Coram Resident Earns Award
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Christine Hendriks, VP of Public & External Affairs
July 13, 2018
Good Shepherd Hospice Presents Living the Mission Award to Coram Resident
Farmingdale, NY — Good Shepherd Hospice (GSH) presented its Living the Mission Award to Home Health Aide Shaneik Brown for exemplifying Catholic Health Services’s (CHS) mission and values. Nominated for her outstanding qualities, Brown was recently honored at GSH’s Farmingdale office.
Brown’s peers have noted her extraordinary selflessness in assisting those in need, her positive attitude and work ethic. Her colleagues praised for her “pleasant, professional and personable” qualities in caring for her patients.
The Coram resident has been part of Catholic Health Services since 2015, representing the agency at the Long Island State Veterans Home. Prior to joining CHS, she worked as a customer service representative and cashier.
Brown was attracted to CHS and its core values of integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence. She plans to attend school to further pursue a career within the nursing field in the near future.
For more information about Good Shepherd Hospice, call (631) 465-6363 or visit www.goodshepherdhospice.chsli.org
For more information about CHS, call 1 (855) CHS-4500 or visit www.chsli.org.
Photo: CHS’s Chief Administrative Officer MaryEllen Polit (right), Catholic Home Care and Hospice Home Health Aide Project Manager Kathy Maddock (left) presented the Living the Mission Award to Coram resident Shaneik Brown (middle) supported by her husband, Clayton Thomas, and Laurie Smith RN, Good Shepherd Hospice Home Health Aide Supervisor (back).
Catholic Health Services (CHS) is an integrated system encompassing some of the region’s finest health and human services agencies. With 18,400 employees, 6 acute care hospitals, 3 nursing homes, a home nursing service, hospice, a community-based agency for persons with special needs and a regional lab, CHS’s high standards have resulted in a 24% market share.