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PPMC Surgical Techs Climb the Ladder

Surg-tech-promotion-pictureCongratulations are in order for PPMC’s first surgical technicians to climb the new Clinical Ladder program for Surgical Technicians, a model developed by Lori Fowler-Gagliardi, RN, MBA, CNOR, Clinical Director of Perioperative Services, in coordination with colleagues in Administration and Human Resources. The program is similar in nature to the Nursing Clinical Ladder program and aims to improve and reward professional development in the following core areas: 

 

  • Clinical judgment and decision making
  • Employee and client/family relationship, including community service
  • Clinical leadership
  • Clinical scholarship 

The purpose of the Surgical Technician Clinical Ladder is to recognize employees for their contributions to quality care, as well as their clinical knowledge and professional achievements. It is designed to provide advancement opportunities for employees who choose to focus on clinical practice. 

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PPMC Supports the Local Community…Simply Because

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Each year, hundreds of students, faculty and staff across Penn Medicine volunteer their time and expertise to help the local community beyond the walls of our clinics, hospitals and classrooms. Studies show that medical care accounts for l...Full story

Build A New You in the New Year!

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Last November, the Healthy Rewards Wellfocused program rolled out Build A NEW You, a campaign to help build awareness of your current health status and help you take steps to improve or maintain your good health. Throughout November and Dec...Full story

Happy One Year Anniversary, PPMC Trauma Center!

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To PPMC physicians and staff, On February 4, 2015, Penn Medicine’s trauma center transitioned from HUP to PPMC. As we look back on the past year, wed like to express our congratulations and thanks for making the trauma transition an unqual...Full story

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Build A New You in the New Year! Last November, the Healthy Rewards Wellfocused program rolled out Build A NEW You, a campaign to help build awareness of your current health status and help you take steps to improve or maintain your good h...Full story

Penn Program for Mindfulness Winter 2016 Course Offerings

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The Penn Program for Mindfulness offers Mindfulness-based Stress Management programs that teach individuals how to use meditation as the primary tool for long-term stress management. Mindfulness meditation is taught in a completely practica...Full story

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Penn Medicine Military Friendly® Employer Penn Medicine has earned the 2016 Military Friendly® Employer designation by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs® and Military Spouse. Companies competed for the elite Military Friendly® Employer...Full story

Congratulations to the Winners of the 2014-2015 Healthy Rewards Leadership Event

The 2014-2015 Healthy Rewards program year ended successfully in April with over 6,000 employees participating in the program. The program has four levels, each offering a different incentive with the opportunity to earn up to $200, win a F...Full story

Volunteering at PPMC

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Penn Presbyterian is pleased to share that this fall we have 70+ volunteers serving on the inpatient units, front lobby and Emergency Department. Volunteer opportunities are open to adults and college students. Orientation is held monthly ...Full story

2015 Employee Flu Campaign Has Started!

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Over the past six years, more than 98 percent of UPHS employees have been vaccinated for seasonal influenza. Getting the flu vaccine reduces the risk of illness for our staff and helps keep our patients, colleagues, and families safe and he...Full story

All Employee Meetings

Be sure to attend an All Employee Meeting to learn more about PPMC and the Health System and have your questions answered by hospital leaders. Sessions are held three times a month for one hour and take place in various locations throughout...Full story

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