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Category Archives: Ascension
Posted: April 6, 2020 at 5:08 pm
Wednesday, April 01, 2020 8:35 p.m. CDT
WAUSAU, WI (WSAU) -- A week after launching drive-thru COVID-19 testing in central Wisconsin, Ascension Medical Group added to their locations providing the service Wednesday.
According to a press release, the Tomahawk and Woodruff sites will offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing. Those who wish to be tested at drive-through locations must first be pre-screened by an Ascension Medical Group provider by appointment or virtually using Ascension Online Care, per the release.
Additionally, those interested in drive-through testing at these locations should contact their local Ascension Medical Group Clinic for appointment options.
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Posted: at 5:07 pm
Facebook pages and groups have been created to provide networking opportunities among Ascension Parish residents.
During a time of social distancing, many are utilizing social media to keep in touch during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Facebook pages and groups have been created to provide networking opportunities among Ascension Parish residents.
Save Ascension Businesses, with some 800 followers, was created by St. Amant Fire Chief and Constable James E. LeBlanc as a platform to support local businesses during the economic downturn.
Local businesses are the heartbeat and backbone of small towns like our own, and they need our help in times like these, the pages pinned post read.
Daily posts feature a variety of businesses from around the parish, sharing special offers and inventory updates.
Louisiana has 437,437 small businesses, which account for 99.5 percent of the state's businesses, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The state has 917,466 small business employees, a representation of 53 percent of Louisiana's employees.
Aside from promoting small businesses in the area, others have been sharing general information of interest to locals.
COVID-19: Surviving in Ascension Parish was created to provide networking, resources, and moral support. It had more than 1,750 members over the weekend.
Mary Wesley Babin and Buddy Legnon serve as administrators for the group.
"Buddy and I have tried to keep this site very clean and informative," Babin said. "It's been a pleasure having everyone on this site."
One member has posted a prayer every day for members, she said.
Also, the group plans on holding a drawing for an Ascension Parish family or single parent currently unemployed.
"We will be giving away some seasoning, groceries, and essentials," Babin said.
Tara Broussard said the group is the only one she uses for local information on coronavirus.
Though some comments to posts have been snippy, overall she's found the group informative and encouraging.
"No group is perfect, and I don't expect it to be," she said.
Lori Thacker said she follows just one group to avoid an overload of coronavirus information.
"I've learned a lot about COVID-19 and how it's affecting my community. This is the only group like this I'm in," she said.
Jenny Brignac Kocke has been impressed with the level of civility of the members.
"It's probably one of the most civil ones in all of Facebook!" she said. "Which isn't an easy task. It's very informative, as well as helpful."
Lydia Brown also found the group's posts helpful.
"I get a lot of information here," she said.
Belinda Guillot and Cathryn Stanley both agreed that the group was a great resource.
"It keeps those in our area on top of the latest information," Stanley said.
This group is very informative, and I like that its local, Kari Millet added.
Deanna Roberts Bourgeois has been checking in every day.
"Using technology to stay connected as a community can be powerful," she said.
‘Father of American Aeronautics’ once flew over the mountains of Lycoming County | News, Sports, Jobs – Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Posted: at 5:07 pm
Before he became known as an innovator in the field of hot air ballooning, John Wise, who is considered the Father of American Aeronautics. ascended to the skies over Lycoming County.
On the 24th of July, 1841, John Wise, the famous balloonist, made an ascension from Williamsport which attracted the attention of people from miles around, historian John F. Meginness wrote in an account of the flight.
Wise, a native of Lancaster, was 33 years old when he made his flight here. According to Meginness, it was the balloonists 30th ascension.
The earliest record of a successful manned hot air balloon flight was in 1783 in France, where a balloon made by the Montgolfier brothers first across the Parisian skyline carrying two men about a little over five miles before landing safely. Even before that, man had explored the idea of hot air lifting a balloon off the ground, similar to a Chinese lantern.
According to biographical account in the Lancaster history, John Wise had been interested in flight from an early age. An anecdote on Lancasters historical site said that as a young boy he had even tied his cat to a homemade parachute and observed the cats safe descent from a local church steeple.
Wises first ascension was made in 1835, six years before he soared over the mountains south of Williamsport. In his lifetime Wise was reported to have made 462 balloon ascensions.
The flight here was witnessed by hundreds of spectators, according to Meginness.
The balloon rose gracefully to a great height and then sailed over Bald Eagle mountain and was soon lost to view, the account of the flight stated.
His descent wasnt without drama, as Meginness related it.
