The following links are available to Lurie Children's employees to access hospital applications remotely.
Visit the Lurie Childrens benefit enrollment portal to select and make changes to your benefits.
Lurie Children's employees, volunteers, fellows, residents, attendings and students may use this form to request release of their immunization history.
Lurie Children's web access to Outlook e-mail.
Learning Is Continuous & For Everyone
The WeLearn system is everyone's go-to for personal and professional development. Accessible on any device — anywhere, anytime. From any browser, go directly to luriechildrens.csod.com.
Compensation: Personal or professional development is considered voluntary so time spent exploring and learning educational resources in WeLearn is uncompensated.
- Yes you CAN use furlough time to access WeLearn for personal or professional development
- You CANNOT complete Mandatory Education in WeLearn while on furlough
VPN Users: Do not attempt to access WeLearn if you are inside VPN. Instead, copy and paste the WeLearn link directly into another internet browser.
Download a guide to getting started with WeLearn.
Kronos Remote Access
Kronos Remote Access allows for offsite scheduling without using Lurie Children's VPN. A limited number of hospital units have permission to use this link. If you think this link should work for you and it does not, please contact the Help Desk at 312.227.3445.
Leave of Absence
To apply for a Leave of Absence or to file a short term disability claim, please contact IPMG, our Absence Management partner at 877.737.0032 or apply online at www.in-sightonline.com (when creating an account, note that initially, your user name is your Lurie Children's email address, and your password is your birthdate in mmddyy format).
Resiliency in Stressful Events (RISE)
Working in a healthcare setting can be stressful. Add the toll of unexpected events, and you might be feeling like you’ve hit a wall and don’t know where to go next. All employees, supervisors and colleagues are encouraged to contact the RISE team after any traumatic service related event. It is critical to get the timely support after such events. Peer support gives employees a safe space to talk about troubling situations. Recipients report that such support reduced feelings of anxiety and blame and helped them recuperate more quickly. The RISE team can also help identify other available resources.
When caring for others affects you, RISE is there, providing immediate, free, confidential support from trained peer responders, 24/7.