Hospital Week 2012

UPMC Hamot celebrated its employees during Hospital Week in various ways, including free coffee, a free lunch day, special lectures, free ice cream, short video debut and popcorn, gift shop discounts, and a wellness event.

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Nursing director, Marci Bradley, dons a chef’s hat and poses with an employee in the cafeteria.

Chief Medical Officer, Richard Long, MD, and marketing and corporate communications directory, Sara Erhartic, man their post to serve free cookies to employees.

Joe Butler, vice president of hospital IT operations, serves lunch to employees on Free Lunch Day.

Employees from the UPMC Hamot Health Connection are served their free lunches.

Employees from the UPMC Hamot Bariatric Surgery Center are served their free lunches.

Marketing and corporate communications director, Sara Erhartic, helps serve free brownies alongside an employee in the cafeteria.

Employee safety and wellness manager, Brian Hammer, gets free lunch together for an employee from the UPMC Hamot facilities team.

Ryan King, director of orthopaedic and neuroscience services, Francis Foti, MD, and Cindy Fellows, manager of Flagship CVTS, man their stations to hand out free lunch to employees.

Krista Yoder, director of the School of Anesthesia, Kelly McDonald, administrative business manager of the Physician Network, and Tina Casillo, business manager of Bayfront Digestive Disease, smile as they get ready to serve free lunch.

Chief Operating Officer, Jim Fiorenzo, at his food station wearing an apron poses for a photo with an employee in the cafeteria.


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