Inside Renown features monthly profiles of the 2018 Top Talent of the Year winners. This month, it’s Megan Pagni, Vice President of Payer Contracting.
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Inside Renown features monthly profiles of the 2018 Top Talent of the Year winners. This month, it’s Jessica Moore, Social Work Care Coordinator.
It’s another national honor for our President and CEO, Dr. Tony Slonim, and the Marketing and Communications team at Renown Health. The Thought Leadership Campaign for Dr. Slonim earned first place in the Executive Visibility category of the 2018 Nonprofit PR Awards, which are given by media outlet PR Daily.
For the second time, Dr. Tony Slonim, Renown President and CEO, will be sharing details on Renown’s health innovations as part of TEDxUniversityOfNevada. For the 2019 edition, the “big idea” that he will share is all about our genetic study, the Healthy Nevada Project, and how it is changing the health landscape in Nevada – and how we are looking to change health nationwide.
At Renown Rehabilitation Hospital, they are taking the concept of We C.A.R.E. one step further. As part of orientation for the facility, they are assigned a typical case and diagnosis and then have to live for half of the working day as that patient, including spending time in a wheelchair going through a typical patient schedule. They also learn about an actual patient and what they are going through on that particular day.
During the recent employee giving campaign, employees helped raise funds for an exciting new program for cancer patients at Renown. The Nurture U program will start next week, taking place on the third Thursday of every month at Renown Dermatology, Laser & Skin Care Center, 6536 S McCarran Blvd, Suite B, Reno.
Congratulations to the employees of the Stacie Mathewson Behavioral Health and Addiction Institute at Renown. Last week, they were named the Agency of the Year at the 30th annual Human Service Network’s Human Services Awards.
Sometimes it’s the little things you do that can really help the community, and those chances to help can be found in your own backyard. That’s what’s happened with the Customer Service employees at Hometown Health, who recently adopted Anderson Park in south Reno.
Last week, 34 graduates from the Enrich-U professional development program celebrated their achievement with leaders in a ceremony at Mack Auditorium. While in Enrich-U, employees from the High Potential Program and Leaders in Training course strengthened their skills, expanded their knowledge and continued on the road to planning their own career paths at Renown.
Across the health network, employees spent some time beautifying their campuses – and having some fun in the process.