Guthrie is looking for qualified candidates to fill the following positions:
Job #113622 – Financial Decision Support Analyst, Finance – Full Time, Sayre Job #113531 – Paralegal, Legal Department – Full Time, Sayre Job #113931 – Supervisor, Registration, Emergency Services – Full Time, Sayre
There is now a form for employees to utilize when taking uniform items to an approved vendor to have the Guthrie Logo applied. This approval form must be signed by the employee’s supervisor prior to taking items to the vendor. As the uniform initiative expands, this form will give us a tool to track and trend.
The form is available on the Guthrie intranet here. We are having a “soft start” using the form for the next four weeks and it will become mandatory beginning April 1, 2019.
Enjoy a round of golf and support the Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital Auxiliary on May 15 at the Towanda Country Club. Lunch is at 12 p.m. and golf starts at 1 p.m. Snack, beverages, raffles and door prizes will also be available. Tickets are $85 for members and $100 for nonmembers. Sponsorships are still available.
For more information, contact Kathie Becker at 570-637-1594.
The coffee shop in the clinic atrium on the Guthrie Sayre Campus has been proudly serving Starbucks since its grand opening on Feb. 4. In preparation for the opening, the coffee shop team was trained by staff from Starbucks and received Starbucks certification. This in-depth training included exact measurements, including the amounts of ice that drinks must contain and the stirring process.
The new cafe is the result of many months of planning, including surveys to seek feedback from Guthrie staff and an analysis of other options currently available in the community.
Do you have questions about your credit report? What influences your credit score? What appears on a credit report and how often should you check yours? Join us on March 18 at 3 p.m. for "Solving the Mystery of a Credit Report", presented by Patricia Roma, business development officer at Visions Federal Credit Union. The class will take place in the Science Lecture Room on the Guthrie Sayre Campus or via Skype by dialing 7350 + Conference ID: 90248929.
Beginning March 1, patients in Sayre will have a new way to recognize staff who go above and beyond, through the Shooting Star program. Shooting Stars are employees who provide high-quality customer service by demonstrating excellence in communication, patient-centeredness, professionalism, teamwork, respect and dignity, or responsiveness. Patients who want to recognize an employee for one or more of these traits can submit a nomination card; the nom
Guthrie has recently established a relationship with Sock Out Cancer, LLC, a nonprofit initiative formed to help families who have been faced with a cancer diagnosis. We are on a mission to sell their socks to help cancer patients in need.
50% of the sale for each $10 pair of socks (+ tax where applicable) helps financially burdened cancer patients and their families with non-medical necessities which allows the patient to concentrate on fighting cancer. Socks are available at all Guthrie hospital gift shops.
In order to provide guidance and standardization surrounding the expectations of medication use and management between our patients and their clinicians, the Opioid Stewardship members and Primary Care Physician Leadership have worked diligently to develop one standard agreement and a policy to direct its use.
Effective Friday, March 1, 2019, all practices are to use one standard Medication Use Agreement which, once completed by the patient and the provider, must be scanned into the Epic record under document type “Med Use Agreement”.