During this stressful period, we wanted to take the time to acknowledge the selfless healthcare heroes that are making such a big difference in our patient’s lives. Their hard work, dedication and compassion does not go unnoticed as they work on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. From everyone at Ameracare, we want you to know that we appreciate you working every day to make sure that those that are most in need are taken care of.
Chaplain Lonnie Schmidt. As the Southshore Chaplain for AmeraCare Family Hospice, he provides spiritual support during this difficult time to our patients and staff.
Stacy Eugene Brown, the Director of Ameracare Home Health. Thank you, Stacy, for all you do for our employees and patients during this time.
Rafael Robledo, Internal Medicine Doctor at North Oaks and Medical Director of Ameracare. Thank you for your bravery and commitment to our patients.
Debra Santalucito, Intake Coordinator. Debra is working tirelessly to continue to coordinate admissions during this period of uncertainty. She has continued to be an advocate for our patients by making sure all aspects of their admission runs seamlessly.
Mrs. Stephanie Luhta has worked tirelessly to coordinate our Personal Protective Equipment for our front line heroes. She is compassionate and always willing to help.
Katherine Bryant, our CNA Supervisor, and Office Manager. Every morning Katherine helps take some of the stress off our clinicians by preparing the individual supplies they need for patients, she’s also answering calls and helping to keep patients and their families informed and calm during this stressful time.
Linda Prima, Director of Clinical Services for Ameracare and an Emergency Preparedness Officer. With over 40 years in healthcare as an RN, she brings intellect and calmness to a time like this.
And lastly, a huge thank you to all of our hospice nurses – Danielle Tate, Donna Berbling, Casie Boudreaux, Roshundra Goss Brumfield, Danielle Danflous, Catherine Duronslet, Marguerite Hamilton, Kathy Hubbar, Marguerite Hamilton, Danielle Tate, Towanna Viola, and Rachel Whitney. These ladies have continued to provide comfort and support to our patients and caregivers during this scary and unprecedented time.
The hard work of our selfless doctors, nurses, first-responders, and other medical professionals working during the day in and day out during this trying time could never go unappreciated. Thank you, healthcare Heroes!← Blog