UHS recognizes caring professionals during Hospital Week
UHS thanks and recognizes its work force, on the front lines of the Coronavirus pandemic and throughout the organization, during National Hospital Week, May 10 to 16.
Under the banner of this year’s theme, “Where Health Comes First,” Hospital Week is the nation’s leading annual healthcare observance, a celebration of the history, technology and professionalism that make hospitals beacons of hope, confidence and care.
At UHS, we recognize the Compassion, Trust, Respect, Teamwork and Innovation that are the hallmarks of our teams’ commitment to an exceptional patient experience.
There is no greater gift than that of good health. Our providers, employees and volunteers who serve their neighbors, friends, families and visitors from around the region are greatly appreciated and honored in this week, and throughout the year.
As the healthcare leader and largest private employer in the region, we of UHS embrace our responsibility in continuing to positively impact the health and well-being of our patients and community.
As the healthcare needs of our region continue to increase and change, we are expanding and enhancing access to care so that everyone can receive the right care at the right time in the right place.
Through meaningful investments in the future of care and service, we are improving the health of our region and with a breadth and depth of services that are exceptional for a community the size of the Southern Tier.
Moreover, in living the Values of UHS during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond, our teams are unwavering in their courage, commitment and compassion.
In every interaction with hospital patients in their most vulnerable moments, the staff across all of our System members make a lasting difference in the lives of those we serve.