COVID-19 GGH Update April 27
How to give feedback
- Speak to your manager or director
- Ask your leader to bring forward an idea or concern to the COVID-19 Incident Management Team
- What’s on your mind? (only works if you’re within the hospital)
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Starting with the positive…
Reporting on COVID-19 activity in staff and patients
|Total number of staff tested to date||226|
|Total number of staff with a negative test result to date||191|
|Current number of staff with a positive test||12|
|Number of staff results pending||6|
|Number of staff who tested positive and are now recovered||17|
|Total number of staff with a positive test result to date||29|
|Number of current in-patients who have tested positive||8|
Resources and Supplies
235 responses to our Staff Feedback survey so far!
We want to hear from you about how well we are doing with supporting you through the COVID-19 pandemic. Please share your thoughts, comments and ideas with us. The survey is anonymous and short so we hope you will respond. Click here to complete the survey today! If you have any questions about the survey, please email email@example.com
Next Employee Wellness Webinar tonight
Many of us may be feeling anxiety and stress right now, and it could be increasing every day. You may feel that some days are okay, and other days are overwhelming. It is important we try to find some time to support our emotional and mental health during this pandemic.
With this in mind, we have been working with Homewood Health, our EFAP provider, to schedule their emotional/mental health Webinar offerings. As a result, we have scheduled all five of the Homewood Health COVID-19 wellness webinars. The second one, Building Resilience in the Face of COVID-19, is tonight at 7 p.m. For all the details and how to register, click here.
CEO message April 26
Over the last several weeks, I’ve been fortunate to see firsthand how you, and our community health care partners, have stepped up to the plate during the pandemic. You were all called to a greater purpose in helping and healing others, and you continue to do so with dignity, patience, and calm.
To read all of her message, click here.