While staying at the Valley Hospital, in Ridgewood, NJ,my friend received a treatment of Young Living oils by a nurse from the Valley's.  My friend even brought some oil to use at home.


3rd Largest Hospital Is Using Young Living Essential Oils In A HUGE WAY Now!

3rd Largest Hospital Is Using Essential Oils In A HUGE WAY Now!

by Terry Tillaart on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 at 4:57pm

***  Read this in it’s entirety, it says all that ever needed to be said :)

Dear Kristy and Jim,

Rick and I want to thank you so very much for all the educational opportunities you provided us over our winter time in Sarasota. We learned so much! We appreciate you passing on your vast knowledge to us–especially since we are not part of your organization. You both are so dear to us. I just wanted to share with you both how we are using Young Living Oils up in Cleveland.

Under the direction of Dr.Toby Cosgrove, a true visionary and President/CEO of The Cleveland Clinic-a $5 billion healthcare system, we became the first major academic medical center to make patient experience a strategic goal, and the first major healthcare system to appoint a Chief Experience Officer. We adopted the Planetree philosophy and have branded our own Cleveland Clinic version, Patients First. Our Patients First program assures world class care that addresses the patient’s physical comfort as well as their educational, emotional, and spiritual needs. Our Healing Services program is an integral part of our Patients First program and under the Integrative Therapies umbrella, the Healing Services Team provides Reiki, massage, guided imagery and aromatherapy to our staff and patients.

We initially began by using essential oils on our medical/surgical floor. We encouraged and gave financial assistance to the charge nurse to become a certified aromatherapist. She is now a member of both the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapists and the Alliance of International Aromatherapists, and has done a wonderful job of clinically integrating essential oils into our daily practice. In order to insure consistent quality, we use Young Living Oils exclusively. Most of the oils are used Neat, (undiluted), and others are diluted with extra virgin olive oil depending on each situation. We also diffuse Young Living Essential Oils at nursing stations, in our PACU, physician’s lounges, and in some offices.

Over the last year, our charge nurse has done several in-services and training sessions throughout the hospital. Through her tireless efforts she has created solid educational relationships with both our orthopedic and general surgery doctors, and regularly gets consults on all floors of the hospital. She is currently working to educate our medical doctors to get them on board as well.

We regularly treat gout, neuropathy, carpel tunnel, sinusitis, headaches, abdominal pain, kidney stone pain,neuralgia, tennis elbow, arthritis, back pain, leg cramps, post-op hip and knee pain and whatever else comes our way. Each patient’s need, including which Young Living Essential Oils were used, is documented in our electronic charting so we can track their outcomes. We always have a good stock of Young Living lavender, peppermint, Peace and Calming, lemongrass, Thieves and plenty of single oils to make blends for gout.

We have great expectations for the future of our aromatherapy program and hope to train enough folks to cover our Cancer Care Center and Pain Clinic, and look forward to the day we can do clinical studies on arthritis, post-op nausea, and hypertension.

We would never even entertain the idea of using any other essential oil in our hospital. Young Living Essential Oils not only provide us with the level of quality we expect, but they are always consistent in their formulation so we are assured of the best possible outcomes for our patients.

Again, thank you for all your help in educating us!

D.J.R., RRT, RM.Co-Chairman, Integrative Therapies,Cleveland Clinic Healing Services Team




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Hospitals Using Essential Oils

There is ample evidence that plant materials have healing properties and have been used by human beings for healing for centuries. Numerous research studies prove that various essential oils from plants have significant antimicrobial properties. This being the case, why aren’t they being widely used by doctors and hospitals? The truth is that they are being used in other parts of the world, especially in France, where the use of essential oils is an accepted and established specialty in medical practice.

We could speculate about the reasons essential oils are rarely used in U.S. hospitals. Is it because we are so enamored with modern technology that we overlook the fact that synthetic medicines always produce negative side effects? Or does the close relationship among doctors, hospitals, and the multibillion-dollar pharmaceutical industry have something to do with it? Is it a choice, a group of choices made in the past, a widely held belief system, a conspiracy? Many people have opinions; however, it is likely that a combination of many factors has brought us to the point where we are today. In our rush to seek out new answers, and in our belief that current science and technology are always correct and that new is always best, we can overlook the simple solutions to many problems that are simply right under our noses.

Fortunately, there are some signs that attitudes are changing. More and more doctors are interested in integrated, complimentary, and alternative medicine. Some hospitals, hospices, and nursing homes are using essential oils to deodorize their facilities, calm their patients, reduce cross infections, reduce the use of psychotropic drugs, increase appetite, increase the will to live, and increase patient reports of overall wellbeing. The following are just a few examples.

