The Guthrie Veterans Recognition and Awareness Committee was established in 2014 to recognize, support and honor Guthrie staff and patients who have served or are currently serving in the United States Armed Forces. One of the activities of the committee is to highlight Guthrie employees who have served in the military.
Congratulations to the Mansfield University/Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital Radiologic Technology Class of 2020!
The Radiologic Technology Program is a full-time, two-year JRCERT-accredited Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree program. The Robert Packer Hospital Radiologic Technology program began enrolling students in 1958, affiliated with Mansfield University (formerly Mansfield State College) Department of Health Sciences in 1973 and has since graduated over 500 Radiologic Technologists. Many of these graduates have chosen to become long-time employees of Guthrie.
As part of our continued response to the COVID 19 pandemic, we have made some changes to door access on the Sayre Campus. Many of the exterior doors are now secured and require ID badge access to open. Employees will be required to use their ID badge to gain access to select doors 24/7. As part of the access control plan, all employees should be able to use their badge on the following doors:
The Guthrie Weight Loss Center and Wellness Committee will host a virtual Food Farm Family Festival from Aug. 15-21. Community members will be able to access the virtual event through a link that will take them to a website where they will be able to access online resources including educational videos, demonstrations, and local vendors selling healthy produce and other goods. The event, usually held in Howard Elmer Park, will be held virtually this year to comply with social distancing guidelines related to COVID-19.
In this month’s two-part CEO video, Dr. Scopelliti discusses how the current health crisis has impacted our routines and left many feeling anxious, both at work and at home. Learn how we can adapt during these challenging times. Part II will run next Friday.
In light of the circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, many events have been canceled or will be rescheduled for a later date. Click here for an updated list of postponed and canceled events.
Guthrie Occupational Medicine physicians participated in the first ever Sayre Occupational Medicine Physicians “Tie One On, Docs” Friendly Tie Competition in May. The event consisted of five days of competitive tie-wearing judged by the Occupational Medicine staff.
The annual training modules have been assigned to you and are available via Guthrie Learn. They are due to be completed no later than October 31. This year, the annual training modules are 15 minutes less in length and yet remain compliant with all regulatory requirements. In an effort for managers to be prepared for the annual training, we’ve provided a document that provides a simple step-by-step approach on how to review direct reports, change reporting relationships in Peoplesoft, and leverage team monitor in Guthrie Learn to view status of completions.