He descended in White Deer valley, landing in front of the house of Mr. Deeter, badly frightening two women, who were the only inmates. Mr. Wise succeeded in convincing them that he was not an evil spirit, when they came out and viewed the wonder, Meginness wrote of the event.
Wise with being a part of a balloon corps during the Civil War, flying over Arlington, Virginia, to spy on Confederate forces, according to historical accounts. Wise is also believed to have made the first air mail delivery in 1859.
Unlike most bloodstains of that time period, Wise is reported to have approached ballooning from the perspective of a scientist, conducted experiments in atmospheric pressure and pneumatics during his flights. He was reported to be one of the first people to notice the air flow over the ocean, which we know now as the jet stream, according to a history of aeronautics.
His last flight, in 1879, ended with his balloon landing in Lake Michigan, where it is believed that Wise drowned.
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Wisconsin health care workers worry limited access to paid leave will allow COVID-19 to spread – WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee
Posted: at 5:06 pm
MILWAUKEE -- "If I become sick, I don't want to even say anything," one nurse said.
In that single sentence, she summarized what seven Wisconsin nurses, doctors, and medical assistants spent hours describing to FOX6. The employees, who work for various area health systems, expressed fear that their employers' policies will discourage sick medical professionals from staying home, while encouraging the spread of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, health system administrators say they're trying to protect their workers while ensuring they have enough staff to respond to the current health crisis.
"My number one concern is obviously the safety of the public," the nurse said.
'How would I know?'
"I'd been controlling the fever pretty much with Tylenol and ibuprofen, but I was still getting night sweats," an Advocate Aurora medical assistant said. "And then I was actually short of breath."
It took the medical assistant four days to get tested for COVID-19, and four more to receive the negative results.
"But they did say since I had a little bit of a cough, I had to remain home until I was three days symptom-free without any fever control medications," he said, adding that he used ten days of personal time off, or PTO, during the time he followed instructions and stayed home.
"I just said, 'Hey this is what happened and I'm just looking to see if I can get time back for the quarantine pay,'" the medical assistant said. "And the response was, 'Did you have a confirmed work case exposure?'"
"How would I know?" he asked.
How it works
Employees gave FOX6 copies of Advocate Aurora, Froedtert Health, Froedtert South, and Ascension policies about COVID-19 leave. The pandemic is forcing health systems to change their policies frequently, sometimes daily, but employees provided the most up-to-date paperwork they had.
While the health system leave policies differ in several ways, each outlined a manner in which employees would be paid if exposed to a confirmed COVID-19 case on the job.
But with strict restrictions on who can get tested for COVID-19 and delays in receiving test results, health care workers say they're usually unsure if, when, or where they were exposed. That means medical professionals who show symptoms of COVID-19 could end up at home using PTO or going without pay.
What's the big deal?
If sick leave is meant to be used when employees are sick, why does it matter if doctors, nurses, and medical assistants need to use that leave when exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms from unknown sources?
Every health care worker who spoke to FOX6 expressed concern that, in this pandemic, requiring medical professionals to use their often-limited PTO or go without pay will discourage them from staying home if they're sick, and instead encourage the spread of COVID-19 to their vulnerable patients.
Advocate Aurora's policy dated March 30, 2020 says employees receive "quarantine pay" if exposed to a confirmed COVID-19 case at work. "Personal exposure" requires the use of PTO; employees are permitted to "borrow" against future PTO. Previous versions of the policy specified that employees would need to take unpaid time off in the absence of PTO.
Froedtert South, which includes Froedtert Kenosha Hospital and Froedtert Pleasant Prairie Hospial, has a policy saying employees who test positive for COVID-19 due to workplace exposure will be asked to fill out a worker's compensation claim, while employees with COVID-19 symptoms will "follow standard call-in/attendance procedures.
The policy says employees who test positive for COVID-19 from "personal exposure" and are not eligible for benefits will be unpaid.
"If I call in and tell you I have a sore throat or a cough, I get quarantined for 14 days without pay," a Froedtert South nurse said. "So there are many people that are the sole breadwinners of their family. So do you really think they're going to tell the truth and say, `Uh, yeah I'm not feeling very well?'"
"It will spread," a different Froedtert South nurse said. "A hundred percent. Because we're not being tested and we're not being compensated if we get infected. So who wants to go up there and be like, 'Oh, I feel like I have shortness of breath and I woke up today with a fever and it's kind of hard for me to breath,' when I know I'm going to be sent home without pay? People are going to come to work and it's going to spread."
