WHOLE PERSON CARE
Our employees are our single most valuable asset. By fostering a relationship-driven culture, we can help employees feel a stronger connection to the organization, their colleagues and the work they do. By supporting employees, we give them the freedom to focus on the reason we’re all here in the first place: to make a difference in people’s lives.
After all, we’re nothing without our people. Each and every one of us plays a role in meeting people’s needs and providing them Whole Person Care.
RALLYING BEHIND AN AUTHENTIC, SHARED VISION MAKES A DIFFERENCE.
When you’re connected to the vision of Whole Person Care, you can provide an even better experience and outcome for patients we serve so that we all can affect the health of our communities.
Only together, in support of each other, do we make Whole Person Care possible.
We intend to foster a relationship-driven culture that supports Whole Person Care not just for the people we serve, but also for you. When you have the support you need, you can focus on what called so many of you to work in health care: to make a difference in people’s lives.
What does that kind of culture look like? Let some of the people and places of Allina Health show you how we’re making it possible.
Gio Martinez spent the first eight years of his life in war-torn El Salvador. Today, he brings his gratitude and sense of family with him every day.
Whole Person Care already happens in many areas of our organization and in the individual interactions between our staff and the patients and families they care for every day. These toolkit activities are aimed at helping people recognize and celebrate Whole Person Care so that we can work together to deliver it more consistently with our patients and each other.
Pick a story from above to read that relates to your work.
Pick a minimum of one discussion question to serve as a conversation starter with the group.
As an optional next step, choose a Put it into Action Activity – these can be performed on your own, at or away from work.