Year: 2021

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Resources – Week 1

These resources include books, podcasts, documentaries, movies, and TV shows that commemorate and encourage the study, observance, and celebration of the vital role women play in our lives. Podcast-Encyclopedia Womannica   In just 5 minutes a day, learn about incredible women throughout history. In Wonder Media Network’s brand-new podcast, here stories of women you may or may not…

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Vimbai Mazani

Meet Vimbai Mazani, manager of Business Development for Southview Medical Center and Middletown Health Center. Vimbai is Zimbabwean-American and was born in Zimbabwe and grew up in southwest Michigan. She joined the network as a Human Resources intern nearly 7 years ago. After her internship, she became a recruiter and supported many of the clinical…

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Beth Search

Meet Beth Search, director of Shared Services for Information Systems at Kettering Medical Center. Beth was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio. She began her professional career at Reynolds and Reynolds as an electronic bench technician, which is the job that started her path of working with technology. She loved the problem-solving aspect of technology,…

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Mary Eliza Mahoney

Mary Eliza Mahoney (1845-1926) is noted for becoming the first African American licensed nurse. She was eager to encourage equality for African Americans and women, so she pursued a nursing career which supported these goals. Born to freed slaves who had moved to Boston from North Carolina, Mahoney attended school at Phillips School, which after…

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Shift Definitions Changing March 7 for Grandview System

Grandview Medical Center System has historically had different shift definitions than other Kettering Health Network locations, which creates challenges when team members are asked to help at other facilities.  Effective March 7, we are moving to align Grandview Systems’ shift start and stop times. Two “grace period” exceptions that currently are only in effect in…

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Attendance Guidelines Effective 3-1 for All Employees

During the pandemic, Kettering Health Network, along with other area hospitals, decided to temporarily flex our attendance guidelines in the Conduct and Discipline Policy. With over 50% of our employees being vaccinated and community numbers decreasing, effective 3/1/2021, COVID-19 related absences will follow attendance guidelines as outlined in the Conduct and Discipline Policy. If you have any questions, contact…

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