Patient Care Associate Kristen Sampson was nominated for the quarterly Tulip Award at Mercy Hospital Jefferson by one of her patients for providing what was described as spa-like care.
“This morning I needed a shower and hair care. She helped me get all that I needed,” the patient wrote on the nomination form. “She is so sweet and a very good worker.”
“I felt like I was at a spa and pampered by her. I wish all were as good as her, and she is doing the last of her orientation. God bless her.”
Kristen received a framed certificate, flowers, a tulip pin to wear on her badge, and custom, tulip-shaped cookies to share with co-workers in her department.
Presented by the Professional Development Shared Governance Council, the Tulip Award recognizes techs and assistants as nominated by patients, visitors and co-workers. The council received 74 Tulip nominations for the quarter. Each nominee will receive a certificate acknowledging their nomination.
You can help to continue to recognize our outstanding PCA/PCT/PSAs by nominating them for a Tulip Award.