Elmhurst Memorial Hospital Foundation introduces new Caregiver Recognition Program
For immediate release, April 2, 2012
Kyle Bauer, Public Relations Manager, 630-993-5702
ELMHURST – The Elmhurst Memorial Hospital (EMH) Foundation is pleased to announce a new way for patients and their family members to recognize caregivers at EMH who have made a difference in their lives.
Through the new Caregiver Recognition Program, patients and their families have the opportunity to convey their gratitude for a caregiver with a donation. The caregiver will be notified that a gift has been made in their honor and will receive internal recognition as well as a sycamore leaf pin to wear proudly.
“Our patients and their families often ask about ways they can acknowledge acts of professionalism and kindness from our physicians, nurses, other staff members and volunteers,” said Sandra Nelson, President of the EMH Foundation. “A thank you can mean so much, and this new Caregiver Recognition Program offers an ideal opportunity to formally acknowledge a caregiver who has made a difference in your life.”
To recognize a caregiver, please visit the EMH Foundation's website or call (331) 221-4483.
About the Elmhurst Memorial Hospital Foundation
The Elmhurst Memorial Hospital Foundation is the fundraising and gift-receiving arm of Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that was established in 1980 to encourage and receive contributions that enhance the delivery of high-quality healthcare services to those who live and work in the communities served by Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare. Today, former patients, employees, physicians, community residents, business leaders and volunteers, as well as Guild members and other friends of the Hospital, continue to have a positive influence on the quality of healthcare services in the communities through their generous support.