"Were not protected in that sense," she continued. "And that is scary. That is downright scary."
Froedtert Health, which includes Froedtert Hospital, Froedtert West Bend Hospitals, and Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital, has different human resources policies. Those documents say staff will continue to receive full pay if they test positive for COVID-19 or are quarantined, but the paperwork provided to FOX6 does not detail what happens to employees who are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms.
Ascension's policy says employees are paid for work-related exposure, and use a combination of PTO and/or short-term disability for "social-related" exposure.
None of the health system policy documents provided to FOX6 specify exactly how the workplaces will determine whether an employee's potential COVID-19 exposure is work-related.
"How are we supposed to feed our kids, our family?" a Froedtert South nurse asked. "Pay our mortgage, our bills? Buy food? Everybody there wants to protect the public. But unfortunately, we just arent having the means presented to us."
Health systems respond
FOX6 asked Advocate Aurora, Ascension Wisconsin, Froedtert Health, and Froedtert South for copies of their most updated COVID-19 leave policies. None of the health systems provided the documentation, nor did they answer specific questions about how those policies work.
Instead, company spokespeople sent statements outlining how they are trying to provide additional resources for their employees during the pandemic. Employees who work closely with administrators but were not authorized to talk to the press about this issue emphasized the difficult balance of protecting employees and ensuring there are enough staff members to handle future predicted surges in COVID-19 cases.
An Aurora Advocate spokesperson said:
"We are grateful for the unwavering commitment of our team members during this public health crisis. Our approach to supporting team members who need to be away from work continues to evolve as the crisis unfolds. The care of our team members is always top of mind, and weve made available a number of resources and introduced new programs, including an enhanced PTO policy and an innovative partnership with the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee, to support them during these challenging times."
An Ascension Wisconsin spokesperson emailed:
"The safety of our patients and caregivers is our utmost priority as we all work to slow the transmission of COVID-19 and care for all those in need. As cases of COVID-19 increase, Ascension Wisconsin continuestoaggressively respondtothis evolving situationtoensure we are protecting our patients, associates and the communities we serve. We are constantly reassessing and updating our policies and guidelinesin accordance with CDC recommendations."
"As part of our commitment toour associates, Ascension Wisconsin is helping associates who are requiredtowork during this national crisis who may have additional unexpected dependent care needs during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Ascension Wisconsin Foundations has developed a statewide resource for all Ascension Wisconsin associates who areinneed of childcaretoconnect themto those needed and available resources."
In an email, a Froedtert Health spokesperson outlined efforts to expand the number of staff working from home, create a platform to connect employees with child care, and provide additional resources for mental health and emotional health needs.
Froedtert South did not respond.
"I used to be in the military, I get the whole situation," the Advocate Aurora medical assistant said. "They need to have the people they need to do the work. But they also need to protect the people who do the work."
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Posted: March 24, 2020 at 6:10 am
MOUNT PLEASANT Ascension Health said that it has officially launched drive-thru testing for COVID-19 in Wisconsin, including one location in Mount Pleasant.
SC Johnson helped Ascension set up the testing location.
"Ascension All Saints Hospital is incredibly grateful to SC Johnson for its support at a time we all need to come together," Kristin McManmon, Ascension All Saints Hospital President, said in a statement. "We opened our first COVID-19 mobile testing site in Mount Pleasant today and deeply appreciate the generous assistance of SC Johnson as we all work to slow the transmission of COVID-19 and care for all those in need."
Before getting tested, individuals still need to be prescreened by an Ascension provider by phone or virtually via Ascension Online Care. If a provider deems that the individual should be tested, then they will be told where the nearest testing location is.
Prescreening questions include travel history, inquiries about symptoms and potential contact with other COVID-19 patients.
On-site, patients will not leave their car. Nasal swab samples will be collected and then sent to a lab for testing, with results expected to take up to one week.
Toilet paper rolls are mixed in with Whiteclaw Hard Seltzer cans inside a crane game machine at Marci's on Main in Downtown Racine Saturday.
Mike Conley, of Racine, and Mark and Jeff Sandberg, of Mondovi have a drink Saturday at Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery in Downtown Racine, after the annual Downtown Racine St. Patrick's Day Parade was canceled because the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mark Sandberg, of Mondovi, Wisconsin, raises a glass of green beer Saturday at the Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery in Downtown Racine, after the annual Downtown Racine St. Patrick's Day Parade was canceled because the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ivanhoe will open its doors at 7 a.m. on Tuesday to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and will feature an Irish Breakfest and live music.
