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Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital

Cardinal Glennon's Family Room: 314.251.5600 Ext. 5500

Hospital's January Newsletter

From Amy Leipholtz, Cardinal Glennon's Director of Volunteer Services

Washer + Dryer Tidbits

These washer and dryer tidbits will help you, tremendously!

These notes are also posted directly on each machine for families to read and help themselves, so please, no need to add additional notes to the machines.

Emergency Procedures

These procedures align with the hospital's guidelines and will be posted in the Family Room soon, for quick reference. 

Running the Dishwasher

When you are the last volunteer of the day, please remember it is your duty to run the dishwasher before you go! Any dirty dishes from the day, as well as all coffee pots and the (emptied) coffee grounds tray. Put the detergent pod in the bottom of the dishwasher (not in the door) to ensure it washes the dishes. 

Panic Button System Instructions

Need to discretely contact the hospital's public safety? Read how to here. 

Inventory and Snacks

If you ever notice we are running low on something, please do not hesitate to reach out and let us know! You can either email Cierra, who is our Inventory Gal.

Volunteer Links

Exceed and Volunteer Portal are all saved on the favorites bar on Chrome for easier access for you! Please utilize these links during your shift. 

Exceedrmhc.arreva.com

Laundry Sign

Closing up the room and laundry hasn't been claimed yet? Check out this new sign provided for you to post on the door after you close. 

A physical, laminated copy is in the filing cabinet, in the "Open Hours" folder, not the binder. 

  • What does OUT/Rachel G. mean?
    This means that Rachel will not be at her normal shift. "OUT" means someone has that normal shift but they will not be there. The name behind the "/" is the person who normally has that shift. This is a shift we would send out in an open shift email.
  • What does Joey T./Rachel G. mean?
    This means that Joey picked the shift up for Rachel and it will only be him at this shift. The name in front of the "/" is the person filling in for the person who has the regular shift. The name after the "/" is the name of the person with that regular shift. This is what the calendar looks like after a volunteer picks it up from an open shift email.
  • What does Joey T./VACANT mean?
    This means that Joey picked a shift, for a shift that does not have a regular volunteer. The name in front of the "/" is the volunteer who picked up the shift. The "VACANT" after the "/" means that this is not someone's normal shift. This is what the calendar looks like after a volunteer picks it up from an open shift email.
  • What does VACANT mean?
    This means that this shift does not have a regular volunteer and until someone offers to come in for that shift, no one will be there. This is a shift we would send out in an open shift email.
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