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Atlanta Business Chronicle honors Healthcare Heroes' ‘Rising Star' Chris Hermann: Clean Hands – Safe Hands reduces healthcare-associated infections

Posted in Making a Difference on July 25, 2019

One in every 31 patients contracts an infection related to a hospital stay, and historically around 10 percent of those patients die from the infection. The remedy can be as easy as washing hands. Ensuring that healthcare providers clean their hands frequently is the best way to reduce these infections.

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CDC Federal Credit Union teams with Atlanta Business Chronicle to honor those in the health care industry. 2019 Healthcare Heroes Awards recognizes this year’s honorees

Posted in Making a Difference on May 23, 2019

They live among us. They could be a parent of your son’s best friend, the person standing in the checkout line next to you, or your daughter’s softball coach. You may have even visited one. They take care of us when we’re sick and keep us healthy. In many cases, they even save lives. They are the doctors, nurses, physical therapists, dentists, ophthalmologists, researchers, innovators, and others who are committed and work diligently in the field of health and life sciences. They are the healthcare heroes.

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Recognizing those who make a difference - CDC FCU teams with Atlanta Business Chronicle for the Health Care Heroes Awards

Posted in Making a Difference on February 4, 2019

For about 70 years now, CDC Federal Credit Union has been the financial institution for members in the health-life science sector providing members with exemplary service. But as a credit union, we also recognize that it’s the members who have kept the institution strong and is the backbone of the organization. Because of this, CDC Federal Credit Union wanted to find a unique and special way to recognize some of those people in the health-life science industry who have made a difference in the field and in the lives of so many others.

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