A message from CEO, Kenny Rozenberg, to #CentersHeroes:
Our thanks—and our hearts—go out to you.
I’ve never been more proud of—or awed by—the Centers Health Care teams across our network and throughout our facilities. At this critical time, in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, all of you—administrators, therapists, nurses and nurses aides, social workers, hospital liaisons, receptionists, recreational, food and cleaning staffs—have stood up and met the challenge head on. You are the best. You are the bravest. You are Centers Heroes!
Every day, without fail, you demonstrate the courage to step up—and the commitment to safeguard the health and wellbeing of our patients, residents and your co-workers. The world is changing. You are not…because I’ve seen it with my own eyes: you have always been steadfast in your dedication and courage.
I want to highlight a #CentersHero, Shellan Robinson, LPN at Ellicott Center. “I love what I do. I can’t think of anything more rewarding than being a nurse: taking care of people in need, easing their pain, comforting and engaging them. In the last several months, with the arrival of COVID-19, we have experienced dramatic new challenges in our work. But one thing remains the same: I still love what I do.” Click here to read more
Shellan’s story is just one of many—stories of the unsung heroes throughout Centers Health Care. We honor you. We salute you. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts. You are our heroes.
Our partners at the Buffalo Sabres also recognize and salute our #CentersHeroes. Goaltender Carter Hutton, sends a shoutout to you all:
“On behalf of the Sabres, I want to say thank you to our friends at Centers Health Care. You show up every single day to help prevent Covid-19. Your support is great for the community. Thanks for keeping us safe.”
I know this is not easy—for you or your families. The pandemic may in fact be the greatest challenge you ever face. But you have proven by your every day actions—by your commitment and your compassion—that you are up to the challenge.
I want to join the Sabres in thanking every #CentersHero…as well as all healthcare workers and first responders on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic.