PruittHealth Honors 2018 Guiding Light Caregiver of the Year
NORCROSS, GA–PruittHealth recently announced the 2018 winners of the Guiding Light Caregiver of the Year Award program at the company’s annual Spring Conference. The award allows each PruittHealth location to nominate outstanding CNAs and Pharmacy Technicians to be recognized for dedicated service. Ten finalists are selected and three awards are given annually.
The nominees are reviewed and evaluated based on criteria, such as length of service, dependability, customer service, leadership, professionalism, and an exceptional display of commitment to caring for patients and their families. The top ten finalists are invited to attend a special awards banquet and private reception with their guests. In addition to three grand prizes, each finalist receives an award plaque and recognition from their peers.
The 2018 winners are:
1st place – Petra Inman, PruittHealth – Lakehaven
2nd place – Benedict Redd, PruittHealth – Raleigh
3rd place – Glenda Young, PruittHealth Hospice (Cordele)
Other finalists are:
- Angel Harris, PruittHealth – Shepard Hills
- Connie Miller, PruittHealth Home First (Athens)
- Jonathan Harris, The Oaks – Athens
- Judy McCoy, PruittHealth – Farmville
- Regina Hough, PruittHealth – Barnwell
- Tammie Moore, PruittHealth – Santa Rosa
- Violet Duncan, The Oaks – Carrollton (Assisted Living)
Neil L. Pruitt, Jr., chairman and CEO of PruittHealth, says, “Congratulations to these 10 outstanding individuals, especially our 2018 Caregiver of the Year, Petra Inman! She has immense compassion for her patients and is very involved in the community through her volunteer work – she is truly an inspiration. We are thankful to Petra and the thousands of caregivers like her, who live our mission every day and allow PruittHealth to continue to be a leader in post-acute care.”
Since 1969, PruittHealth has been a family-owned organization providing a seamless network of post-acute care services and resources, offering skilled nursing care, home health care, end-of-life hospice care, rehabilitation, and pharmacy/infusion services across the Southeast.