Sci-Quest offers Hands-On Science Experience for all ages

    Sci-Quest is a hands-on science center that offers many programs for kids. Sci-Quest currently works with funding from the United Way in a partnership program with the North Alabama Center for Educational Excellence (NACEE) to target teens at risk for dropout at area high schools. Designed to show students the applications of science and technology in careers, Sci-Quest has just completed the second year of this program in which we provided hands-on labs, speakers and self directed learning opportunities on a variety […]

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