Thanks go to the Methodist Health System employees who generously donated blood at the Sept. 27 blood drive. The Red Cross was able to collect a total of 36 units of blood. This has the potential to save up to 108 lives!
Methodist is now offering Employee Health-sponsored flu shot clinics. Flu shots are available at various locations, dates and times.
Employee Health will no longer provide print outs of your flu shots, but instead will assist you in signing up for the Patient Portal.
Breast cancer month is right around the corner, so what a perfect time to get your annual mammography screening.
Employee Health will be available only on the first Thursday of every month at Methodist Women’s Hospital. Office hours are 6:30 a.m. - 9 a.m. in the second floor consult office, surgery waiting area.
We Need Your Help
It’s been months in the making – but the Methodist 3D Mobile Mammography coach is about ready to hit the streets. First we need your help!
Methodist Health System employees are urged to take advantage of new technologies that put their personal health information at their fingertips.
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
The Methodist Equipment Loan Program provides patients in need access to free home medical equipment through their recycle and reuse program, enabling patients to focus on recovery and return home.
Methodist is now one of 39 health systems in the United States to work with Apple to offer health information data access through the Apple Health app.
Appointments are available for a free public screening for head and neck cancers hosted by Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center on April 5. Preregistration is required.
March is National Nutrition Month, and this year's theme is "Go Further With Food."
A heart attack strikes someone about every 43 seconds. Help us celebrate National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week and draw attention to the role of cardiac rehabilitation in reducing the potentially devastating effects of heart disease.
Financial Success Program - Free Research Study to Determine Health Effects of Financial Education in Single Working Mothers
Through the grant-funded Financial Hope Collaborative at Creighton University, eligible MHS employees may participate in the study and receive two free clinic visits and nine weeks of financial education.
Stop by the Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital cafeteria on Thursday, Nov. 16, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for educational materials, give-a-ways and much more to help you or your loved ones quit smoking.