Mike Conley of Racine, and his nephew Jeff Sandberg, of Mondovi tip their hats (revealing even smaller hats) on Saturday at Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery in Downtown Racine, after the annual Downtown Racine St. Patrick's Day Parade was canceled because the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ivanhoe is still planning to open its doors at 7 a.m. Tuesday to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and feature an Irish Breakfast and live music.
Shawn Pittsley, Janet Kinsley, Gary Kinsley and Rick Simon wait to cross Sixth Street while walking along Wisconsin Avenue on Saturday. Downtown Racine was conspicuously quiet Saturday, considering it was expected to be full with St. Patrick's Day Parade celebrators, but the parade and other festivities were called off due to COVID-19 fears.
Waitress Tyna Rodriguez delivers drinks to customers Saturday March 14, 2020, at the Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery in Downtown Racine, after the annual Downtown Racine St. Patrick's Day Parade was canceled because the coronavirus pandemic. The Ivanhoe will open its doors at 7 a.m., Tuesday to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and will feature an Irish Breakfest and live music.
Gerardo and Julia Aquino drink green beer at Marci's on Main on Saturday. They were undeterred by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marci Bruley and her son, Austin Krieger, serve drinks to thirsty patrons the Saturday before St. Patrick's Day in Downtown Racine.
Bobby Nash walks back toThe Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery, dressed in green, Saturday afternoon during Saturday's atypical St. Patrick's Day weekend festivities.
A sign inside an information kiosk advertises Saturday's St. Patrick Day's Parade that was canceled due to COVID-19 fears.
Three men walk along Sixth Street, dressed in faux Irish garb, Saturday afternoon.
A woman, wearing a green scarf the Saturday before St. Patrick's Day, crosses a quiet Wisconsin Avenue. Downtown was expected to be busy that day, but theSt. Patrick's Day Parade and other festivities were canceled due to coronavirus quarantines.
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Alverno Colleges School of Nursing to donate personal protective equipment to Ascension hospitals – WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee
Posted: at 6:10 am
MILWAUKEE Alverno Colleges JoAnn McGrath School of Nursing and Health Professions will donate its supply of protective gear and face masks to their primary healthcare partner, Ascension, on Monday, March 23, the school announced Sunday.
Alverno will donate 30 gowns, 450 masks, and 9 cases of gloves to Ascension hospitals during this coronavirus pandemic. The college will continue teaching courses online until the end of the semester.
Ascension Wisconsin made a call for donations for personal protective equipment (PPE) on Saturday, March 21.
Individuals or companies interested in making a donation should contact Ascension Wisconsins Foundation partners atAscensionWIFoundations@ascension.org. Once the donation is confirmed, arrangements can be made to pick up the donation and deliver it to the appropriate Ascension Wisconsin facility.
Supplies being requested for donation:
Ascension asks that donationsnotbe dropped off at Ascension Wisconsin facilities. The Ascension Wisconsin Foundation team will work directly with individuals and companies to assess each donation.
At this time, Ascension Wisconsin cannot accept donations that are handmade (ex: sewn face masks) and is working with local and state health officials to determine if such items could be an option in the future.
Posted: at 6:10 am
Beginning March 21, Ascension Hospitals will be temporarily stopping in-person visitations, however there will be some exceptions made on a case-by-case basis.
Exceptions will include labor and delivery, neonatal intensive care and end-of-life-care.
Ascension is implementing the no in-person visitation restrictions as a continued attempt to try and limit the chance of exposure to COVID-19 by both patients and employees.
In a statement released by Ascension they stated,
"We understand that during this time it is important to stay connected to loved ones and remain aware of their status while hospitalized. We encourage any potential visitors to use alternate methods of communication to stay in contact with loved ones, such as calling, video chatting, or texting."
The hospital is recommending staying in contact through virtual visitation. Suggesting that both patient and potential visitor download apps like, Facetime, Google Hangout and Skype.
Additional changes to Ascension's restricted visitation policy include:
There is no current time-frame for when this policy will be lifted.
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RACINE COUNTY Ascension Medical Group Wisconsin is developing drive-through testing sites for COVID-19, the organization announced Thursday afternoon. The first three are in Franklin, West Allis and Milwaukee, but Ascension is not publicly announced exact testing site locations.
Individuals who wish to be tested must first be prescreened by an Ascension Medical Group provider, by phone, or virtually using Ascension Online Care. For Racine County residents, they would then be directed to the nearest testing site, in Franklin.
