This week Methodist Women’s Hospital became the first Acute Stroke Ready Hospital in Nebraska certified by the Joint Commission and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.
We extend our best retirement wishes to Tom Pelo, Plant Engineer at Methodist Hospital.
Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital and Nebraska Methodist College are among the community organizations participating in Binational Health Week events, including Women’s Health Night with free health screenings and educational booths at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital on Oct. 5. The Mobile Diabetes Center from Nebraska Methodist College will provide screenings and education at the Binational Health Week Famly Fair at All Care Health Center in Council Bluffs on Oct. 7. Methodist plays a role in Binational Health Week and numerous other events helping underserved populations as a community benefit.
Taking part in Caring Campaign is just a couple of clicks away. The online form is easy to use and only takes a few minutes to complete. Remember that every gift, no matter the size, makes a difference!
A HIPAA reminder from the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) following Hurricane Irma, the most intense Atlantic hurricane to strike the U.S. since Katrina in 2005: While the Secretary of HHS has the power to issue a limited waiver of HIPAA sanctions and penalties during a declared emergency, healthcare organizations and their business associates must continue to comply with the HIPAA Security Rule, even during natural disasters, and must ensure appropriate administrative, physical, and technical safeguards are maintained to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of electronic protected health information to prevent unauthorized access and disclosures.
Do you know what to do in the event of a fire in your department? Be ready to respond in a fire emergency.
Madison Cooper, BSN, CCRN, from the Methodist Hospital Critical Care Unit, was honored at a recognition ceremony on September 19 as the September DAISY Award winner for Methodist Hospital and Methodist Women's Hospital.
The Flamingos for Hope will visit patients at Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center on Monday, September 25, at 10 a.m. Volunteers will help patients, family and visitors celebrate with a "Star Light, Star Bright" theme.
Thanks go to the Methodist Health System employees who generously donated blood at the September 13 blood drive. The Red Cross was able to collect a total of 26 units of blood. This has the potential to save up to 78 lives!
Wells Fargo Webinar - Pretax vs. Roth Contributions or Both: Which One's Right for You? - September 26
Register to watch live or view later the webinar "Pretax vs. Roth Contributions or Both: Which One’s Right for You?" on Tuesday, September 26. Register online for this and other financial webinars that interest you.
We want to thank our employees for all you do to live The Meaning of Care. Please join in the celebrations in your honor.
September is Caring Campaign month, and YOU are the KEY to our success! Please see your Ambassador to pick up your Methodist keychain — a gift to you for your Caring Campaign support.
Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital will hold its annual free prostate cancer education presentation and screening on Wednesday, September 20, 5-7 p.m. Space is limited, and preregistration is required.
MHS Team Registration Deadline: October 1
Methodist Health System is a Platinum Sponsor for the Komen Nebraska Race for the Cure on Sunday, Oct. 8, at the Baxter Arena & Aksarben Village, 67th and Center streets. NOTE: If you request to have your race bib and T-shirt mailed to your HOME address, you must register by September 20, 2017.
Look who is offering to take a pie in the face. If we can get 83 percent participation in this year’s Caring Campaign, the deal is on.