Southcentral Foundation has taken steps to build resiliency and foster well-being in the workforce so that it is prepared to deal with crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
SCF’s vaccination clinic is now vaccinating about 800 people per day, using only SCF’s existing facilities. Following are some key elements of SCF’s vaccination clinic.
Southcentral Foundation is in the process of vaccinating employees and has now rolled out the vaccine for customer-owners as well. In this process, SCF has discovered several elements that have worked well.
Southcentral Foundation utilizes an approach to telehealth that takes advantage of its relationship-based system of care that delivers quality care to customer-owners without the need for face-to-face visits.
The Learning Institute is making available a selection of documents detailing various aspects of how SCF has been addressing COVID-19. Access is free for all who are interested.
One way that Southcentral Foundation is fostering connection for employees is through regular offerings of a new virtual learning circle opportunity called SCF Strong. SCF Strong is a virtual learning circle that utilizes video conferencing to support employees and strengthen the Southcentral Foundation community.
SCF’s Development Center created a series of just-in-time COVID-19 trainings, primarily for employees in clinical settings. The trainings are based on recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
During the COVID-19 pandemic, health care workers may find themselves under considerable stress as they go about their jobs in difficult and uncertain times. Following are some resources that Southcentral Foundation has shared internally for its workforce about finding emotional balance during stressful times.