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 County Hospital’s Nursing Staff Earns National Recognition

February 28, 2007 - Henry County Hospital Nursing staff rated the highest for RN satisfaction among healthcare institutions nationwide surveyed in 2006 by Sperduto & Associates of Atlanta. Henry County Hospital also earned Sperduto’s 2006 National Satisfaction Award for “Highest RN Satisfaction: Fewer Than 1500 Employees.”  HCH is currently Henry County’s largest employer with more than 1,000 employees including 164 RNs.

“You are now the “best of the best” in our database,” wrote Chris Reilly, Ph.D. in his letter to Hospital President and CEO Blake A. Dye informing him of the award. “Please congratulate your nursing leadership for me on such a great achievement.”

 “This prestigious award is certainly a tribute to our nursing leadership and their staffs for their hard work, culture of teamwork and compassionate and committed caring for our patients,” Dye emphasized.

 “We’re thrilled with this award,” said Linda Rhodes, Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer.  “Not only does it demonstrate the commitment of our nursing staff, but it shows how we have succeeded as a hospital,” she said.

 “We could not have achieved this level of morale without our nursing team being so committed to supporting one another or without the collaboration offered to us by everyone in the Hospital,” Rhodes stressed.

“The healthcare industry constantly has change thrust upon it from many directions,” Dye noted.  “And, we ourselves have gone through additional changes here in the way of construction, technology and staffing. I’m very proud of what our nursing staff has accomplished and recognize that it takes all of us working together as a team to receive such high recognition among our peers.”

 

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