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MJE Employee Caring Campaign: Laura Ganapini Shares Impact Story

Published: Nov. 21, 2017
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Methodist Jennie Edmundson employees like Laura Ganapini know the powerful impact made by dollars donated to the Employee Caring Campaign. 

Laura Ganapini, Employee Caring Campaign Donor

Because she splits her time between Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital in Council Bluffs and Methodist Women’s Hospital in Omaha, Laura Ganapini feels equally at home in both hospitals and with both staffs.

As the Supply Chain Manager, Laura ensures that staff at both locations have everything they need to do their jobs effectively. Thanks to the diligence of Laura and her crew, supplies are always close at hand.

Laura supports the MJEH Employee Caring Campaign and proudly serves as an ambassador for her department. She encourages her staff to support the campaign and also makes sure they’re aware that it will be there for them if they need financial assistance in the future.

“The campaign relies heavily on the support of employees and is a valuable resource for staff and patients who need assistance,” she said. “The biggest thing I stress to my staff is that as employees we should believe in the health system we work for and support what it does.”

As employees in a caregiving work environment, Laura’s department helps others every day. The Caring Campaign takes helping to an even higher level.

“They may need help at some point in their lives, and because they supported the campaign, the financial resources they need — for medical expenses, bills, emergencies, whatever — will be available to them,” she said.

Remember that employees' gifts -- in any amount -- will support excellent patient care and the projects and programs at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital and show our community that employees believe in the important work our Jennie Family does.

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