This is YOUR page.
We know this is hard. We know that nothing like this has ever happened in our lifetime. This page has been created to help YOU deal with what's going on. It's to provide you with inspiration, hope, laughter and practical tips for making it through the tough days.
There are resources below to help you manage what is going on and if you're on this page, we hope you find what you're looking for. If you don't, email Stephanie Marsau in Community Relations and let her know what you hoped to find and didn't. Chances are if you think it belongs on this page, so do a dozen other people.
This page is about meeting you wherever you are. Good day, bad day, hard day, sad day - it doesn't matter, because we are all in this together.
Mind, Body & Spirit
Some days are harder than others. Our minds are tired from overthinking and worrying, our bodies are exhausted and our spirit is downtrodden. In the section below, you will find both videos regarding how to improve your well-being. We're all in this together and are much less likely to break when all of us are strong physically, mentally and spiritually.
Meditation Practice (Lynn Maves, LD, RD, CDE, Diabetes & Nutrition Education Center)
Muscle Tension & Relaxation (Dr. Eugene Glass, PsyD, Cancer Resource Center)
Deep Breathing (Dr. Eugene Glass, PsyD, Cancer Resource Center)
Handling Stress with Mindfulness (Liz Burkland, RD, LD, CDCES, Diabetes & Nutrition Education Center)
Mood Boosting Foods (Liz Burkland, RD, LD, CDCES, Diabetes & Nutrition Education Center)
Chair Yoga (Lynn Maves, LD, RD, CDE, Diabetes & Nutrition Education Center)
Chair Yoga - Part 2 (Lynn Maves, LD, RD, CDE, Diabetes & Nutrition Education Center)
To help you stay active Lifetime Fitness Center has teamed up with Les Mills to provide online workouts. You can now enjoy access to LES MILLS™ On Demand for 60 days. Simply click here to get started.
Please note that,when you sign up you’ll be asked to enter your payment details, but you won’t be charged for the 60-day trial. If you want to continue beyond that, you’ll automatically become a paying subscriber at the special rate Lifetime Fitness Center has negotiated with Les Mills.
LES MILLS On Demand offers over 800 of the world’s best workouts across 13 categories. You can work out with classic programs such as BODYPUMP™ and BODYCOMBAT™, do mindfulness exercises and even get the kids active with BORN TO MOVE™. The workouts range from 15 to 55 minutes and there are options for all fitness levels.
Online Prayer Request
Employees are always welcome to submit online prayer requests at www.mgmc.org/prayer. Names are optional, so prayer requests can be anonymous. Regardless of whether or not you choose to include your name, all requests will remain confidential. Questions? Contact Chaplaincy Services at ext. 2502.
Mary Greeley Morning Prayer
Join other employees at 6:45 - 6:50am Monday-Friday in Atrium AB for a morning prayer. This time is led by nurses, but all staff are welcome to attend.
A Helping Hand
Sometimes, as hard as it is to admit, you need help. The resources below may be just what some of you need.
Dr. Gene Glass, clinical psychologist in the Cancer Resource Center, has made himself available via telephone (515-520-2979) at various times throughout the week for employees who need to talk.
For the week of June 14, Dr. Glass will be available on the following dates and times:
Thursday, June 18: 8-10pm
Employee Assistance Program
As a Mary Greeley employee, you are eligible to access our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) through Employee and Family Resources (EFR).
Doctors on Demand
Doctors on Demand provides virtual physician and counseling visits for anyone covered by Mary Greeley's medical plan. You can schedule appointments with physicians or mental health counselors over video on your phone or tablet by clicking here.
To support our employees and assist with social distancing, we have currently waived all cost sharing for these visits.
The Lighter Side
It's been said that laughter is the best medicine. As healthcare professionals, we know that medicine is typically the best medicine, but laughter has its time and place - and we could all use a little bit more of it.
The items below are intended to provide you with a good laugh and maybe even a little escape from the monotony we're currently experiencing. We're fairly certain that unlike medicine, laughter has never had any negative side effects.
(Have you seen something funny lately that would be considered work appropriate? Send the link to firstname.lastname@example.org. It might just end up on this page.