THE VALUED VOICE

Vol. 64, Issue 45
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Thursday, November 5, 2020

   

Two 100th Anniversary Values Awards presented this week

WHA President and CEO Eric Borgerding had the honor of presenting two of WHA’s 100th Anniversary Values Awards this week.

Borgerding recognized award winner Bellin Hospital during a November 3 virtual presentation that included Chris Woleske, president/CEO Bellin Health System; Steve Marcique, president, Bellin Health Foundation; and Amy Stach, development specialist and executive assistant at Bellin Health Foundation. Borgerding highlighted Bellin’s relationships with other health care providers with the ultimate goal of better serving patients and improving community health. Borgerding said, “This is a particularly notable attribute during the COVID pandemic and one I have personally seen in action. Their success is a testament to the strong reputation that Bellin has in the Green Bay community and in the state.”

Bellin accepted the award acknowledging their dedicated staff and innovative rogramming.
 

Ascension SE Wisconsin Hospital - St. Joseph Campus accepted their 100th Anniversary Values Award on November 3 with many hospital representatives joining the video call of the presentation, including  Bernie Sherry, Ministry market executive, Ascension Wisconsin. 

Ascension was honored by the recognition and graciously shared the accolades with the entire Ascension Wisconsin family. Borgerding singled out Ascension’s mission of caring for underserved populations in the communities it serves. 

Borgetding said, “Ascension volunteers deliver free health and social services to people with limited access and connects individuals with follow-up care, as needed. Some of these services include health screenings, behavioral health, dental and vision care. This commitment to the community is one of the reasons why Ascension St. Joseph’s is a 100th anniversary Values award winner.”

Others participating in the video call accepting the award were Elizabeth Cliffe-Kucharski, director, government relations & advocacy, Ascension Wisconsin; Reggie Newson, chief advocacy officer and vice president of government community relations, Ascension Wisconsin; Timothy Waldoch, chief mission integration officer, Ascension Wisconsin; Dr. O’Rell (Ron) Williams, vice president of medical affairs, Ascension St. Joseph; Kevin Kluesner, chief administrative officer, Ascension St. Joseph; Kelly Elkins, hospital president, Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s & Ascension St. Joseph; Kathleen Crean, senior specialist, public relations, Ascension.

This story originally appeared in the November 05, 2020 edition of WHA Newsletter

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Thursday, November 5, 2020

Two 100th Anniversary Values Awards presented this week

WHA President and CEO Eric Borgerding had the honor of presenting two of WHA’s 100th Anniversary Values Awards this week.

Borgerding recognized award winner Bellin Hospital during a November 3 virtual presentation that included Chris Woleske, president/CEO Bellin Health System; Steve Marcique, president, Bellin Health Foundation; and Amy Stach, development specialist and executive assistant at Bellin Health Foundation. Borgerding highlighted Bellin’s relationships with other health care providers with the ultimate goal of better serving patients and improving community health. Borgerding said, “This is a particularly notable attribute during the COVID pandemic and one I have personally seen in action. Their success is a testament to the strong reputation that Bellin has in the Green Bay community and in the state.”

Bellin accepted the award acknowledging their dedicated staff and innovative rogramming.
 

Ascension SE Wisconsin Hospital - St. Joseph Campus accepted their 100th Anniversary Values Award on November 3 with many hospital representatives joining the video call of the presentation, including  Bernie Sherry, Ministry market executive, Ascension Wisconsin. 

Ascension was honored by the recognition and graciously shared the accolades with the entire Ascension Wisconsin family. Borgerding singled out Ascension’s mission of caring for underserved populations in the communities it serves. 

Borgetding said, “Ascension volunteers deliver free health and social services to people with limited access and connects individuals with follow-up care, as needed. Some of these services include health screenings, behavioral health, dental and vision care. This commitment to the community is one of the reasons why Ascension St. Joseph’s is a 100th anniversary Values award winner.”

Others participating in the video call accepting the award were Elizabeth Cliffe-Kucharski, director, government relations & advocacy, Ascension Wisconsin; Reggie Newson, chief advocacy officer and vice president of government community relations, Ascension Wisconsin; Timothy Waldoch, chief mission integration officer, Ascension Wisconsin; Dr. O’Rell (Ron) Williams, vice president of medical affairs, Ascension St. Joseph; Kevin Kluesner, chief administrative officer, Ascension St. Joseph; Kelly Elkins, hospital president, Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s & Ascension St. Joseph; Kathleen Crean, senior specialist, public relations, Ascension.

This story originally appeared in the November 05, 2020 edition of WHA Newsletter