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HCA Healthcare Colleague Recognition Program

More Recognition. More Rewards. HCA Healthcare Colleague Recognition is an online platform designed to recognize our most important asset – YOU! This platform allows you to give and receive recognition, earn points and most importantly, it allows us to recognize your contributions to our mission of caring for and improving human life. Your online account […]

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Angel Medical Center

Flu Season Ahead – What You Need to Know about This Year’s Flu Vaccine and Exemption Process

Mission Health recognizes that getting an annual flu vaccine is one of the best ways to protect our patients, community and fellow team members from harm. This season, staff will be required to get their flu shot by 11:59 pm on October 31, 2021, unless approved for an exemption. In preparation for flu season, team members can either: Get a […]

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Angel Medical Center

Mission Hospital McDowell To Expand

Mission Health is proud to announce the expansion of Mission Hospital McDowell. With $20 Million in funding from HCA Healthcare, the expansion of our current state-of-the-art facility in McDowell will ensure the continued support of the healthcare needs of our community. “Mission Hospital McDowell was designed to serve this community’s unique and growing healthcare needs […]

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Angel Medical Center

Changes Coming to HR Direct Connect Mailbox

Where and How to Get Your HR Questions Answered As we continue to align the North Carolina Division with the HCA Enterprise, the HR Direct Connect Mailbox (ncdv.hrdirectconnect@hcahealthcare.com) will no longer be active as of September 7, 2021. We understand it is important to get answers to your HR questions in a timely manner.  As […]

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Angel Medical Center

Meet Mission Health’s 2021 Great 100 Nurses of North Carolina

Andie Slivinski, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, CEN, CPEN, TCRN- Clinical Nurse Specialist, Trauma Services Jessica Fusco, MSN, RN, CPN, NP-C- Clinical Nurse, Pediatric ICU Judy Luff, BSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM, IBCLC Clinical Nurse, Labor & Delivery As servant leaders, nursing teaches us to recognize ourselves in others, keep alive our common humanity and focus on single caring […]

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Angel Medical Center

Kronos Mobile Clocking

The North Carolina Division is transitioning to Kronos Mobile clocking.  The current telephone clocking will no longer be supported due to the age of the hardware and the software no longer being supported by Microsoft and Kronos. Kronos Mobile clocking will be the primary means of clocking in/out for NCDV.  The app uses GPS Location […]

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Angel Medical Center

Do You Need to Make a Change to Your Benefits?

Annual Enrollment is your one opportunity to elect benefits each year. Any changes outside of Annual Enrollment require a qualifying life event to be reported within 31 days. What Kinds of Changes May I Make? A status change event must result in you or your eligible dependent gaining or losing eligibility for that coverage or […]

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Pharmacist Spotlight

Meet Andria Eker. She is a pharmacist at Medical Center Pharmacy in Asheville, where she supervises MedPoint, the “meds to beds” bedside prescription delivery program. Andria earned her doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy, where she also completed her Post Graduate Year One (PGY1) Community Pharmacy Residency. […]

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Join Nursing Professional Governance System Councils and Committees

Your Nursing Congress officers invite you to share your voice in nursing practice. We want members who are ready and willing to contribute and communicate effective ideas related to our nursing practice. Apply for NCDV Nursing Professional Governance Council and Committee positions by July 26. Access more information and the application here.  Please review the […]

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Multimodal Pain Management GO-LIVE June 28

The Multimodal Pain Management Plan was designed to: Improve patient safety by decreasing narcotic use and reducing therapeutic duplication. Improve outcomes with faster recovery time, decreasing MME use. Improve patient experience with multimodal therapy for pain. Support nursing with more clear directives for pain control Maintain compliance with regulatory guidelines Please use the QR Codes below for […]

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