Congratulations to Keyo Tremblay, Candace Free, John Coverdale, Marcia Reed, Barbara Simmons, Shahin Ostovar, Phyllis Williams, Tom Hodgson, and the entire Gorge Road Hospital Nursing Team, recipients of Caring Spirit awards for outstanding patient care! A grateful patient made a donation in the team’s honour in tribute of their care experience.
Residential care facilities like Gorge Road Hospital, provide 24-hour professional care for adults in a supportive and secure environment. Publicly subsidized residential care services are available for adults with complex medical and cognitive care needs. Services are aimed at meeting the complex health needs of those admitted to a facility and include, accommodation, 24-hour nursing care, physical therapy, social work, nutritional support, emergency response, and end-of-life care.
The Victoria Hospitals Foundation would like to thank the Caring Spirit donors for their generous gifts and congratulate Keyo Tremblay, Candace Free, John Coverdale, Marcia Reed, Barbara Simmons, Shahin Ostovar, Phyllis Williams, Tom Hodgson, and the entire Gorge Road Hospital Nursing Team on the well-earned distinction! Service like theirs immeasurably improves quality of life for patients on Vancouver Island.
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The Caring Spirit program gives grateful patients and their loved ones the opportunity to pay tribute to doctors, nurses and other hospital caregivers by making a donation of any amount in their name.
Please remember to tell us your Caring Spirit’s first and last name and which hospital and department they work in.
Caregivers are so touched when they are named as Caring Spirits. They will receive recognition from their supervisors and peers, a special Caring Spirit pin and a letter of congratulations that doesn’t disclose the amount of your gift.
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Your gift will be used for priority medical equipment that improves care for other patients. Caring Spirit has funded hundreds of important pieces of medical equipment throughout Royal Jubilee and Victoria General hospitals. It’s a wonderful way to support our hospitals and recognize excellent care.
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