Friday Facts

COVID Vaccine: Vaccinations Offered at New Locations

Due to decreased vaccine demand, Guthrie is adjusting its vaccine clinic hours and making plans to close the clinic at the end of the month.

The Guthrie vaccine clinic, located at 2900 Elmira St. in Sayre, is accepting walk-ins on the following dates and times and will be closed after July 30. The vaccine being offered at this clinic is the Pfizer vaccine, making those age 12 and up eligible to receive it.

  • July 28-30: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Effective immediately, the Pfizer vaccine is available at several Guthrie Primary Care locations. For a full list of locations, go to guthrie.org/vaccine. Walk-ins are welcome at all of these locations, but appointments are encouraged. Call 866-488-4743 to schedule an appointment.

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Guthrie's Next President and CEO

Dr. SabaneghDr. Edmund Sabanegh has been selected and approved by the Board of Directors of The Guthrie Clinic as the new President and CEO. He will assume this role effective September 13, 2021.

Dr. Sabanegh (pronounced sah-BAHN-nee) joins Guthrie from the Cleveland Clinic where, among other roles, he served as President for Cleveland Clinic Main Campus and Regional Hospitals. He brings nearly 30 years of physician executive experience in large practice health care and academic systems to Guthrie.

Dr. Sabanegh is a urologist and served as the chair of the Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Urology for eight years. Under his leadership, the Urology program was ranked number one in the nation by US News. He also helped prepare the next generation of urologic surgeons as part of the senior teaching staff at Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner College of Medicine.

Dr. Sabanegh’s experience also includes 21 years of service in the United States Air Force where he held several executive roles, including Chief of Medical Staff, chief consultant for the Surgeon General, and Chief Operating Officer at the largest Air Force hospital in the world. In those roles, he and his team were responsible for providing the highest quality peacetime care to military beneficiaries while ensuring readiness for health care team deployments throughout the world. 

Dr. Joseph Scopelliti will remain at Guthrie through a transition period in September to ensure a smooth, well-planned succession. We look forward to welcoming Dr. Sabanegh to Guthrie in the fall and expect to share additional communications from him in the coming months as he makes his transition to our organization.

For more information about Dr. Sabanegh and his previous experience, click here.

Guthrie Names New SVP-Chief Information Officer

TerriTerri Couts, MHA, RN, has been named SVP-Chief Information Officer for Guthrie, effective August 8, 2021.

As the current VP-Epic Program, Clinical Systems and Integration, Terri has provided exceptional leadership for several projects since joining Guthrie in 2016. She led Guthrie to achieve Epic STARS 10 status, placing Guthrie among a group of less than 10 organizations that have received this distinction. Terri has over a decade of experience in electronic medical record implementation, Epic software and systems, and health and imaging informatics. In her new role, Terri will provide executive oversight, vision and support for patient, clinical and business applications, leading Guthrie’s IT strategy.

Terri holds an Associate Degree in Nursing from Stark State College of Technology, a Bachelor of Arts in Education from University of Akron and a Master of Health Administration from University of Phoenix.

Congratulations, Terri!

Guthrie Welcomes New EVP and Chief Nursing Officer

Deb RaupersGuthrie welcomes Debra “Deb” Raupers, RN, who returns to Guthrie as our new EVP and Chief Nursing Officer. Deb’s start date will be Monday, July 19.

Deb is a Senior Nurse Executive with over 30 years of diverse health care experience. She is a leader with demonstrated ability to improve patient safety and quality outcomes while improving the patient experience and practice environment. During her career, Deb led Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital in the attainment of Magnet accreditation, recognizing nursing excellence, and was part of the leadership team for the construction of the new Guthrie Corning Hospital. Most recently, she has had executive oversight of clinical operations for nursing at Cayuga Health System. Deb has her Master of Science in Nursing from University of Phoenix and is an active member of the American Organization of Nursing Leadership.

Please welcome Deb back to Guthrie!

