Working Together To Ensure Better Outcomes
When you step into our hospital it is easy to see our common goal at work: Working to achieve better outcomes for our patients. It starts with our employees and their passion to help each patient overcome their adversity and reach a better quality of life. Providing patients with unmatched, personalized care is only possible by hiring the most passionate, talented caregivers we can find.
Commitment to Better Outcomes
Our commitment is to deliver a higher level of care in order to achieve better outcomes for our patients. Our unique approach to rehabilitation is evident by our interdisciplinary team approach, leading edge technology, and evidence-based strategies.
We’re committed to providing better outcomes to our employees as well. We’ve paved the way by creating an environment where patient success is a reflection of the quality of care we provide and we celebrate those successes each and every day.
Want to learn more about being a part of a team that puts outcomes first? Contact a recruiter or check out our job opportunities!
Celebrating Successful Outcomes
Our hospital rewards employees who excel in their daily work. Check out a few of our Employee Recognition Awards:
Regina Dexter was presented the Outstanding Employee Achievement Award for 2011 at the Town Hall meeting on April 25 at Western Hills. She received a trophy, certificate and $250 American Express gift card. Regina was selected as Outstanding Employee of First Quarter 2011, for her extraordinary efforts that contributed to a successful survey by The Joint Commission in March. The three other candidates who received quarterly awards in 2011 that were considered for the annual award included Dee McEldowney (Second Quarter), Linda Harris (Third Quarter), and Rhonda Bumgarner (Fourth Quarter). All excellent candidates!
Kelly Huffman received the Outstanding Employee Achievement Award for First Quarter 2012 at the April 25 Town Hall meeting, as well. She received a certificate and $100 American Express gift card. She was nominated for her efforts above and beyond her normal duties and responsibilities during the First Quarter, for assisting nursing with training and support at the Camden Unit when the administrative support position was reactivated. Thanks, Kelly.