The Servant’s Heart Award - Third Quarter Recipients - 2021

As we strive to deepen the culture of loving care, we seek to recognize those who demonstrate a deep, natural compassion for others in words and deeds. Our quarterly Servant’s Heart Award honors team members who are recognized by their peers for delivering loving and compassionate care. 

Congratulations to our Third Quarter Servant’s Heart Recipients for 2021!

Medical Practitioner

Lance McKay, PA-C - Orthopedic Specialist

Nominated by: Lindsey Kriehbel, CNA

“Every day at Bingham Healthcare is an example of Lance going above and beyond for his patients. He had a post-op appointment scheduled and the patient was unable to make it to the appointment due to transportation issues. He coordinated with the patient’s home health nurse a time to meet at the patient’s home to remove sutures and make sure that they were taken care of. This is just one example of his willingness to go the extra mile for his patients.”

Nursing Team Member

Burgandy Bronson, Nurse’s Aide - SNRC

Nominated by Jason Jensen, SNRC Director

“I just want to thank Burgandy for her work on our luau that she helped plan and execute for our residents in our skilled nursing & rehabilitation center. It was wonderful! Thank you for all you do for our residents. It’s been wonderful to see them smile.

“Burgandy goes above and beyond and I support her nomination for Servant’s Heart. She often cuts the residents hair on her days off and kindly helped with all the big activities we have been doing the past several months. She is always helpful to other staff and patients.”

Support Team Member

Angela Hinsberger, Assistant Activities Director - SNRC

Nominated by: Jan Williamson, Director of Nutrition and Susan Morrell, CDT Program Director.

“Angela works in the activities department in our skilled nursing & rehabilitation center. She volunteered to help at the Community Dinner Table (CDT) function held in March, 2021, that was prepared and served by Bingham. Not only did she help serve up 400 to-go meals, but she also stayed to help with the clean-up. The next morning, I received an email summary of the previous night’s function, and a ‘Thank You’ from the CDT program director, Susan Morrell.  Included in the summary was a very special notation from Susan:”

“A wonderful example of the importance of our CDT program. We were all finished and there were some meals left over. We were loading up when a van came up and a woman asked: ‘Do you have 5 meals left, but 7 would be better?’ What happened next was very touching. Angela had some left over meals and was able to give them to the lady. Our guest was so very thankful, as she had just found out her grandchildren had not been fed. To add to this story, the guest didn’t have money for gas. Angela gave her some money for gasoline. For me, this was an inspiring experience. I might also add that Angela was very helpful to me by carrying all my stuff to my car. She so happily helped.”

“The next day, I asked Angela if she was the one who helped the lady in the van. She said: ‘Yes, and I was so happy to be able to help her because I know what it is like to have no money.  The job I had before coming to Bingham went out of business and I was out of a job. Bingham was there when I needed them, and I was so happy to be able to help someone else in need.’

“This is a great example of ‘High Quality. High Compassion’ and leading by example. I’m proud to have Angela on our team!”

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