As a reminder, non-Guthrie collateral, including fundraising flyers or discount offers may not be posted in any Guthrie facility. The Social group on Workplace is provided for this purpose and is a great place to share information about community events, fundraisers or other activities.
The Compliance 360 policy system will undergo system maintenance this Saturday, May 18 from 10 p.m. until Sunday, May 19 at 2 a.m. (approximately four hours). There will be periods of downtime when Compliance 360 will not be available. Departments should maintain printed copies of policies that can be utilized if needed during downtime.
As of Wednesday, May 15, the Corning Hospital Clinical Engineering Department has migrating their Clinical Engineering work request application from Lotus Notes to Sharepoint. When you select the link from the intranet page you will be directed to a Sharepoint list, as seen below.
To add a new Clinical Engineering work request, click the plus sign next to the word “New”. This will open a form. Fill out the form completely and click the “Submit" button. Upon submitting the request, you will be returned to the Sharepoint list where you will see your entry.
The new East Corning Medical Office Building will soon welcome its first patients and Guthrie employees are invited to take a sneak peek. Employees are invited to tour the new facility on Wednesday, May 29 from 4-6 p.m. The following services will be located in this new innovative space:
Guthrie is proud to announce that is has been named a WalkWorks affiliate. WalkWorks is a network of fun, fact-filled, community-based walking routes and walking groups. As a local affiliate, Guthrie has worked with the Sayre Borough to establish a 2-mile walking route around the Guthrie Sayre campus.
Guthrie Nursing Assistant Judy Rosencrance took quick action when she witnessed a gentleman in need of assistance in a grocery store parking lot. Judy recognized the immediate need for intervention and without hesitation, initiated CPR.
After a short stay at Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital, the patient, 85-year-old Thomas Myers, was released and able to return home to his family.
As part of Health Care Week 2019, Guthrie leaders battled for bragging rights in the kitchen. The Battle of the Chefs took place on Thursday, May 16 in the Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital Cafeteria. Chefs were presented with the same recipe and ingredients and given a brief time to prepare the dish.
Congratulations to all our winners and thank you to our judges!
Congratulations to Internal Medicine Resident Dr. Subash Ghimire and Family Medicine Resident Dr. Zachary Dewar, recipients of the Dr. Robert E. Cohen Professionalism Award. The award is given to a resident or fellow who exemplifies professionalism and excellence in all aspects of patient care and interactions with staff and colleagues.