Fleming nominated for leadership award


Highland District Hospital has announced that Peggy Fleming was nominated for the Healthcare Leadership Award Class of 2017. This award honors the region’s leading health care professionals who strive to improve not only the everyday lives of their patients and colleagues, but their community as well. The award recognizes those whose invaluable contributions to their organization, as well as their personal leadership characteristics, cultivate a thriving and progressive community. Peggy was nominated by Dr. Regina Melink for her dedication and passion for excellent patient care as a nurse aide. “Every patient Peggy touches is physically, emotionally and spiritually better from the encounter,” Melink said. “Peggy is one of my personal heroes.” The hospital congratulated and thanked Fleming for 15 years of impactful service.

Highland District Hospital has announced that Peggy Fleming was nominated for the Healthcare Leadership Award Class of 2017. This award honors the region’s leading health care professionals who strive to improve not only the everyday lives of their patients and colleagues, but their community as well. The award recognizes those whose invaluable contributions to their organization, as well as their personal leadership characteristics, cultivate a thriving and progressive community. Peggy was nominated by Dr. Regina Melink for her dedication and passion for excellent patient care as a nurse aide. “Every patient Peggy touches is physically, emotionally and spiritually better from the encounter,” Melink said. “Peggy is one of my personal heroes.” The hospital congratulated and thanked Fleming for 15 years of impactful service.


Highland District Hospital has announced that Peggy Fleming was nominated for the Healthcare Leadership Award Class of 2017. This award honors the region’s leading health care professionals who strive to improve not only the everyday lives of their patients and colleagues, but their community as well. The award recognizes those whose invaluable contributions to their organization, as well as their personal leadership characteristics, cultivate a thriving and progressive community. Peggy was nominated by Dr. Regina Melink for her dedication and passion for excellent patient care as a nurse aide. “Every patient Peggy touches is physically, emotionally and spiritually better from the encounter,” Melink said. “Peggy is one of my personal heroes.” The hospital congratulated and thanked Fleming for 15 years of impactful service.

Highland District Hospital has announced that Peggy Fleming was nominated for the Healthcare Leadership Award Class of 2017. This award honors the region’s leading health care professionals who strive to improve not only the everyday lives of their patients and colleagues, but their community as well. The award recognizes those whose invaluable contributions to their organization, as well as their personal leadership characteristics, cultivate a thriving and progressive community. Peggy was nominated by Dr. Regina Melink for her dedication and passion for excellent patient care as a nurse aide. “Every patient Peggy touches is physically, emotionally and spiritually better from the encounter,” Melink said. “Peggy is one of my personal heroes.” The hospital congratulated and thanked Fleming for 15 years of impactful service.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/07/web1_Fleming-HDH-pic.jpgHighland District Hospital has announced that Peggy Fleming was nominated for the Healthcare Leadership Award Class of 2017. This award honors the region’s leading health care professionals who strive to improve not only the everyday lives of their patients and colleagues, but their community as well. The award recognizes those whose invaluable contributions to their organization, as well as their personal leadership characteristics, cultivate a thriving and progressive community. Peggy was nominated by Dr. Regina Melink for her dedication and passion for excellent patient care as a nurse aide. “Every patient Peggy touches is physically, emotionally and spiritually better from the encounter,” Melink said. “Peggy is one of my personal heroes.” The hospital congratulated and thanked Fleming for 15 years of impactful service.

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