Guthrie Welcomes New Providers

Guthrie is pleased to welcome the following new providers who recently joined the organization:

Sindhu Mala, MD - Pediatrics
Sumathyuthee Kamalakannan, MD - Pediatrics
Melissa O’Banion, PA-C - Family Medicine
Jessica Campbell, FNP-C - Family Medicine
Naiman Fenech, MD - Anesthesiology 
Liang Ge, MD - Emergency Medicine
Nirajan Adhikari, MD - Hospitalist
Renato Bobadilla, MD - Hospitalist
Luz Perdomo, MD - Hospitalist
Dawn Carpenter, DNP, ACNP-BC, CCRN - Trauma/Acute Care Surgery
Anne McClenachan, CRNA - Anesthesiology

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Guthrie Chairman of Orthopedics Elected as ASES Candidate Member

Dr. ChoiJoseph Choi, MD, PhD, MHA, Chairman of Orthopedics, was elected to the ranks of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) as a Candidate Member. Candidate membership in ASES is an honor only awarded to young orthopedic surgeons who have completed a fellowship in shoulder surgery, elbow surgery, and/or sports medicine.

Membership in the society is by invitation only and candidates must demonstrate active involvement in scientific and clinical orthopedic education and be recommended by his/her Fellowship Program Director. Dr. Choi, in his twelfth year in practice at Guthrie, is the only Candidate Member of the society in the region.

 ASES was created to enhance the study of shoulder and elbow surgery, and to foster advances in the field, serving as an educational body responsible for scientific programs and advances.

Congratulations, Dr. Choi!

 

Celebrating New Providers and Employees at Guthrie Welcome Event

Guthrie is inviting all employees to welcome providers and employees who have joined the organization within the past 12 months at an Employee Welcome Event. Open to all employees and their families, the welcome event will be held during the Ferrario Elmira Jazz Festival on Saturday, Aug. 21 at Thorne Street Park, 500 Thorne Street in Horseheads, N.Y. Employees and providers must show their Guthrie badge for free admission for themselves and their family. Gates open at 10:30 a.m. and the event begins at noon. The last act begins at 3 p.m. Come for all or part of the day. Guthrie will have a tent, but employees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and coolers with food and drink. Food will also be available for purchase.

The event does not require registration, however, for planning purposes Guthrie is asking all new employees to RSVP to the Employee Welcome Event on Workplace by clicking here to indicate the number attending.

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Updated COVID Disaster Pay Algorithm

Guthrie’s COVID Disaster Pay Algorithm has been modified to include new guidelines recently enacted by OSHA.

With this change, Guthrie will now be coding disaster pay for the full period that an employee is quarantined or mandated by their manager, in consultation with the Employee Health Office (EHO), to be out of work. Disaster pay ends when the employee is released to return to work by a licensed provider, EHO, or the Department of Health. If an employee refuses to take a COVID test or does not follow the recommendations of EHO with testing/quarantine, then disaster pay will end.

If you have any questions, please contact our Employee Experience Team at employeerelations@guthrie.org.

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Annual Performance Review Process is Underway

After taking a year off from the annual performance review process during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is time to look ahead and create goals for continued success of the organization. This year’s Annual Performance Review (APR) process is underway and will conclude on Oct. 31. The process will look similar to years past but will be easier and less time consuming for employees and managers.

Performance reviews offer an opportunity to provide valuable feedback, recognize quality performance and set expectations for future job performance. APRs encourage us to perform at our best and feel valued at Guthrie.

While the peer review portion has been removed from the APR process for most employees, RNs at Robert Packer and Corning hospitals will still be required to complete this portion for Guthrie to meet Magnet requirements. APRs are required for per diem employees, but not for employees on leave. Employees who were hired between April 1, 2021 and June 30, 2021, only need to complete the goals section of the APR for next year and can skip the overall results section.

Additional important information pertaining to these special circumstances can be found on the Annual Performance Review page under the Human Resources tab on the Intranet. If you have any questions, please contact Michele Browning in Employee Relations at 570-887-4929 or by email at michele.browning@guthrie.org.

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New Mobile App Offers Benefits Information on the Go

A new app, available now from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, makes accessing your health and benefits information easier than ever.

With iNGAGED you can:

  • View Guthrie benefit plans, resources, and documentation, 24/7.
  • Access carrier policy information and group numbers.
  • Quickly contact a benefit carrier using the “tap to call” feature in the app.
  • Keep up to date with important company announcements via app push notifications.
  • Store an image of your ID card in your app.
  • Enrolled dependents are invited to access iNGAGED too.

