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Quarterly Award Winners Honored

Human Resources has announced the Quarterly Awards winners for the Fourth Quarter (October - December) of 2020 and the First Quarter (January - March) of 2021. The peer-nominated awards are presented for Team performance, Outstanding Patient Care and Outstanding Service and Support. This week, we recognize the Outstanding Service and Support winners. The remarks were included in their nominations.

Baldwin Tucker, Manager Central Scheduling

"Great management establishes a great team. Baldwin created a stable and safe environment within ACC central scheduling for the continuation of patient care. He provided our team with necessary PPE, provided a daily WebEx huddle for mandatory and necessary updates, and gave cell phone access to management when and if needed."

Dinora Gamez-Matute, Cardio Nurse Manager

"Many managers do not wear scrubs or help out with patient care -- we appreciate that she's willing to 'get down and dirty' with her staff. This makes for smoother unit workflow and improves morale. She treats her staff with respect and looks out for all of us always."

Dr. Shereef Elnahal, President and CEO of University Hospital, discusses COVID-19 ‘breakthrough’ cases.

Human Resources has announced the Quarterly Awards winners for the Fourth Quarter (October - December) of 2020 and the First Quarter (January - March) of 2021. The peer-nominated awards are presented for Team performance, Outstanding Patient Care and Outstanding Service and Support. This week, we recognize the Outstanding Service and Support winners. The remarks were included in their nominations.

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University Hospital was rated in the Top 10 nationwide and #1 in NJ by the Lown Institute in their Community Benefit Rating.

The Lown Institute Hospitals Index is the first ranking to examine hospital spending on charity care and community investment for over 3,600 U.S. hospitals. Hospitals were ranked based on charity care spending, spending on other community health initiatives, and the proportion of patient revenue from Medicaid (a measure of the hospital’s commitment to taking care of low-income patients). Data sources were hospital tax filings and cost reports from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid from 2018.