In the December CEO video, Dr. Joseph Scopelliti and departments across the organization discuss the season of giving, the importance of connecting with each other and some of the great progress that has been made this year.
This month, Dr. Scopelliti invites Staci Thompson, Executive VP, Performance Management Office, to talk about Performance 2021, a two-year strategic initiative to accelerate our efforts to transform the way we work and deliver care.
In the September CEO video, Dr. Joseph Scopelliti highlights Guthrie’s recent Epic Gold Stars Level 9 recognition. Terri Couts and Dr. Phillip Snider tell us more about what this achievement means for our organization.
Guthrie was the presenting sponsor of two scholarships given during the Night of Champions awards dinner hosted by ESPN Ithaca on June 9 in Ithaca.
Awards for Coaches of the Year were given on behalf of Guthrie to Alicia Learn, girls’ basketball coach at Watkins Glen High School and Benji Parkes, boys' soccer coach at Lansing High School. These coaches are then able to select a student from their team to receive the scholarships. Students receiving the scholarships are Taylor Kelly at Watkins Glen High School and Matthew Kirkwood at Lansing High School.
The Employee Referral Program gives you the ability to earn a little extra money while also contributing to the growth of our team members. Employees of Guthrie receive a $7,500 bonus when referring an external experienced RN and/or a $2,500 bonus for an external experienced LPN to Guthrie. Note: At the current time this bonus does not apply to employees at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center.
In the June CEO Video, Dr. Joseph Scopelliti talks about how we can inspire our communities to live healthier by being physically active and discusses some of the events Guthrie is sponsoring this summer.
In the May CEO Video, Dr. Joseph Scopelliti and senior leaders talk about how every member of the Guthrie team can demonstrate patient centeredness by respecting the privacy of each patient at the highest level possible.