On February 3, 2017, Goldie’s Gift Shop volunteers met. Attendees included Barbara Krause, Rose Turek, Jean Caler, Kathy Calhoun, Sharon Peterson, Peggy Trasatti, June Krohn, Shirley Fletcher, Janine Perkins, Kris Matuska, May Kahl , and Lynda Cave. They discussed sales, scheduling, and Rebecca Ricksecker expressed the appreciation of the Hospital and its employees for the Gift Shop volunteers.
Boulder City Hospital Foundation’s 8th Annual Heart of the Community Gala is proud to honor Teresa and Michael Giroux. The impact from these community leaders can be found throughout our town, from the Boulder Dam Hotel & Museum to the Boulder City Hospital.
Please join us to celebrate their numerous contributions Friday, April 7th 2017 at Boulder Creek Golf Club.
This year’s “Masquerade” theme, promises a fun-filled evening.
Boulder City Hospital would like to recognize outstanding employee, Arleen Sheeler RN, CPHRM Risk Manager. Arleen received her Certified Professional in Health Care Risk Management (CPHRM) certification on December 2, 2016.
The CPHRM is an exclusive certification offered by the American Hospital Association for health care Risk Managers. The exam is designed for health care risk management professionals whose main duties include; preventing, reducing, and controlling losses to people and organizations. Regardless of the health care organization, these professionals work with countless other team members in order to accomplish their objectives. Their duties may include; data analysis, report creation, risk evaluation, accident investigation, finance trending, and claims management.
This premier certification proves that Arleen has the core skills and knowledge needed to excel in her unique position. Arleen is now among the elite in a critical field of healthcare.
Arleen is a Boulder City native, who graduated from Boulder City High. She has three grown boys and is now a grandmother to three granddaughters. Arleen helped start up Grace Community Christian school, worked for family doctors in Boulder City, as well as, a medical surgical nurse before taking her current position.
Arleen has taken the time and effort to truly learn her responsibilities as a Risk Manager and it’s very apparent. She is a resource for many employees from managers to line staff, and seeks fairness in all situations to ensure all parties are heard when resolving issues.
Arleen cares about what she’s doing and cares about this community and we couldn’t be more proud to have her as a part of the Boulder City Hospital team.
On October 15, 2016, at a dinner hosted by the BC Chamber of Commerce, our Boulder City Hospital Auxiliary was presented with an award recognizing outstanding community service and for being non-profit of the 2015-2016 year. The picture above shows our Vice President, Chuck Haraway, accepting a beautiful plaque which is now hanging just outside the Goldie Begley Gift Shop at the Hospital.
On Friday, October, 14, Tracey Ford Perry, along with her husband, Scott Perry, and two friends, Emire Stitt, and Brenda West, had the opportunity to meet, visit, and photograph residents of the Boulder City Hospital Long Term Care Unit (BCHLTC). Each of the individuals had a story to tell, and they listened. These individuals are beautiful souls who have lived interesting lives. They chatted for a bit, finding out just a little – barely a glimpse of what their lives were prior to entering this remarkable facility.
The one resounding statement was how much they enjoyed their lives within BCHLTC, highlighting their outings as the favorite thing they like to do as a group. “As we chatted and captured their image we learned many interesting facts about each person. Before we left, we asked each person to tell us what they would say to the NEXT generation growing up in our elementary schools today. Take a peek at the photographs we took and read their message to our future leaders.” ~ Tracey Ford Perry
Boulder City Hospital’s Gero-Psychiatric Unit, as managed by Horizon Health, has been nominated for two (2) awards within Horizon Health;
The Annual Awards Nominees for Program Director(s) of the Year recognizes the individual contributions of three (3) outstanding Program Directors. These individuals are committed to quality patient care, dedicated to Horizon and the Hospital, demonstrate strong leadership, and consistently receive accolades from the Hospital and Horizon leadership. The Program Directors are seen as experts in their fields and as an invaluable resource by both the Hospital and Horizon. We are pleased to announce Ellise Hayden, Program Director II for Boulder City Hospital Gero-Psychiatric Unit has been nominated.
The Annual Awards Nominees for Program of the Year recognizes a Program for excellence in all areas of patient care and clinical innovation, receives high patient and client satisfaction ratings, integrates Horizon and Horizon resources into the Hospital’s environment, exceeds financial performance goals, demonstrates an effective community education program and maintains effective relationships with the Hospital, physicians, and staff. We are pleased to announce Boulder City Hospital’s Gero-Psychiatric unit has been nominated.
BOULDER CITY ART GUILD IS PROUD TO PRESENT ANOTHER ART FROM THE HEART EXHIBIT AT BOULDER CITY HOSPITAL
Featuring Autumn & Winter art work.
September – December 2016
The Guild has a new exhibit on display at the Boulder City Hospital featuring art by guild artists in an “Autumn & Winter” theme.
Over 30 artists are displaying hanging art and 3D art in the case at the BC Hospital lobby and entrance hallways.
This new exhibit can be viewed from September through December 2016. All art is for sale – purchases may be made at the Boulder City Art Guild Gallery & Gift Shop located in the Boulder Dam Hotel.
The Boulder City Art Guild Artists’ Reception was full of smiles this evening as the artists and guests enjoyed art and refreshments provided by the hospital.
The hospital “People’s Choice Awards” were announced and the winners are:
1st Place: Jan Bennett for “Arizona Lake,” oil on canvas; 2nd Place: Clevelle Scherer for “The Fox,” oil; and 3rd Place: Regina Marvin for “Let It Snow,” watercolor. The hospital staff voted for their favorite works of art.
We would like to thank the BC Hospital Board of Trustees and staff for sharing art throughout our community.
Special thanks to the BCAG artists who participated in this wonderful exhibit.
~ The BCAG Exhibits Team
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