Career fair June 12
Employees are invited to a career fair, 9:30 am - 2 pm Wednesday, June 12, Saint Raphael Campus cafeteria. The program is sponsored by the Institute for Excellence and Patient Services Administration. Representatives from local and online colleges will offer information on various clinical and non-clinical fields of study, including business, technology, allied health, public health, RN to BSN, RN to MSN and DNP nursing programs. Representatives will also be available from the YNHH School of Nurse Anesthesia, Pharmacy Tech Training Program and Language Services, for medical interpreter certification. Career development resources will also be available. For information, contact Cynthia Lowman, 203-688-1085.
Financial Fairs June 18 - 19
The annual YNHH Benefits Financial Fair will take place June 18 - 19 in four locations. The fair helps employees learn more about financial programs and services available to them at work.
Representatives from Fidelity Investments, Mercer Voluntary Benefits, Bank of America, Key Bank, Healthcare Financial Federal Credit Union and EdAssist will attend. Staff from YNHHS’ Employee and Family Resources Program, HOME Program and livingwellCARES program will also be on hand. YNHHS Benefits staff will be at each fair location to answer questions about the annual Cash Account Pension Plan (CAPP) statement and Fidelity Investments Retirement Update statement employees will receive at home in the mail during the coming weeks. Fair dates and times are:
- Tuesday, June 18, Medical Center South, 9 - 10 am; and York Street Campus, East Pavilion cafeteria special events area, 11:30 am - 3:30 pm
- Wednesday, June 19, Hawley Lane office, Trumbull, second floor elevator area, 8:30 - 10 am; and Saint Raphael Campus cafeteria, 11:30 am - 3:30 pm
Wellness workshop June 20
Employees and the public are invited to a free Smilow Wellness Workshop, “Finding Your Wellness,” 5:30 - 7 pm Thursday, June 20, 55 Park St. auditorium. In this interactive workshop, naturopathic physician and acupuncturist Artemis Morris, ND, will define the five integrative pillars of health: a whole foods diet, sleep, social support, movement/exercise and self-expression and how they translate to your state of wellness. Registration is required. Register online or call 888-700-6543.
Volunteer Services is looking for magazines no older than six months and in great shape for a magazine/book cart for inpatients on both campuses. The service is a great way to keep patients occupied during their hospital stays. Volunteer Services will place a sticker over personal information so there is no need to remove or cover your address. Please bring magazines to the Volunteer office on either campus at any time. For more information, email [email protected].