As of 8 a.m. May 18, more than 4,800 of us (65%) have taken the 2011 Employee Opinion Survey so far. Don't miss your chance. The survey ends May 23.
Effective May 18, the Referral Testing Laboratory will change the collection requirements of many of its urine tests. These changes are being implemented in an effort to provide greater patient safety during collection and to maximize the number of tests that can be performed on a single 24-hour collection.
Read on to find the latest nursing policy updates.
News updates this week include: Annual State Health Enrollment, 2010 Annual Benefits Statement, Employee Records at Hospital, Fidelity Representative Sessions, Planning for Your Financial Security, Healthcare Employee Loan Application Day, Employee Benefits at Hospital, Totally Responsible Person (TRP) Class, Mediation Training and Career Opportunities.
A group from the Neurosciences Intensive Care Unit (NSICU) was announced as weekly winners of the Duncan Hines One Million Cupcake Challenge.
May is National Arthritis Month, and the Thurston Arthritis Research Center will host events in the Children’s Hospital lobby May 16 - 20 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
This week is National Police Week, while next week is Hurricane Preparedness Week. In addition to thanking a member of Hospital Police, please take a moment to review your preparedness plans to ensure that you know what to do, and who to contact, in case of an emergency or bad weather.
Filmmaker Michael Kleiman will join us on Your Health this weekend to talk about his documentary, The Last Survivor.
This month's topic is “Cell Phones – Personal Usage.”
Local strawberries from McAdams Farm will be available this week only at the Terrace Cafe for only $3.99 per quart. Come and get your fresh strawberries before they are gone!