Fozzard honored by hospital association
The Nebraska Hospital Association (NHA) recognized 76 Nebraska member hospital employees on Oct. 18, by bestowing them with the organization’s prestigious The Caring Kind award.
Butler County Health Care Center is proud to honor Mary Jo Fozzard as a 2019 Caring Kind recipient. Fozzard began her employment at BCHCC in January 2007, as a Central Supply Aide and Scrub Tech. She was nominated by her peers because she always has a smile on her face and positive attitude. In fact, she often points out what has gone right in the day when a problem occurs. Her compassionate care toward coworkers and patients, as well as her dedication to the hospital represents the essence of the Caring Kind award.
RISING CITY -- The Rising City Fire Department has received the following memorials:
• In memory of Ardith Hayes by Tracy White and Connie White
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• In memory of Ben Wagner by Dennis and Donna Lou Steager.
The Caring Kind award has been given to Nebraska's most caring and compassionate hospital employees for 40 years. The award honors outstanding health care employees who have demonstrated compassion for patients, cooperation with co-workers and dedication to excellence in their job responsibilities.
BC Health Care Center receives grant
Avera eCARE has received a $4.3 million grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. HelmsleyCharitable Trust to develop and launch a national telehealth certificate program. The following rural Nebraska hospitals have received a telehealth grant from the Helmsley Charitable Trust:
Butler County Health Care Center in David City
Physicians, advanced practice providers, medical residents and administrators will be able to earn a certificate in telehealth as a delivery model for health care as well as a specialty certificate for telebehavioral health. Earning this certificate will demonstrate that providers have completed training on how to provide professional and quality care via telehealth platforms.