PVCH General Information

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Orientation
General Information
Welcome
We welcome individuals who are
interested in the various healthcare
professions and hope to provide optimal
learning opportunities.
General Information
• Inpatient Care - 25 beds
• Medicare Certified Critical Access Hospital
• 24/7 ER Doctor (On Call)
Services Provided
Inpatient Care – 25 beds
Outpatient Services
Upper & Lower GI Scopes
Cataract Surgery
Emergency Care
Full Service Laboratory
Specialized Nursing
Services
• Skilled Nursing/Swing
Bed Services
• Respiratory Therapy
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• Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehab
• Physical Therapy
Inpatient/Outpatient
• Occupational Therapy
• X-ray, CT, ultrasound,
mobile digital mammography
• Bone Density (Dexascan)
• Mobile MRI
• Cardiac Nuclear Stress
Testing
• EEG (Electroencephalogram)
• Sleep Disorder Center
• Medicare Certified Critical
Access Hospital
Vision
Mission Statement
Pawnee Valley Community Hospital will be the best
Critical Access Hospital in Rural America.
Vision Statement
To improve the quality of life for the communities
we serve through exceptional healthcare and
service excellence.
Values
Accountability *Innovation *Integrity *Service
Excellence *Teamwork *Stewardship
BHAG – Big Hairy Audacious Goal
To be the best Critical Access Hospital in
Rural America
Vivid Description
Patient, Physicians and employers will first think of
Pawnee Valley Community Hospital to meet their
health care needs. We will provide the best in
compassionate care and will help our community
understand and improve their health. We have a
commitment to providing excellent service and
compassionate care. We encompass honesty, ethics
and doing the right thing for the right reasons. We
have a willingness to envision and explore new
approaches to improving quality of life for all
persons.
Parking
Students; Job Shadowing/Observation
Volunteers/Volunteens
Please park on the south side of the building, in the
parking area outside of the ER and along the east
side of Larned Middle School in the designated
PVCH parking area. There is also a parking lot
available to the east of the front entrance. We ask
that you leave the limited parking area in the front of
the hospital for patient parking.
Dress Code
It is the policy of Pawnee Valley Community Hospital to
require all individuals who are regularly on PVCH grounds
providing services or receiving training from PVCH, to
dress in a conservative, professional and business-like
manner complying with the following guidelines:
Clothes
Wear comfortable professional or business casual
clothing; If going to be in clinical area – scrubs are
appropriate. Jeans, T-shirts, sweat shirts, sweat pants,
wind suits, backless outfits, or clothing with
advertisements on them that cover the chest or back will
not be permitted.
Dress Code
Hair, beards, and mustaches must be neatly trimmed
and groomed; Shoulder length or longer hair must be
pulled back
Body Piercing
• Earrings
• Conservative and professional in appearance
• No more than two earrings in each ear
• No larger than three-quarters (3/4) of an inch in
diameter or length
• Gauge earrings must be covered.
Dress Code
• No other visible body piercing will be permitted
including but not limited to eye brow, nose and
belly button jewelry.
• No lower extremity body jewelry should be visible.
Tattoos
• No visible tattoos will be permitted
Fingernails
• Artificial fingernails or extenders are not allowed
• Natural nail tips shall be less than ¼ inch long
from the tip of the finger
Dress Code
Footwear
• Clean, supportive walking shoes, including
athletic shoes.
• Only closed toe shoes are allowed in patient
areas
• In no case are thongs, flip flops or any other
similar type shoe allowed
Summary
We are proud of the services that we
provide for our customers at Pawnee
Valley Community Hospital and want to
offer the best learning opportunities
possible.
Questions can be directed to the
Education Department at HaysMed
(785-623-5500)
Resources
HaysMed Policy & Procedure ManagerTM.
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