Coworkers Take Surgery Excellence to Guatemala

So many of our doctors and nurses are compassionate heroes in our local community. Some people even take these skills across the world to serve the poor and vulnerable. Dr. John Jones and nurses Barrett Norton, Linda Heltz and Sarah Russell recently returned from a medical mission trip in Chichicastenago, Guatemala. They did 72 hernia surgeriesView Full Post

Why Givers Need Getaways

Taking a vacation refreshes your personal ministry—and helps keep ours healthy and vibrant. People who work in health care are givers by nature, and it’s equally important for givers to take time to refill their cups. Your ministry is only as healthy as you are, and taking time off from work is an important part ofView Full Post

Living Our Value of Excellence

When you think of being an excellent coworker, what do you think about? Zero hospital borne infections? AIDET? Or is it something else like always greeting everyone with a smile and eye contact? Our Values in Action team is recognizing our coworkers who display the value of excellence this quarter. They are beginning by handingView Full Post

We’re Seeking Sacred Story Submissions

One of the great things about working in our ministry is the acknowledgement of God’s presence in the work we do. Most of us have experienced God working with and through us in our daily work. CHI National not only realizes this, but they also want to hear about it. Coworkers are encouraged to submitView Full Post

Values In Action Team Hosts Pack Shack Parties

To promote the Value of the Quarter, compassion, each facility will be hosting The Pack Shack in a Feed the Funnel party to pack thousands of meals for neighbors in need. Meals packed at Feed the Funnel parties are donated free of charge to local organizations, such as food banks and food pantries, for them to distributeView Full Post