The Guthrie Veterans Recognition and Awareness Committee has installed educational displays at each of Guthrie’s five hospitals to recognize the military service of veterans in the communities that Guthrie serves.
The displays will be in place through Memorial Day and feature information about the history of medicine in the military.
This initiative is one of many that the committee has undertaken since its establishment in 2014 to recognize, support and honor Guthrie staff and patients who have served or are currently serving in the United States Armed Forces.
Emergencies happen all around us, when we least expect them. To help the community be better prepared, Guthrie offers a number of courses designed to teach people life-saving techniques that can be used in everyday scenarios.
In conjunction with National Stop the Bleed Day on May 23, Guthrie Trauma experts raised awareness about emergency preparedness and demonstrated things that can be done in certain situations to help save lives.
The new catering system will go live on June 21, 2019. It replaces the existing Lotus Notes catering system which will retire on June 30, 2019, along with the entire Lotus Notes system.
Future orders and recurring orders currently in the Lotus Notes catering system will not be imported into the new catering system. All orders with a date of July 6, 2019 or later must be entered into the new catering system.
Save These Dates! Join Guthrie EVP and Chief Operating Officer Paul VerValin and leaders at each Guthrie hospital as they host town hall meetings. Paul will discuss the state of the business across the Guthrie system and will host an open dialogue.