Alegent Health Bergan Mercy Medical Center, Omaha, NE
Aurora Healthcare System, Foxpoint, WI
Banner Health, Mesa, AZ
Beth Israel Complementary Care Center, New York, NY
Children’s Healthcare, Roseville, MN
Elk Regional Health Hospital, PA
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, AK
Florida Hospital Medical Center, Orlando, FL
Goshen General Hospital, Chardon, OH
Ingham Regional Medical Center, Lansing, MI
Kingston Hospital, Kingston, NY
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Oakland, CA
Manilaq Hospital, Kotzebue, AK
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
Mercy Holistic Health, Cincinnati, OH
Pinnacle Health, Harrisburg, PA
St. Barnabas Healthcare System, Toms River, NJ
St. Croix Valley Memorial, WI
St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Hartford, CT
St. John’s Riverside Medical Center, Yonkers, NY
St. Luke’s Medical Center, New Bedford, MA
Sentara Healthcare, Wilmington, DE
The Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ
University of Michigan Hospital, MI
Wishard Memorial Hospital, Indianapolis, IN

In Worchester Hospital in Hereford, England they did a six-month study in which they discovered that vaporizing lavender caused their patients to have more natural sleep patterns and made them less aggressive. Many patients were able to be weaned off tranquilizers altogether.

In Minneapolis, essential oils are used to reduce the wandering of elderly patients.

In Missouri, hospitals are using essential oils to prevent and eliminate mold from offices, surgeries, and intensive care units.

At Churchill Hospital in Oxford, England, many of the Alzheimers patents treated with essential oils have become more alert. Patients with dementia have become calmer.

St. Croix Valley Memorial Hospital in Wisconsin uses essential oils throughout the lobby, at the nurses’ stations, and the emergency waiting room. Anxiety relieving essential oils are used.

At Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, they tested the anxiety level of patients going through MRI. Forty-two patients breathed normal air, and thirty-eight breathed air with essential oils; 63% of those exposed to the aromatic oils experienced reduced anxiety levels.

At St. John's and St. Elizabeth's Hospital in London, most of the midwives have become trained aromatherapists. They use essential oils from the beginning of pregnancy through the aftercare.

At Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton, England, thirty-six patients in the intensive-care and coronary-care units were tested to determine whether there was any benefit to using essential oils combined with massage. The control group received nothing, a second group received massage without essential oils, and a third group received aromatherapy massage. The patients’ progress was followed over a five week period. Systolic blood pressure (the first number of a blood-pressure reading) dropped 50% for those who received aromatherapy with massage, 40% with massage alone, and 16% for the control group. Respiratory rates decreased by 75% for the aromatherapy group, 41% for massage alone, and 16% in the control group. Heart rate decreased by 91% for the aromatherapy group, 58% for those receiving massage alone, and 41% for the control group.

In Jersey City, New Jersey, two elder-care facilities diffused essential oils for 15-30 minutes twice a day in the lounge and in the common rooms and records indicated that the use of psychotropic drugs was reduced by nearly 50% over a three-month period.


Here is the update as of 4/22/2013

Hospitals and Medical Centers that use Young Living
posted at Pine-Hill Yahoo Young Living group
Hello Oilers,

As I promised, here is the listing of hospital and medical centers that use
Young Living.

Hospitals and Medical Centers around the world that use Young Living Essential
Oils


Alegent Health Bergan Mercy Medical Center, Omaha, NE
Aurora Healthcare System, Foxpoint, WI
Banner Health, Mesa, AZ
Benedictine Hospital, NY
Beth Israel Complementary Care Center, New York
Children's Healthcare, Roseville, MN
Children's National Medical Center, Washington, DC
The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY NY
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, Englewood, NJ
Elk Regional Health Hospital, PA
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, AK
Florida Hospital Medical Center, Orlando, FL
Goshen General Hospital, Chardon, OH
Hackensack Medical Center (pediatrics), NJ
Ingham Regional Medical Center, Lansing, MI
Kingston Hospital, Kingston, NY
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Oakland, CA
Manilaq Hospital, Kotzebue, AK
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
Mercy Holistic Health, Cincinnati, OH
Pinnacle Health, Harrisburg, PA
St. Barnabas Healthcare System, Toms River, NJ
St. Charles Healthcare Bend, OR
St. Charles Healthcare Redmond, OR
St. Croix Valley Memorial, WI
St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Hartford, CT
St. John's Riverside Medical Center, Yonkers, NY
St. Luke's Medical Center, New Bedford, MA
Sentara Healthcare, Wilmington, DE
The Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ
UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles, California
University of Michigan Hospital, MI
Wishard Memorial Hospital, Indianapolis, IN

In Worchester Hospital in Hereford, England they did a six-month study in which
they discovered that vaporizing lavender caused their patients to have more
natural sleep patterns and made them less aggressive. Many patients were able to
be weaned off tranquilizers altogether.
In Minneapolis, essential oils are used to reduce the wandering of elderly
patients.
In Missouri, hospitals are using essential oils to prevent and eliminate mold
from offices, surgeries, and intensive care units.
At Churchill Hospital in Oxford, England


Therapeutic grade essential oils, when diffused, clean and purify the air of
bacteria, mold and fungus. They also have a calming and uplifting effect on the
staff and patients.






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