Category: News to Use, Upcoming Events

Get on the waiting list for a HoHoHo shirt

December 1st, 2021 // News to Use, Upcoming Events

Order your Ho, Ho, Ho T-shirt to wear with jeans every Friday in December. Cost is $15 and partial proceeds benefit the Employee Assistance Fund. Reserve yours by Friday, December 3. You will be notified when the shirts arrive via the email provided on your order form and payment will be due at time of pick-up.

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Christmas countdown

November 17th, 2021 // From Human Resources, Upcoming Events

With less than 40 days until Christmas, there’s no time like the “present” to get into the holiday spirit! What better way than with a commemorative Saint Agnes “Ho, Ho, Ho” T-shirt. This long-sleeve holly red tee will be on sale in early December for just $15.

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Santa’s workshop needs helpers!

November 17th, 2021 // Upcoming Events

Some of the most meaningful gifts to give and get during the holidays are homemade, but not everyone is born a baker, crafter or cricuter. If you are and would be willing to share your creativity with your coworkers, consider signing up to host a virtual workshop. Email information@samc.com with your name and a brief description about the tutorial you would like to share. Once we have a series of tutorials, we will share them with staff to encourage sign-ups.

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Are you ready for a scary good time?

October 27th, 2021 // Upcoming Events

Something’s bubbling and brewing at Saint Agnes – our annual Halloween celebration, beginning this Friday, October 29 through Sunday, October 31! Even though we can’t gather in person, we’re still ready to have some fun with a virtual costume contest and individually packaged bags of kettle corn for all colleagues! Plus, Fresno Street Eats will at the top of the circle and The Plaza for lunch.

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Get ready for spooks and sweets!

October 20th, 2021 // Upcoming Events

Something’s bubbling and brewing at Saint Agnes – our annual colleague Halloween celebration, Friday, October 29 – Sunday, October 31! Even though we can’t gather in person, we’re still ready to have some fun with a virtual costume contest and individually packaged bags of kettle corn for all colleagues!

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Let us honor you this Veterans Day

October 20th, 2021 // Upcoming Events

Saint Agnes is proud to have a large population of veteran colleagues. As part of our upcoming Veterans Day celebration, we want to recognize the courage and sacrifices of our veteran colleagues. If you’re a veteran, please send a photo of yourself in uniform to saintagnes@samc.com by Friday, October 29 to be included in our Veterans Day celebration.

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Thank goodness it’s (almost) Friday!

October 13th, 2021 // Upcoming Events

To celebrate the change of the season and everything that comes with it, this Friday, October 15, we invite you to join us in saying Thank Goodness It’s Friday! Wear your favorite football apparel and enjoy some special treats from the snack carts or purchase an afternoon pick-me-up from one of the Fresno Street Eats dessert trucks.

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Honoring our veteran colleagues

October 13th, 2021 // Upcoming Events

Saint Agnes is proud to have a large population of veteran colleagues. As part of our upcoming Veterans Day celebration, we want to recognize the courage and sacrifices of our veteran colleagues personally in both internal and public communications. If you’re a veteran, please send a photo of yourself in uniform to saintagnes@samc.com by Friday, October 29 to be included.

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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day

October 13th, 2021 // Upcoming Events

The loss of a child during pregnancy or in infancy is an experience that leaves lifelong scars. Please join our Women and Infants Services team this Friday, October 15, as they recognize and honor the patients and families who have suffered such heartbreaking losses. Friday at 10 a.m., Spiritual Care will lead an overhead prayer and moment of silence. Colleagues are also welcome to visit the Fountain at the top of circle drive at any point on Friday for a moment of individual reflection and to place a flower in the water to honor a pregnancy or infant loss.

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