In addition to the app, you can also access this information online at https://ingagedbenefits.com. Non-union employees should use the company code "Guthrie" and union employees should use the code "Corning" to login.

Though the website will not reflect current benefits for Cortland employees until January, Cortland employees and those without standard Guthrie benefits can still use the resource for information on discounts, wellness, and retirement.

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Cortland Memorial Foundation's Golf Classic Tournament

The Cortland Memorial Foundation (CMF) 18th Annual Golf Classic will take place on Aug. 9 at the Cortland Country Club. Join us for a day of fun, golf and fine food while benefiting a great cause. Proceeds from the event support the Cortland Memorial Foundation's mission to support programs and services at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center.

For more information, sponsorship opportunities or to register, click here.

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Guthrie Gala – Save the Date

We are excited to announce that the 2021 Guthrie Gala will be held in-person on Saturday, Sept. 11 at the Tioga Downs Event Center. The theme for the event is “Casino Royale.”

The Guthrie Gala is the premier fundraising event for the Sayre House of Hope, raising over $900,000 in the past 13 years. The Sayre House of Hope provides patients and their family members with a much-needed place to stay while patients receive treatment at The Guthrie Clinic.

In fiscal year 2021, the Sayre House of Hope received hundreds of applications from families far and wide. Over 60% of those who stayed at the Sayre House of Hope did so for no charge, or at a reduced rate. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, the Sayre House of Hope’s doors remained open to all who needed comfort and shelter.

To find out how you can support the 2021 Guthrie Gala, visit www.guthrie.org/gala for full sponsorship opportunities. Ticket sale details will be announced soon.

Guthrie Gala

 

Diversity and Inclusion Workplace Group Now Live

Our mission at Guthrie guides us to ensure an environment that respects and values diversity, providing equitable treatment to all who work, learn, and receive care here. As the cultural landscape of the communities we serve continues to evolve, we have rededicated ourselves to increasing these efforts. We envision a Guthrie where inclusion, diversity, and equity are a part of everything we do.

While we recognize this is a journey that will take time, it is one we are committed to. We are working hard to ensure that our organization is one that is welcoming to every person, every time. To help the Guthrie Diversity and Inclusion Coalition collect input from and evoke thought in our employees, a Diversity and Inclusion Workplace group has been established. You can access that Workplace group by clicking here.

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Foundations Early Learning Center Open House

Foundations Early Learning Center, located at 1000 North Elmer Ave in Sayre, will hold an Open House event on Wednesday, July 21 from 4-7 p.m. Employees are invited to bring the whole family and let the children explore the brand new, state-of-the-art facility. Families will also have the opportunity to meet the staff and ask questions about enrollment.

No RSVP is necessary. For more information, visit the Foundations Early Learning Center website at www.foundationslc.com.

Foundations Open House

 

Guthrie Hospice Volunteers Needed

Guthrie Hospice is seeking new volunteers for daytime and evening hours to provide support for our hospice patients and their families. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age, must have parental consent if under 18, and have a current driver’s license.

Volunteer duties can include any of the following: visiting with patients in their homes or residences, reading or other activities the patient enjoys; practical assistance such as light laundry, light housekeeping, and light meal preparation; providing respite care for patient caregivers so they can get out of the house to take some time for themselves or run errands.

The next training session will begin soon. Training will be held at the Guthrie Hospice office at 421 Tomahawk Road in Towanda from 1-5 p.m. beginning Aug. 16 and will continue every Monday and Thursday for the remainder of the month of August. All sessions must be attended, and a total of 16 hours will be completed.

For more information or to register, please contact Guthrie Hospice at 570-265-8615.

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Guthrie Offering New Referral Programs

The Nursing Support Referral Program takes place from now until Sept. 7 and offers employees who refer a nursing support position including Patient Care Partners, Unit Clerk/Care Partners, Patient Care Technicians, Specialty Unit Techs, and Certified Nursing Assistants at any of our five hospital locations a $1,000 referral bonus and chances to win great prizes.

The Anesthesiology Physician Referral Program takes place from now until Sept. 30 and offers employees $20,000 when we hire an anesthesiology physician and $10,000 for all other specialty physicians that you refer. Guthrie will also pay you $100 for each of your referrals we interview.

