24 Jan Mercy Medical Features Towne Health Employee in Recent Edition of Spirit Magazine
Towne Health is both proud and humbled when our associates at client sites are noticed for the truly outstanding work they do on an everyday basis. Recently Towne Health valet Gayle Moore earned her place in the spotlight when she was featured in the winter edition of Spirit Magazine. Spirit is a publication of Mercy Health Foundation. Gayle works at The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Center, which houses the Institute for Cancer Care and The Center for Women’s Health and Medicine. Committed to the highest levels of compassionate and clinical care, Mercy’s Cancer Institute has received Gold Status Accreditation with Commendation from the Commission on Cancer. This prestigious accreditation is the seal of approval for cancer programs from the American College of Surgeons. In 2013, U.S. News and World Report named Mercy Medical Center a Best Regional Hospital in Cancer.
According to Spirit editor, Carmel Gambacorta, during each publication cycle Spirit Magazine highlights one of Mercy’s six foundational values. In this year’s winter edition, the founding value of hospitality was selected. Towne Health associate Gayle Moore was a natural choice since she embodies the values of exceptional hospitality. Gayle’s work – warmly greeting, directing, reassuring and boosting the spirits of everyone she meets – makes a positive difference for patients, families and staff every day at the Weinberg Center. Gayle’s natural warmth and reassuring presence provide an outstanding example for everyone who cares about Advancing the Patient Experience.TM Thank you Gayle for your amazing work!
Read the full article about Gayle’s work at Mercy’s Weinberg Center here.
Read the full winter 2014 edition of Spirit Magazine here.
Discover more about Towne Health’s valet programs here.