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Team Member Receives Health Care Hero Award

October 8, 2017

Kristin Henderson, senior director of clinical services for Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, recently received a 2017 Health Care Hero award given by the Pittsburgh Business Times. The Health Care Heroes Awards honor individuals, companies and organizations in western Pennsylvania for their contributions to improving health care in our region.

In 2003, Kristin joined the Presbyterian SeniorCare Network team as a nurse and worked her way up, performing duties as a charge nurse, assistant director of nursing and director of nursing. Kristin was nominated by Bobbie Gray, vice-president, care communities for the Network.

Bobbie says in her nomination letter: “As tenure at one organization becomes more rare, it is almost non-existent in skilled nursing clinical directors. But it is the day to day powering through whatever the day brings for almost 14 years, building trust with staff, families and residents that makes for a true leader. It is in the most difficult situations that one’s real character comes to light. While some may falter in these circumstances, Kristin’s true nature prevails. Leadership under pressure, inspiring confidence, bringing the full measure of her clinical skills – is what turns good manager into a health care hero.”

Congratulations to Kristin—thank you for dedication to the field and to our residents across the Network!

Shenango on the Green participates in Sharon Walk to End Alzheimer's

September 11, 2017

Each of the 300 people who gathered Saturday (September 9, 2017) for the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s had a story — of a loved one who has lost his or her battle with the disease, as a caregiver who is standing by a wife, husband, father or mother or as a medical professional who has witnessed firsthand just what Alzheimer’s steals from those who have to battle it. Click here to read more...

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network is Walking to End Alzheimer’s!

August 15, 2017

The Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care and research. Thousands of people come together each year to walk – including team members, family members and partners of Presbyterian SeniorCare Network.

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network is participating in the walk as a regional sponsor. Each of our communities will be present at one of the five walks in our area.

Please consider volunteering a couple of hours on your Saturday morning to support a cause that is close to all of our hearts. Help us to grow our team, raise awareness, and end Alzheimer’s.

Register or donate to one of our teams:

To learn more about the living and care options across the Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, click here

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