OMAHA, Neb. — Sisters known as the “Twiplets” were born in 1992 at Methodist Hospital — and now all three work there.Twiplets?The word was coined by their mother because the McGillick triplets consist of identical twins Erica and Kate and fraternal sib Molly.Erica McGillick and Katherine McGillick are surgical nurses, and Molly McGillick is a radiology technologist, also often working in surgery.“We actually had plans not to work together,” Erica said. “But lo and behold, we end up in the same location.”Susan McGillick thought she was having twins until she learned that, oops, a third one was hiding behind the others.The babies were born by emergency cesarean-section surgery at 31 weeks gestation, each weighing under four pounds. They were named alphabetically by birth order.Event-planner Susan hadn’t exactly planned this event. She and husband Michael McGillick, owner of retirement-living Essex Communities, endured lots of … [Read more...] about Triplets were born at a Nebraska hospital in 1992. Now, all three of them work there.
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Entering its third year, the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Tulsa Chapter has announced its latest group of fellows who will tackle the region's health needs.The nonprofit community health organization selected 12 graduate and professional degree students from the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma to make up its third cohort of Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows.The students will spend the next year working on service projects they designed to address health gaps in the Tulsa area.Fellows from the first two classes contributed more than 4,500 hours to projects addressing the root causes of health disparities in under-resourced communities while fulfilling their academic responsibilities. Most of these projects, organizers say, have sustainability plans in place.Projects are intended to address an array of health issues affecting a range of populations, with an increased focus this year on mental health.Fellow Erin Anderson, who’s studying … [Read more...] about Albert Schweitzer Tulsa program names health needs Fellows