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Sunday, August 26, 2012
Pediatric specialty hospital Ranken Jordan, located in Maryland Heights, is partnering with One19 North Tapas Wine Bar for a unique fundraiser Sunday and Monday.
Located in the heart of Maryland Heights, pediatric specialty hospital Ranken Jordan will partner with Kirkwood restaurant One19 North Tapas Wine Bar on Sunday and Monday to help children “get from the hospital back home.” For breakfast and lunch, patrons can dine at the restaurant these two days, and 10 percent of total sales will be donated to the hospital. “Actually One19 North got in touch with us at one of our recent golf tournaments and said they’d love to help out more in some way,” said Elaine Hickerson, Ranken Jordan Director of Development. “This is the first time we’ve ever partnered with them on an event like this.” Hickerson said there have not been many restaurant fundraiser events like this in the past unless the restaurant …
Thursday, May 24, 2012
The local pediatrics hospital recognized EMS week with a barbecue for local Emergency Services teams.
Ranken Jordan said thanks Wednesday to Emergency Medical Service teams from across the area. The Maryland Heights-based children's hospital held the lunch on Emergency Services for Children Day, a press release indicates. Ranken Jordan sent along a few photos from the event. Check them out! Have EMS teams helped care for your child at any point? Tell us your story in the comments section!
Friday, May 18, 2012
Three big events hit Maryland Heights this weekend: a brewfest, a car show and a board game convention. We've got the details!
Looking for something to do locally this weekend? Maryland Heights has several entertaining activities and events May 18-20. Know of other events coming up in Maryland Heights? Be sure to add them to the Maryland Heights Patch events calendar!
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Many thanks to Ranken Jordan and Van's Hallmark for claiming their directory listings!
Here at Maryland Heights Patch, we're proud to acknowledge our neighbors in the business community. And that's why we're giving a big shout-out to two businesses that claimed their listings on Patch this week. Our newest claimed listings are from: Claiming your listing on Patch shows readers you're watching the reviews that are posted, and that you're ready to update the listing information with more information of your own. By claiming a listing, you can: Claiming your listing is free. Here's how to do it: 1. Visit your local Patch site. If you're already a user, make sure you log in first. 2. Click on the "Places" tab at the top of the page. 3. Search for your business/organization and click on it. 4. Scroll half down the page to where …
Thursday, January 19, 2012
The Maryland Heights resident has volunteered at Ranken Jordan for the last seven years.
Carol Mittler may not be a physician, nurse or other medical professional — but she’s ready to lend a hand at Ranken Jordan—A Pediatric Specialty Hospital in Maryland Heights. In fact, she's been doing so for the last seven years. All told, Mittler has logged more than 1,300 hours of volunteer time. Mittler said she loves the idea of being around children. Before lending a hand at Ranken Jordan, she was a Sunday School and Vacation Bible School teacher for many years. “Once you see a little smile on their face, and then get to see them go home, you are blessed,” she said. The children at Ranken Jordan need someone to love them if their parents aren’t there, Mittler said, and to tell them “Mommy and Daddy will be here when they can.” Ranken…
Thursday, December 22, 2011
The nursing staff at Ranken Jordan Pediatric Specialty Hospital works around the clock to care for patients.
The work day never stops for the nursing staff at Ranken Jordan Pediatric Specialty Hospital. Nurses work at the facility around the clock, giving care to the facilities' patients. We spoke with Mary Sue Stiegemeier, a nurse three, 12-hour night shifts each week. She said the meal schedule for overnight nurses can be erradic.