“A Day in the Life” of North Carolina Hospitals

To help Ascendient Healthcare Advisors mark its 20th anniversary, I went behind the scenes with several longtime clients in order to capture “A Day in the Life” of their healing mission. The results were published as a series of coffee table books to be used in marketing efforts, waiting rooms, employee recognition programs and so forth. Digital versions of the hardback books are reproduced here.

Southeastern Health :: Serving Through the Years

Southeastern Health :: Serving Through the Years

Photography by Lisa Marie Albert :: Book Presented by Ascendient :: 771 Years of Service :: In the field of healthcare, nothing stays the same for very long. Hospital snapshots taken just a generation ago might be almost unrecognizable to today’s patients. At Southeastern Health, however, one thing has stayed remarkably constant: Thanks to an […]

The SECU Hospice House :: A Blessing for Patients & Family

The SECU Hospice House :: A Blessing for Patients & Family

Photography by Lisa Marie Albert :: Presented by Ascendient :: A Day in the Life of Hospice :: Every day, the SECU Hospice House of Johnston Health is abuzz with activity indoors and out. Kitchen cabinets are stocked, birdfeeders are filled and, most importantly, patients are fed, comforted and even pampered. Hospice employees and volunteers […]

Healing at Home :: A Day in the Life of AssistedCare

Healing at Home :: A Day in the Life of AssistedCare

Photography by Lisa Marie Albert :: Book presented by Ascendient :: Hospitals do amazing work, but nobody wants to go there, if they can help it. Being sick is hard enough, and being away from home can make it seem so much worse. Given the choice, almost everyone would prefer to remain at home, where […]

In Good Hands :: A Day in the Life at Alamance Regional Medical Center

In Good Hands :: A Day in the Life at Alamance Regional Medical Center

Photography by Lisa Marie Albert :: Book presented by Ascendient :: This book is dedicated to the remarkably cohesive and committed executive team that guided Alamance Regional Medical Center through three decades of growth and service to the community. Bob Byrd – 35 years; John Currin – 27 years; Dick Donahey – 26 years; Lea […]