Only one day left to complete the Pulse survey, sent via email by StandOut. We currently have only 16% participation compared to the Trinity Health average of 29%, so please take a few minutes to share your feedback. With only 8 mandatory questions, you’ll be finished in no time! Special thanks to those who already submitted their survey. It closes at 11:59 p.m. PST, so don’t delay!Read More
The price is right and the time is now! Encouraging someone you know to apply for an open position at Saint Agnes could earn you up to $12,000! And, if you refer someone by Friday, November 19, even if they don’t get hired, you’ll also be entered into a special Thanksgiving raffle to win an Echo Show or Amazon Fire Tablet. Applications must be submitted by Friday, November 19 for entry. Winners will be selected the week of Thanksgiving.Read More
In celebration of Veterans Day, we were proud to participate in the 102nd Central Valley Veteran’s Day Parade to honor the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces and their families who have answered our country’s call to serve with dedication, courage and sacrifice. Special thanks to our parade participants who proudly represented Saint Agnes: CMO Dr. Gene Egerton, Dale Vadeboncoeur, Lawrence Cervantes and Brent Yuenger. And a huge shoutout to Saint Agnes Board Director Tom Ferdinandi, who drove them in his Me N Ed’s vintage fire truck.Read More
In recognition of Veterans Day, we extend deep gratitude to our veterans for their brave and selfless service to our country. We offer our heartfelt thanks to every colleague, physician, nurse, and patient who has ever worn the uniform of our country – or other countries. Thank you for answering the call of duty. Thank you for your gallant courage. Thank you for the extraordinary sacrifices you and your families have made on our behalf in the name of freedom, liberty, and peace.Read More
Beginning Monday, November 15, Moderna boosters will be available at our Northwest and Magnolia urgent care clinics. Pfizer boosters continue to be offered at the Main Campus urgent care and beginning Monday, November 15, it will open to ages 12-17! To make an appointment, visit https://myturn.ca.gov.Read More
On the one-year anniversary of our first COVID patient, we held a memorial event, Hope and Healing, to honor the colleagues, loved ones and patients we had lost during the pandemic. A piece of artwork from our Saint John’s Bible, called Jacob’s Ladder, was unveiled during the event and is now permanently installed at the entrance of the Christ the Healer Chapel. Alongside the framed art is a plaque that reads: To those we loved and lost during the COVID pandemic.
We hope as you view the artwork, you are reminded of the importance of the sacred work you do each and every day. You are a blessing!Read More
To help us all be more mindful about having an attitude of gratitude and in the spirit of Thanksgiving, take a moment to express your appreciation of a coworker, your supervisor, a physician … anyone with whom you work. Guaranteed, their day won’t be the only one brightened by your gesture! “I’m Thankful” cards are available in the Staffing Office on 2-Main (across from the Gift Shop), in Cyber Café and in Kremen Education Center. To make it even easier to express your thanks, the “I’m Thankful” card is now available to send electronically.Read More
If you were approved to participate in Trinity Health’s tuition reimbursement program administered by Edcor, be sure you submit full documentation by 11:59 pm EST on December 15, 2021.Read More
Saint Agnes is joining with West Fresno Ministerial Alliance in feeding 3,000 Fresno families. Each will receive a turkey and – with our help – all the trimmings for a Thanksgiving meal. You can help by donating food items like canned corn or creamed corn, green beans, cranberry sauce, small bags of dried beans, rice, and boxes of stuffing and cornbread mix. Drop-off food bins are available in One Main Café, Cyber Café, The Plaza (lobby) and at several of our Saint Agnes Care clinics. The last day to donate is Sunday, November 14. Whether you can give a little or a lot, even just one item will be greatly appreciated!Read More
Send a note of thanks: Research shows that gratitude can improve our physical, mental and emotional health, so take a moment to express your appreciation with an “I’m Thankful” card. Guaranteed, their day won’t be the only one brightened by your gesture! Cards will be available in your department beginning Friday, November 5.
Feeding Fresno families: Saint Agnes is joining West Fresno Ministerial Alliance in providing Thanksgiving meals for 3,000 families. You can help by donating food trimmings (i.e., rice, canned corn and green beans, etc.), now until November 13. Drop-off bins are located in One Main Café, Cyber Café and The Plaza.Read More