Treat yourself and others to high-quality Methodist clothing at special HOT summer sale prices from the Company Store. T-shirts start at just $3.99.
We extend our best retirement wishes to Sharon McArdle, DON/Service Leader L&D/HROB at Methodist Women’s Hospital.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Learn how to take the small steps that will help you reach your retirement destination in a virtual event held on Tuesday, May 22.
We extend our best retirement wishes to Cathy Hoberman, Program Specialist in Professional Development with Methodist College.
Nebraska Methodist College students and employees are encouraged to participate in a blood drive on Wednesday, June13.
Methodist Women's Hospital and 192/Dodge Medical Office Building employees are encouraged to participate in a blood drive on Wednesday, May 16 in the Abbott and Bernard Conference Rooms.
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.
As part of National Health Care Week, Methodist Hospital Foundation honored Brian Thompson, a respiratory therapist, with a $100 Amazon gift card.
Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital is sponsoring and participating in the 2018 Relay for Life on Saturday, June 9 at the Cardinal Athletic Complex in Treynor, IA.
Registration for the new Babysitting Basics classes presented by ParentSavvy.com is now open. Babysitting Basics is for youth 11 and older who are preparing to begin a babysitting career. Space is limited.
You may already be aware that Methodist is upgrading our Kronos application. Kronos is the system that records your time worked – in and out punches. This project will upgrade our current version 6.1 up to version 8.1 in a Kronos-hosted cloud environment. In addition, we will also make available the newest features that Kronos offers.
Register now for information on Planning for a Successful Retirement – FREE Sessions at MHS Campuses beginning in June.
Thanks go to the Methodist Health System employees who generously donated blood at the May 2 blood drive. The Red Cross was able to collect a total of 31 units of blood. This has the potential to save up to 93 lives!
Two display cases located inside Methodist Hospital Café 8303 are now showcasing items from Methodist history. Inside the cases you will find items discovered inside a time capsule hidden in the cornerstone of the Methodist Midtown Hospital on 36th and Cuming streets.
Methodist Hospital and Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital are certified as Primary Stroke Centers by the Joint Commission. Methodist Women’s Hospital is certified as an Acute Stroke-Ready Hospital by the Joint Commission