Employee Recognition Luncheon

October 18th, 2012

Diana Wing was honored for 30 years of service.

Alain Mortier prepared the meal at Penobscot Shores and then was honored for 15 years of service.

 

Speech pathologist Nathan Curtis has been with the hospital for five years.

 

Controller Raye Porter has worked for the hospital for five years.

 



Posted in Hospital News, October 2012 InPulse, Recognition and awards

Remembrance Display

October 18th, 2012

As part of its employee recognition week, Waldo County General Hospital put up a remembrance display in honor of those employees who have passed on.



Posted in Hospital News, October 2012 InPulse

Photography exhibit

October 18th, 2012

 

During the month of September at The Best Café, there was a showing of the photography exhibit “Maine Farms at Work” Read more…



Posted in In the Community, October 2012 InPulse

Hospital Aid presentation

October 18th, 2012

Andrea Walker, standing right, manager of Community Services and health educator Hester Kohl visited the Hospital Aid recently to discuss the hospital’s Journey to Health program. After learning about the program, many of the Aid members took advantage of the opportunity to try Zumba Gold, dance steps with Kohl.



Posted in October 2012 InPulse

Silver Tea is Dec. 12

October 18th, 2012

Mark your calendar for the Hospital Aid’s Silver Tea on Wednesday, Dec. 12, from 3-6 p.m. at The Alden House Inn, 63 Church Street, Belfast, home and business of Rosemarie Cyr and Larry Marshall.

 

Elegant finger food served along with punch or hot tea from silver services. Donations appreciated.

 

Storm date is the following day.



Posted in Hospital News, In the Community, October 2012 InPulse

Great review for Waldo County Home Health Care

October 18th, 2012

Waldo County Home Health Care successfully completed their two day unannounced state and federal survey with no deficiencies. The survey is conducted in the office with the review of personnel and patient records and in the patients’ homes where  they interview our patients about the services they receive.

Read more…



Posted in Hospital News, October 2012 InPulse

Winners announced

October 18th, 2012

Taylor Garcelon won the August flu drawing. As a thank you for participating in the WCGH annual flu vaccine campaign, Taylor will receive a Best Café gift card.

 

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Speaking of winners, hospital employees walked 1,600 miles for Stride With Pride during the month of July. Those who participated were entered into a drawing. The winner of the $100 sneaker gift certificate was Sue Maxwell. Sarah Zurek won the Gold Star drawing and received a season pass to Maine State Parks!

 

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The winners of the Mini-Bin Contest have been announced. In the category of a decorated bin from home, first place went to Dr. Paul Mazur for “Einstein” and second place went to “Pooh,” which was submitted by Diane Ryder (Home Health). In the category of a decorated Green Team provided bin, first place went to Elaine Lenfest (Home Health) for “Frog” and second place for “Basketball” was won by Irene Tibbetts (Home Health).



Posted in Hospital News, October 2012 InPulse

Hospital Aid Sponsors Blood Drive

October 17th, 2012

On Friday, October 26, the Waldo County General Hospital Aid will sponsor an American Red Cross blood drive at the Masonic Lodge Hall next to the Shrine Club on the corner of Northport Avenue and Wight Street, Belfast, from 2:00-7:00 p.m.

            Giving blood is easy and completely safe. The complete process from registration to relaxing at the canteen is usually about one hour. The Red Cross has guidelines to protect both the donor and potential recipient of blood products. You must be 17 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds, be in general good health and show a valid I.D. There are waiting periods to donate blood for people who have experienced pregnancy, major surgery, immunizations, tattoos or residency in a foreign country.

            All presenting donors in October will have a chance to win a seven day cruise for two departing from Boston to Bermuda on the Norwegian Dawn.  

The goal of this blood drive is to collect 60 units of blood to replenish supplies and to help patients in need. Support your community and your local hospital with the gift of life.

To make an appointment for the October 26th blood drive, please call 1-800-RED CROSS. Walk-ins are also welcome. For additional information, call the Red Cross or visit their website at www.redcrossblood.org.



Posted in In the Community

Insipred by the Olympics – how WCGH employees and community members are getting fit and staying healthy!

October 15th, 2012



Posted in Exercise, J2H TV

Get a mammogram! We’ll do it free on Oct. 27 if you can’t afford it.

September 21st, 2012

Did you know that next year, over 200,000 women will get breast cancer? Scary, isn’t it? But there is something you can do.

 

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month and a perfect reminder that early detection can save lives. Most doctors feel that early detection tests for breast cancer save thousands of lives each year, and that many more lives could be saved if more women and their health care providers took advantage of these tests.

 

Get in touch with your doctor today to set up a mammogram. It’s especially important because these screenings may find tumors too small to feel.

 

And if you can’t afford a screening mammogram,Waldo County General Hospital is offering free screening mammograms for women who can’t afford on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 8 a.m. to noon. Call 338-9366 for more information or to schedule your appointment.

 

 



Posted in Hospital News, In the Community


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