To submit a referral, visit http://www.guthrie.net/physician-recruitment. For questions, contact the Physician Recruitment office by calling 1-800-724-1295 or email Angelina.Carpenter@guthrie.org.

Employee Referral

 

Guthrie Chief of Pediatrics to Present on Child and Teen Mental Wellness

Dr. HeavnerGuthrie Chief of Pediatrics Philip Heavner, MD, will give a presentation on mental wellness in children and teens on Wednesday, July 28 at 7 p.m. at Valley United Presbyterian Church located at 459 Park Ave in Waverly.

This presentation will help parents, guardians, teachers, or anyone who works closely with children to learn more about the factors that influence the mental wellness of children and how to balance their social needs during this time of uncertainty. Dr. Heavner will focus on social determinants of health, adverse childhood events and the COVID pandemic and their effects on children's mental health.

This event is free and open to the public. No RSVP is needed.

ATA Portal and Webclock Downtime

The ATA Portal and WebClock will be down from 10 p.m. to Midnight on Saturday, July 17. All timeclocks will undergo a reboot starting at 11:30 p.m. on this date. Employees working during this downtime should be prepared to clock in via timeclock. If both timeclock and WebClock are unavailable, please communicate with your manager and/or fill out a time correction form.

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Guthrie Heart & Sole 5k Raises $1,720 for AHA

The Guthrie Heart & Sole 5K at the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open took place on July 3 at En-Joie Golf Course in Endicott, following the second round of professional golf at the Dick's Open. The race raised $1,720 for the American Heart Association. 72 runners participated in the race, including some Guthrie employees.

Save the date for next year’s race on Aug. 20, 2022.

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Project Monarch has Launched "Changes in the Wings"

Guthrie’s Project Monarch is pleased to launch Changes in the Wings, monthly infograms that describe the exciting changes taking place with our transformation to Oracle Cloud.

Each "Wings" will highlight a key change from a People, Process, or Technology perspective, including the benefits of the change and the effects on day-to-day activities. Managers and supervisors are encouraged to share this information with their teams and discuss what it means to them.

Visit the Project Monarch site for Changes in the Wings to keep current with what’s going to be new and different when we take flight in the Cloud!

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Save the Date: Free Entry for Guthrie Employees to Elmira Jazzfest

After a year hiatus due to COVID, the Elmira Economic Opportunity Program Ferrario Elmira Jazz Festival returns this summer! This year’s event will be held August 20-21 at Thorne Street Park in Horseheads. Guthrie employees and their families receive free entry to Day 2 of the festival on Saturday, August 21.

More information about the Jazzfest can be found by clicking here. Watch Friday Facts and Workplace in the coming weeks for more information about Guthrie activities at the event.

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Annual Performance Review Process is Underway

After taking a year off from the annual performance review process during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is time to look ahead and create goals for continued success of the organization. This year’s Annual Performance Review (APR) process is underway and will conclude on Oct. 31. The process will look similar to years past but will be easier and less time consuming for employees and managers.

Performance reviews offer an opportunity to provide valuable feedback, recognize quality performance and set expectations for future job performance. APRs encourage us to perform at our best and feel valued at Guthrie.

While the peer review portion has been removed from the APR process for most employees, RNs at Robert Packer and Corning hospitals will still be required to complete this portion for Guthrie to meet Magnet requirements. APRs are required for per diem employees, but not for employees on leave. Employees who were hired between April 1, 2021 and June 30, 2021, only need to complete the goals section of the APR for next year and can skip the overall results section.

Additional important information pertaining to these special circumstances can be found on the Annual Performance Review page under the Human Resources tab on the Intranet. If you have any questions, please contact Michele Browning in Employee Relations at 570-887-4929 or by email at michele.browning@guthrie.org.

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A Healthy Step: GCMC Employee Gym Back Open

The employee gym at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center is back open. All staff members are welcome to use the facility, 24/7 with badge access. The employee gym is located on the third floor of the hospital.

