Bronson Pediatric Cardiology Welcomes New Nurse Practitioner - Bronson Healthcare

Published on December 09, 2010

Bronson Pediatric Cardiology Welcomes New Nurse Practitioner

KALAMAZOO, Mich. – Bronson Pediatric Cardiology welcomes Pamela DeMorrow, NP. She joins the Bronson Pediatric Cardiology team of James Loker, M.D. and Robin Fountain-Dommer, M.D.

DeMorrow received her Master of Science in Nursing Science from the University of Illinois, Chicago, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Grand Valley State University. Prior to joining Bronson, DeMorrow was a pulmonary pediatric nurse practitioner with MSU/KCMS Pediatric Subspecialties.

The Bronson Pediatric Cardiology team can be reached at the Medical Office Pavilion at Bronson Methodist Hospital, 601 John Street, Suite M-351 in Kalamazoo. They can be reached at (269) 341-8786.

About Bronson Methodist Hospital

Bronson Methodist Hospital, located at 601 John St. in downtown Kalamazoo, Mich., is the flagship of Bronson Healthcare Group, a not-for-profit healthcare system serving all of southwest Michigan and northern Indiana. With 405 licensed beds and all private rooms, Bronson Methodist Hospital provides care in virtually every specialty — cardiology, orthopedics, surgery, emergency medicine, neurology, oncology — with advanced capabilities in critical care as a Level I Trauma Center; in neurological care as a Joint Commission certified Primary Stroke Center; in cardiac care as the region’s first accredited Chest Pain Emergency Center; in obstetrics as the leading BirthPlace and only high-risk pregnancy center in southwest Michigan, and in pediatrics as one of only five children's hospitals in the state.

Bronson serves the largest percentage of Medicaid patients in the area and provides a substantial benefit to the community through outreach and charitable care. It is the recipient of the 2005 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the nation's highest presidential honor for quality and organizational performance excellence. In 2009, the hospital received the AHA McKesson Quest for Quality Prize awarded annually to only one U.S. hospital, was named one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals by Thomson Reuters, and joined the top five percent of hospitals in the nation to be designated a Magnet Hospital for Nursing Excellence. Bronson is also ranked in the top five percent of hospitals in the nation as a 2009-10 HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence. For more information, visit