We are working diligently with local and state health officials to operationalize these sites as quickly as possible to keep the health and safety of the communities we're privileged to serve a top priority, an Ascension spokeswoman stated.
The screening involves answering a series of questions about symptoms, travel history and any potential contact with COVID-19 patients. Patients who meet the criteria, which is based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will be given an appointment for drive-through testing at the appropriate site.
There also is an Ascension COVID-19 Hotline set up for those who have questions about COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms, or those who want to receive a text message to schedule an Ascension Online Care appointment with a provider. The toll-free number for Wisconsin is 1-833-981-0711.
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Ascension Lourdes and UHS Continue to stress virtual walk-ins for COVID-19 screenings – WIVT – NewsChannel 34
Posted: at 6:10 am
Posted: Mar 22, 2020 / 05:40 PM UTC / Updated: Mar 22, 2020 / 05:40 PM UTC
Ascension Lourdes and UHS Continue to Stress Virtual Walk-Ins for COVID Screening
Due to a limited supply of personal protective equipment and tests for COVID-19, in order to best treat our patients, we are limiting testing to only those patients who are most critical.
Because of this, we ask patients to not use our Primary Care practices, walk-ins or Emergency Departments simply because they want to be tested.
Patients will be screened and evaluated by a provider in the safety of their homes.
If you cannot utilize the virtual walk-in, patients may call their primary care offices for telephonic screening first.
Patients who do not receive a COVID 19 test will be evaluated with careful consideration to their needs and given a plan of care to best support their recovery.
We are taking these measures to ensure the safety of our patients and staff by limiting unnecessary exposure.
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One Medical and Ascension Texas to Collaborate on Connecting Primary and Specialty Care – Yahoo Finance
Posted: at 6:10 am
Leading healthcare provider organizations will focus on seamless care coordination
AUSTIN, Texas and SAN FRANCISCO, March 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- One Medical is bringing its modernized, membership-based primary care model to Austin, and will partner with Ascension Texas to facilitate more seamless access and coordinated care across primary care and specialty care services.
One Medicals consumer-driven primary care platform combines seamless digital health and inviting in-office care convenient to where people work, shop, live and click. One Medical plans to launch in Austin with new medical office locations and its digital health services over the next 12 months, and will clinically and digitally integrate with Ascension Texas providers and sites of care in the community. Through this partnership, the two organizations aim to achieve greater care coordination between primary and specialty care settings, advance an exceptional experience for consumers and employers, and reduce administrative burdens and costs. Austin will be One Medicals 13th metropolitan market, following its anticipated entry into Atlanta, Georgia, Portland, Oregon, and Orange County, California in 2020.
We greatly look forward to expanding to Austin in collaboration with Ascension Texas. Together, we will deliver streamlined access and a heightened experience across primary and specialty care settings, furthering our vision to delight our members with better health, better care, and lower costs, said John Singerling, Chief Network Officer of One Medical.
As Ascension Texas primary care providers continue to serve the rapidly growing needs of the expanding Austin market, both in person and through virtual care, we look forward to welcoming One Medical providers to further care for the community, said Samson Jesudass, MD, Chief Clinical Officer, Ascension Texas. Through this collaboration, our specialists will work with primary care providers to offer seamless specialty care and services to those we together are privileged to serve.
About One MedicalOne Medical is a membership-based primary care platform with seamless digital health and inviting in-office care, convenient to where people work, shop, live and click. One Medicals mission is to transform health care for all through a human-centered, technology-powered model. One Medicals vision is to delight members with better health, better care, and lower costs.
Headquartered in San Francisco, 1Life Healthcare, Inc. (ONEM) is the administrative and managerial services company for the affiliated One Medical physician owned professional corporations that deliver medical services in-office and virtually. 1Life and the One Medical entities do business under the One Medical brand.
About Ascension TexasIn Texas, Ascension operates Ascension Providence and Ascension Seton, which includes Dell Childrens Medical Center, the regions only comprehensive childrens hospital and pediatric Level I trauma center, and Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas, the regions only Level I trauma center for adults. Ascension Seton partners with Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin and shares a common vision of transforming healthcare through a focus on quality and value. Serving Texas for 115 years, Ascension is a faith-based healthcare organization committed to delivering compassionate, personalized care to all, with special attention to persons living in poverty and those most vulnerable. Ascension is one of the leading non-profit and Catholic health systems in the U.S., operating 2,600 sites of care including 150 hospitals and more than 50 senior living facilities in 20 states and the District of Columbia. Visit http://www.ascension.org and http://www.dellchildrens.net.
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