SPEAKER 1: Every day at JPS, there’s new life, fresh hope. And that’s what we give, life and hope and extraordinary care and newborn squeezes and squishes and smiles. We give our best, it’s who we are. It’s what we do.
In orthopedics, we give a hand. On the floors, we give late night appreciation we give our hearts to those who lose loved ones. And we stand in awe at the choice to donate organs and give new life. It’s who we are. It’s what we do.
We do real life trauma scenarios for teens to know the shattered dreams caused by drinking and driving. We include real life moms and dads so students can begin to imagine the unimaginable.
The hope is that a crash in our trauma bay will prevent a crash on the highway. We make it real with the hopes of saving lives. It’s who we are. It’s what we do.
We take behavioral health seriously and compassionately. We are centered in patient-centered care. We operate at the top of our game every patient, every night, every day. We touch hearts, and we fix them– here the 1001st first open heart surgery at JPS.
Our hands heal. Being a teaching hospital, we share what we know. We inspire the best in others. It’s who we are. It’s what we do. We listen, and we care, and we pray. We help one another. We get the big picture and we love on the little ones.
Our patient family knows no bounds, our hearts are as big as the community, and our community teaches us as we served them. We see that healing can affect hope in all kinds of ways. It’s who we are. It’s what we do.
We hear from those whose lives we’ve saved. We love our diverse culture. We own it, except when the bull owns it harder. We celebrate the bravest acts of generosity. We put ourselves in our patient’s shoes. Every day in every way, we bring light and hope and the highest level of patient-centered care. At JPS, it’s who we are. It’s what we do.