The following safety guidelines must be followed: 

  • Non-vaccinated employees must wear a mask
  • Masks are not required for vaccinated employees
  • Occupancy limit is three people at any time in the gym, regardless of vaccination status
  • Please use sign-in sheet upon arrival
  • All employees must clean equipment after each use
  • Environmental Services will clean the gym nightly
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Complete Your Annual Training Modules

Guthrie’s Annual Training for the fiscal year 2021-2022 is now available on Guthrie Learn. To access the required education, visit https://guthrie.learn.taleo.net, enter your Guthrie username and password, click on “My Training to Complete” and then click “Play” under the title of the appropriate education module. You do not need to remote into your computer to access Guthrie Learn.

Employees must complete this training by Oct. 31, 2021. Please make every effort to complete the modules on time to keep Guthrie compliant with regulatory requirements and avoid potential findings/penalties by regulatory entities.

More information on how to access the training can be found by clicking here. For additional support, call the IS Help Desk at 570-887-5380 or email Learn@guthrie.org.

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Food Farm Family Festival

Join the Guthrie Weight Loss Center and Wellness Committee for the 3rd annual Food Farm Family Festival! The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7 in Howard Elmer Park in Sayre and will feature more than 30 local vendors selling healthy produce and other goods. 

Stop by for this fun, family event and learn more about Blue Zones, an exciting healthy living initiative coming to our community. For more about the Blue Zones initiative and how it could help you and your family live longer, happier lives, click here.

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Food Farm Family Festival

Join the Guthrie Weight Loss Center and Wellness Committee for the 3rd annual Food Farm Family Festival! The event is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7 in Howard Elmer Park in Sayre and will feature more than 30 local vendors selling healthy produce and other goods, including Tioga Tae Kwon Do, Project Grow, Maple Front Farm, Mastracchio's Bakery and more.

Stop by for this fun, family event and learn more about Blue Zones, an exciting healthy living initiative coming to our community. Look for more information in the weeks to come.

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EAP Offers Resources to Manage Caregiver Stress

July’s EAP theme is Caregiver Stress: When Life Becomes Work. Although caregiving has many rewards, it can also have an impact on your own well-being as roles shift and responsibilities are juggled. Equip yourself to manage these challenges with the following free resources.

A flash course on caregiver stress is available by clicking here. You can also learn more in-depth information on this topic with a live webinar on July 28 at noon, titled “Managing Eldercare Responsibilities.” Click here to register. If you are unable to attend, a recorded version will be available on the Employee Assistance page on the Intranet, as well as posted on Workplace.

For confidential guidance, support, resources, and referrals to help you or a loved one who is struggling with these topics, help is available 24/7 by calling SupportLinc at 1-866-838-3271.

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Guthrie Gala – Save the Date

We are excited to announce that the 2021 Guthrie Gala will be held in-person on Saturday, Sept. 11 at the Tioga Downs Event Center. The theme for the event is “Casino Royale.”

The Guthrie Gala is the premier fundraising event for the Sayre House of Hope, raising over $900,000 in the past 13 years. The Sayre House of Hope provides patients and their family members with a much-needed place to stay while patients receive treatment at The Guthrie Clinic.

In fiscal year 2021, the Sayre House of Hope received hundreds of applications from families far and wide. Over 60% of those who stayed at the Sayre House of Hope did so for no charge, or at a reduced rate. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, the Sayre House of Hope’s doors remained open to all who needed comfort and shelter.

To find out how you can support the 2021 Guthrie Gala, visit www.guthrie.org/gala for full sponsorship opportunities. Ticket sale details will be announced soon.

Gala

 

Guthrie Offering New Referral Programs

The Nursing Support Referral Program is in place now until Sept. 7 and offers employees who refer someone to a nursing support position including Patient Care Partners, Unit Clerk/Care Partners, Patient Care Technicians, Specialty Unit Techs, and Certified Nursing Assistants at any of our five hospital locations a $1,000 referral bonus and chances to win great prizes.

The Anesthesiology Physician Referral Program is available now until Sept. 30 and offers employees $20,000 when we hire an anesthesiology physician and $10,000 for all other specialty physicians that you refer. Guthrie will also pay you $100 for each of your referrals we interview.

To submit a referral, visit http://www.guthrie.net/physician-recruitment. For questions, contact the Physician Recruitment office by calling 1-800-724-1295 or email Angelina.Carpenter@guthrie.org.

