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In 2019, Dignity Health and Catholic Health Initiatives united as one: CommonSpirit Health, a nonprofit health system committed to serving the common good.
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CommonSpirit Health Dec 11
It’s important to have grit & determination, and to push ourselves to be better. The more optimism you have inside, the more you can project to others. ––––– “In cultivating kindness toward ourselves, we might feel more generous toward others.” What kindness can you show someone?
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CommonSpirit Health Dec 6
“It is possible to use our life to serve only our own needs. It is also possible to focus exclusively on the needs of those around us. By experiencing ourselves and the world as inseparable, we might serve both at once.” –––– So, what can you do to make the world a better place?
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CommonSpirit Health Dec 3
Why does it feel so good to give to another? You can argue that we are all connected, sharing one common spirit, and in giving to another, we feed not only their happiness and well-being but ours as well.
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CommonSpirit Health Nov 28
Perhaps the most endearing characteristic of the human spirit is our desire to give. No matter our circumstances, we can all give—whether it’s a smile or our time or a seat at our table. .
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CommonSpirit Health Nov 26
No journey is without its ups and downs. When it appears the day may get the best of us, it helps to realize that we reserve the authority to shift, at any point, our perception of the day. –––––– One reason why practicing reflective pause is so valuable:
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CommonSpirit Health Nov 21
Art has the power to heal, and to connect individuals to their communities. Chyela is the Arts and Healthcare Coordinator at CHI Memorial in Chattanooga, TN. Learn about her work and how CommonSpirit is bringing the healing power of art to health care.
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CommonSpirit Health Nov 19
While change is healthy, sometimes the hard work needed to pursue it can consume us and unsettle our personal lives. Monitoring the health of our most meaningful relationships ensures that we stay balanced and our work remains effective. Learn more:
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CommonSpirit Health Nov 13
“Art has the power to heal.” Learn about Chyela’s work and how CommonSpirit is bringing the healing power of art to healthcare. Watch here:
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CommonSpirit Health Nov 11
We at join the community in mourning the loss of , their Chairman and CEO. We will remember his leadership and devotion to the advancement of health equity. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and our Kaiser Permanente colleagues.
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CommonSpirit Health Nov 11
Everyone deserves to feel safe. We thank all those who keep this country out of harm’s way. Our mission to serve the common good continues because of your courage.
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CommonSpirit Health Nov 6
Today, we share our Mission Statement –  "As CommonSpirit Health, we make the healing presence of God known in our world by improving the health of the people we serve, especially those who are vulnerable, while we advance social justice for all."
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CommonSpirit Health Nov 1
“When we treat the whole person; emotionally, spiritually and physically, then we can provide the best care for that person.” – Chyela Rowe. Watch to learn more about Chyela’s work and how CommonSpirit is bringing the healing power of art to healthcare.
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CommonSpirit Health Oct 30
Every community has a conscience. It’s created by our actions and inactions, and is guided by the way in which we treat each other. ––––––––– Building life-giving relationships is one way to keep our communities strong. Discover more here:
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CommonSpirit Health Oct 29
The more thoughtfully we work together, the more enriched our lives and the ones of those around us become. With our spiritual caregiver, Tom Harshman, we have identified 3 essential ingredients to keeping our spirits fed, our hope alive, and our common mission moving ahead.
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CommonSpirit Health Oct 23
The more we know, the more we can do. When we better understand the situations of others and the factors that affect their well-being, the better equipped we are to offer help where it’s needed most. That’s why we’re excited to play our part in National !
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CommonSpirit Health Oct 21
Gratitude is similar to a sunset. You can receive another’s gratitude every day, and allow to it stir a part of your soul. ––––––– “To pass a flame from one candle to another increases the presence of light. So it is with gratitude.” Learn more:
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Lloyd H. Dean Oct 21
Pleased to announce that 's Accountable Care Organizations have reduced Medicare spending by $39 million in 2018 through value-based care. Proud of our teams for their focus on improving health outcomes in our communities. - L
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Lloyd H. Dean Oct 18
is dedicated to healthy communities. This starts with moving beyond our hospital walls and working with local partners to provide job skills, housing, and food. One example in SF is La Cocina, helping women start their own businesses. - L
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CommonSpirit Health Oct 17
In serving the common good, poverty and inequality are two of the largest hurdles to overcome. But nothing is insurmountable when people work together–and especially when they care for one another.
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CommonSpirit Health Oct 15
We feel it’s important to always ask: what opportunities are present that we might be missing? ––––– “Opportunities are rarely experienced without some kind of self-imposed verdict on our choices. But what if we looked back on them through a gentler lens?”
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