Welcome to Project Thankful Central!

Project Thankful is a new tradition within UI Health Care. During this season of gratitude, we’re giving you simple ways to thank your coworkers and work friends for the work they do every day.

Here’s how to pay it forward:

Send a thank you card

It’s a small way to recognize someone you appreciate. If you get a thank you, give a thank you!

Two ways to send:

  1. Print: Click here to download a thank you card, then print, fold (twice), and send it on its way to a coworker you’d like to thank!
  2. Email: Click here to view the digital thank you card. Then right-click on the image, select “Copy image,” and paste it into the body of an email to send someone a digital thank you.

Introducing…JUMBO CARD!

That’s right. It’s big. Really big. Jumbo cards are traveling thank you cards that will be making their way around our campus as an extra BIG way for our team to say “thanks” to each other. Read more about the jumbo cards here.

Our stories

Through the end of the year, we’ll be featuring several of our team members who want to say “thank you” to each other. Let us know who you are most grateful for and we may feature them in a story! Email noon-news@uiowa.edu with their name, your name, and why you want to say “thanks.”

Check back each week for new stories, added below.

We want to hear from you!

Who are you thankful for? Let us know! Share photos of you with the thank you cards you get—and give—using the hashtag #IowaProud on social media. Or, email noon-news@uiowa.edu with any photos or stories you’d like to share.

 

Trish Zander-Hubing thanks Ivann Galvan and Trisha Bartz

When a portable CT service was needed for the PICU, radiology technologists Ivann Galvan and Trisha Bartz stepped up and ensured a smooth implementation of the new service.

Nicole Paulsen thanks Donna Maurer and Joanna Eaton

Nicole Paulsen, RDN, LD, assistant director of Patient Services, recently recognized Donna Maurer and Joanna Eaton for their hard work and making a positive difference.

Darla Carter thanks Kate Scheer

A new service offering can mean lots of planning and coordination, but for Darla Carter, MSN, RN, CNML, nursing manager, having Kate Scheer on the team made all the difference.

Sydney Sedivec thanks Shelly Searles

A recent situation at UI Health Care–Iowa River Landing prompted Sydney Sedivec, medical assistant, to take time to thank Shelly Searles, paramedic, for her can-do attitude.

Nancy Adams thanks Max Freund

Max Freund created and out-of-the-box solution for teammate Nancy Adams, adding an element of fun to the way she works. Recently, Nancy had the chance to say “thanks” in a big way.

Amy Beckmann thanks Haylee Latta

Amy Beckmann recently had the opportunity to say “thanks” for the work Haylee Latta, put in for the good of the patient, and the team.

 

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Remember: Make sure any photos you take do not include any sensitive information or images of patients or visitors.

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