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2018 CMH Scholarship: Now Accepting Applications

The CMH Scholarship was initiated by the Employee Activities Committee, now the Employee Engagement Board (EEB), to support family members of CMH employees who are pursuing post-secondary education opportunities. Eligible applicants include family members of CMH employees. This year’s application period extends through Friday, May 4, 2018. There are two scholarships awarded, each for $1000. If you have questions about the online application, please contact Kelsey Swindler. Otherwise, questions related to scholarship eligibility can be directed to EEB President, Erin Morrow or Director of Human Resources, Teresa Daniels.

Apply here.

Holiday Vendor Blender

Ready for another CMH Vendor Blender? We're hosting our fourth Vendor Blender on Thursday, December 6, 2018 from 11:00am - 2:00pm. This is an opportunity to show off your side gigs – whether you have a small family business, love arts and crafts, or you sell Pampered Chef, Thirty One, or other products, this is your opportunity to represent what you do to your fellow employees! Spots are first come, first served. If you would like to participate, please fill out the online application here.

Code of Conduct

Dear Colleague,

At RCCH HealthCare Partners our mission is simple "To create an environment where passionate people provide compassionate care—always improving the lives of those we serve." In order to achieve that mission, we must first and foremost be a people of integrity and honesty. To assure this ongoing commitment to integrity and honesty, we are pleased to introduce the RCCH HealthCare Partners Code of Conduct.

The RCCH HealthCare Partners Code of Conduct is part of our overall program of Ethics and Compliance. It serves as a guide for each of us—board, trustees, employees, volunteers and service providersas we strive to conduct all of our business dealings with a high degree of honesty and integrity. Medical and business decisions can be complex. The Code of Conduct is a plain guide to using good judgment and making the right choices. We expect all of us to know and follow it. We all have a role to play and every one of us can make a real difference. Everyone has individual responsibility and accountability to follow our legal and regulatory compliance policies, and to conduct activities in an ethical manner. To help you, our Code of Conduct sets out our standards on how we should behave with our stakeholderspatients, fellow employees, community, physicians and regulators. However, no code of conduct can spell out appropriate behavior for every situation. RCCH relies on each of us to use good judgment of what is right and proper in any particular situation. If there is any doubt, ask your-self:

  1. Does it comply with RCCH HealthCare Partners standards, including this Code and our policies and procedures?
  2. How would my action look as a headline in tomorrow's newspaper?
  3. How would my family or friends view my behavior?
  4. Does it follow the letter and spirit of the law and regulation?

You are a critical member of our team and play an important role in our future. Thank you for your commitment to your hospital and to RCCH HealthCare Partners.


Martin S. Rash
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

View the full Code of Conduct here.

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Clinton Memorial Hospital
610 W. Main St.
Wilmington, Ohio 45177