Ashlyn was nominated by a fellow coworker for going above and beyond to help a non-English speaking patient and her family. The patient was struggling to learn how to manage a newly diagnosed, complicated condition. Despite the challenging language barrier, Ashlyn remained dedicated to helping the patient understand and manage her condition on her own.
Covenant Health has again been named one of “America’s Best Employers” by Forbes magazine and is the highest-ranking Tennessee organization to receive the designation this year. Only seven Tennessee firms made the list of 500 top large companies. Covenant Health was ranked 38th on the list this year, the health system’s second year to be […]
You hardly ever see her cry, but Carolyn Guffey wipes away tears as she sits at a picnic table in the park thinking about the sadness of the past, and the bright promise of the future. It’s a chilly day with a bright blue sky, and she joyfully savors every second of it. “I’m looking […]
Clinical healthcare workers seeking new career opportunities are invited to attend a clinical job fair at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center on Tuesday, February 28th from 3:30 – 7:30 p.m. Attendees are invited to talk with nursing leaders, hospital staff and members of administration about career opportunities in the hospital. Those wishing to attend should […]
Check out these tips from our clinical dietitian to have a healthy and happy 2017! By: Kim E. Pryor, MS, RDN, LDN 1. A good night’s rest is the way to start the day. Adults should aim for 8 restful hours each night. Habitual sleep is good and necessary! 2. Plan your meals ahead of time. […]
Nine days before Christmas hospital chaplain Randy Tingle was checking his list – twice. After all, finding anything in his office at that time of year is next to impossible. Bags full of gifts were scattered all about, making it difficult to get behind his desk inside Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center. The bags, […]