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This Week on Workplace

New Provider Breakfast

Dr. Bloom hosted his monthly New Provider Breakfast.

Faculty of the Year Award

Gastroenterology Fellows presented a Faculty of the Year Award to Dr. Michael Georgetson and welcomed new first-year fellows.

first picnic of the year

Residents of the Towanda Personal Care Home had their first picnic of the year.

neighborhood meeting

Cortland residents attended a neighborhood meeting to discuss a proposal to permanently close a portion of Alvena Avenue, part of an effort that includes a major renovation of the Alvena Avenue parking lot and an upgrade to the Guthrie Cortland Medical Center entrance.

Click here to visit Workplace where you can see and post stories like these and much more.

Cortland Memorial Foundation's Golf Classic Tournament

The Cortland Memorial Foundation (CMF) 18th Annual Golf Classic will take place on Aug. 9 at the Cortland Country Club. Join us for a day of fun, golf and fine food while benefiting a great cause. Proceeds from the event support the Cortland Memorial Foundation's mission to support programs and services at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center.

For more information, sponsorship opportunities or to register, click here.

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Events Across the Guthrie System

EAP Managing Eldercare Responsibilities Webinar – 12 p.m. on Wednesday, July 28. Click here to register.

Food Farm Family Festival – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7 in Howard Elmer Park in Sayre.

CMF 18th Annual Golf Classic – Aug. 9 at the Cortland Country Club. Click here to register.

Guthrie Employee Free Entry for Elmira Jazzfest – Saturday, Aug. 21 at Thorne Street Park in Horseheads.

Save the Date – Golf Tournament Benefitting the Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital, Towanda Campus Auxiliary

The Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital, Towanda Campus Auxiliary is inviting golfers to their annual charity golf tournament on Wednesday, Sept. 1 at the Towanda Golf Club, located on Golden Mile Road.

All proceeds from the golf tournament are used to support the many departments at Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital, Towanda Campus.

More details will be announced soon.

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Complete Your Annual Training Modules

Guthrie’s Annual Training for the fiscal year 2021-2022 is now available on Guthrie Learn. To access the required education, visit https://guthrie.learn.taleo.net, enter your Guthrie username and password, click on “My Training to Complete” and then click “Play” under the title of the appropriate education module. You do not need to remote into your computer to access Guthrie Learn.

Employees must complete this training by Oct. 31, 2021. Please make every effort to complete the modules on time to keep Guthrie compliant with regulatory requirements and avoid potential findings/penalties by regulatory entities.

More information on how to access the training can be found by clicking here. For additional support, call the IS Help Desk at 570-887-5380 or email Learn@guthrie.org.

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Hot Jobs This Week

hot jobs

Program Manager, School of Medical Technology – Full Time, Sayre

Analyst, Financial Operations – Full Time, Sayre

RN Case Manager, Hospice – Full-time, Towanda

To see these and other available jobs, click here to visit the Careers page. If you know someone looking to join a great health care team, please pass along these job postings.

This Week on Workplace

Mary Hines

Mary Hines, Histotechnician/Lab Processor, celebrated 40 years of service at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center.

sharks

Residents and staff from the Towanda Personal Care Home participated in a fun photo shoot, learned about sharks, and played games for shark week.

Kimberly Jones

Kimberly Jones, student at the Mansfield University/Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital Respiratory Therapy School, is this year’s recipient of the Lori Peterson Strollo Memorial Scholarship Award.

House of Hope

The Sayre House of Hope received a donation from a local family in memory of a loved one.

Click here to visit Workplace where you can see and post stories like these and much more.

Events Across the Guthrie System

EAP Managing Eldercare Responsibilities Webinar – 12 p.m. on Wednesday, July 28. Click here to register.

Food Farm Family Festival – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7 in Howard Elmer Park in Sayre.

CMF 18th Annual Golf Classic – Aug. 9 at the Cortland Country Club. Click here to register.

Guthrie Welcome Event – Saturday, Aug. 21 at Thorne Street Park in Horseheads.

Have a Guthrie story to share?
Call 570-887-4415 or email corporate_communications@guthrie.org

All stories for the week need to be submitted by Wednesday at 12 p.m.