Cynthe Ford, a Nurse Coordinator in MWH Surgery, is the Methodist Women’s Hospital Employee of the Quarter for 1st Quarter 2018. She was honored at a recognition ceremony on November 29.
The application deadline for eight $7,500 Carolyn Scott "Spirit of Excellence" Scholarships, four $5,000 Foundation Graduate Scholarships and one $5,000 Ruth Freed Leadership Scholarship is 3 p.m., Tuesday, February 27.
Congratulations to the nurses of Cohort #20 who graduated from the MHS Nurse Residency Program on December 21, 2017.
"Loose lips sink ships" is a World War II warning about the danger of unguarded talk. Are you carefully safeguarding verbal information to protect our patients' privacy?
Jeremy Montgomery, a PC Integration Analyst II in the IT Service Delivery department, is the Methodist Hospital Employee of the Month for January.
A celebration of hope and the spirit of goodness.
A reflection on this season of waiting, watching and readying for what is to come and an invitation to deepen your internal peace.
Methodist Health System employees enjoy a 30% discount on full-price laser services available at the Methodist Physicians Clinic Women's Center Skin Renewal Suite, and initial consultations are free. See the special offers available this month.
For the second year in a row, Sue Korth, Methodist Women's Hospital Vice President, was named to the 2017 Becker's Hospital Review list of "130 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know."
Did you know that walking like a penguin can keep you safe in ice and snow? Video link included!
We extend our best retirement wishes to Marie Zupan, Information Technology at MHS Corporate Offices.
We extend our best retirement wishes to Mary Fischer, RN, in Council Bluffs Allergy at Methodist Physicians Clinic.
Joy is one of the greatest gifts we can give as well as receive from those we love.
Deadline to Apply to Represent Methodist at 2018 Greater Omaha Young Professionals Summit: January 10
Methodist Health System is sponsoring the 2018 Young Professionals Summit hosted by the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce on March 1, 2018. The event is for emerging professionals of all ages. Apply by January 10 to be one of the 25 employees chosen to represent Methodist at the Summit. Applications require endorsements from a leader and a colleague, plus answers to six questions, including: How do you as an employee represent The Meaning of Care?
Thank you to the more than 50% of Methodist Jennie Edmundson employees who have turned in their pledge cards. There is still time to give to the Jennie Edmundson Foundation 2018 Employee Caring Campaign, "Getting to the Heart of the Matter." Give through December 31.