In an effort to help staff maximize the features available through Office 365, we are highlighting O365 applications and uses each month, including an overview of the application, uses at Guthrie and helpful links to training.
When requesting badge access or deactivation for Guthrie entities, users may notice a new, cleaner look to the request form in the Badge Queue system. The integrated system has been upgraded and now includes Guthrie Cortland Medical Center.
When entering a ticket, the form has site-specific drop-down options. As a reminder, per Guthrie policy, employees may not submit their own request. Access or deactivation must be requested by the employee’s supervisor.
We’ve got physician openings. You’ve got physician contacts. Here’s your chance to make some extra money when you invite doctors you know to consider working for Guthrie.
Guthrie will pay you $100 for each of your physician referrals that we interview — and, for a limited time only, $20,000 for ENT or OBGYN doctors that you refer and we hire. Guthrie offers $10,000 for all other physician referrals we hire.
Guthrie employees who have been parking in Sayre High School’s Brock Street lot are asked to transition back to the Thomas Avenue lot by Friday, July 24. Beginning on Monday, July 27, Guthrie employees will no longer be permitted to park at the high school.
Also effective Monday, July 27, the Employee Shuttle Bus will resume normal pick up and drop off locations at the Sumner Lobby and School of Nursing. Masking and social distancing will continue on the buses, which will run at reduced capacity, so please plan for possible delays at peak shuttle times.
As COVID-19 cases continue to sharply increase across much of the country, Guthrie has modified employee travel guidelines to align with the NYS COVID-19 Travel Advisory.
The following states, in which 10% of the total population has tested positive for COVID-19 or the transmission rate is above 10 per 100,000 people on a rolling seven-day average, meet the criteria for quarantine:
The Guthrie Weight Loss Center and Wellness Committee will host a virtual Food Farm Family Festival, beginning on August 15. The virtual event will promote healthy living and provide links to 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. We will be bringing you more details in the coming weeks.
On Tuesday, July 21 at 10 a.m. the Responder 5 system will go out of service for approximately 3-4 hours. This will allow the vendor to update and migrate the system to new servers. An email will be sent to all users when the system is operational.
This outage does not affect the Nurse Call on patient care units. This only affects the 3rd party notifications (i.e. Alerts to Vocera) and the reporting system behind the scenes.
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.