This month there will be two CEO videos which will share stories about quality and safety initiatives at Guthrie. In this week's video, Dr. Scopelliti spoke with Director of the Guthrie Clinic Pharmacy, Joe Mihalek to learn more about a program called Meds to Beds. This program gives patients direct acess to a pharmacist to deliver and explain each of their medications right at their bedside. Click below to view the video behind the Guthrie firewall, or click here to view it on YouTube.
This month, Dr. Scopelliti spent some time in Troy and Towanda, speaking to staff about how we all work together as a system. Click below to watch the video behind the Guthrie firewall, or click here to watch it on YouTube.
The Emergency Department at Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital would like to thank teacher Ashley Koopmann and Sayre Area High School art students for the great job they did bringing some festive designs to the Emergency Department. Students spent two mornings in the ED and did an amazing job with festive window paintings throughout the department. Patients, visitors and staff alike have enjoyed the winter themed designs.
The launch of the Patient Access Revenue Cycle (PARC) project is just around the corner and training is in full swing. Many people across Guthrie are involved in making this project a success. Take a look at this video from Paul VerValin and Bert Robles for more on what’s happening now and at launch.
Staff at Guthrie Corning Hospital held an ugly sweater contest. First prize for an individual went to Joyce Lott from the Recovery Unit, first prize for a department was awarded to patient registration and the wound care team in a tie vote.
The Skilled Nursing Unit at Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital hosted a Halloween party this month. Special thanks to Crystal Swackhamer and her daughter Miarah Leiser for providing residents with Halloween outfits, make up and accessories.
On Oct. 31, Guthrie Corning Hospital's patients were treated to care by our super staff dressed as some beloved superheroes. For the first annual "Superheros in Scrubs" costume contest event Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Superman, Spiderman, Wonder Woman, and even some new superheros, the Power Puff Infection Prevention Girls, helped to bring smiles and healing to the patients at the Hospital.