WE ARE Connecticut Children's Archive

WE ARE is the employee magazine of Connecticut Children’s.

Latest Issue: Winter 2015

Advocacy and You
The “I support Connecticut Children’s” campaign gives you a new opportunity to advocate for the Medical Center and promote support within the community and among our State’s policy makers.

Connecticut Children’s On the Move
There’s a lot going on at the Medical Center these days! Most notable are the recent department moves.

Connecticut Children’s FRIENDS Gift Shop Gives Greatest Gift of All
With new and improved inventory stocking the shelves, it’s no wonder sales are on a steady rise and positive feedback at an all-time high.

Claire Dalidowitz Receives Health Care Hero Award
Clinical Nutrition Manager Claire Dalidowitz was named the 2014 recipient of the Hartford Business Journal HealthCare Hero Award for Corporate Achievement - Healthiest Workplace!

Jacqueline McGrath & Cheryl Hoey Named Diamond Jubilee Recipients
Jacqueline was honored with the Virginia Henderson Award for outstanding contributions to nursing research and Cheryl received the Doris Armstrong Award for outstanding contributions to nursing administration.

Mary Descocio Recognized with 2014 Safety Award
Operating Room Nurse Mary Descocio was awarded the 2014 Safety Award at our annual Employee Safety Fair!

5 Questions with Monica Buchanan
Learn a little bit more about Connecticut Children’s Media & Public Relations Manager.

Connecticut Children’s Launches the “Coming Home” Advertising Campaign
We know no matter how far we go for your kids, it’s the trip home that truly heals. It’s a simple, yet poignant message that will most certainly resonate with any parent who has endured a hospital visit with their child.

Ebola Prep at Connecticut Children’s Valuable for Other Emergency Situations
Our Ebola Task Force, made up of clinical and non-clinical staff, has remained focused and diligent in crafting a plan that would keep staff safe in the event of an Ebola case.

Care Beyond Our Borders
Since September 2010, Adam Silverman, MD has volunteered his time and talents to provide medical care and training for the people and children in Haiti.

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