September 28, 2016
BOWLING GREEN, KY (September 12, 2016) – TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital’s 44th anniversary memorialized our commitments to the patients, community and to our fellow ambassadors – TriStar Green employees, physicians and volunteers.
TriStar Greenview thanks all of its employees, physicians and volunteers who joined us to lunch and dinner at the ‘quality’ themed appreciation cookout. It was a chance to show how much the hospital appreciates the hard work and dedication demonstrated by its ambassadors at the facility.
The celebration opened with a dedication ceremony lead by Chaplain Andy Toopes. A memorial dogwood tree was planted to honor the lives of employees who have passed away. During prayer Chaplain Toopes said, "Let the memories stay alive of all the great times and wonderful things done for the hospital so they always make a difference in the future". TriStar Greenview’s leaders showed gratitude by being the hosts of the day. They took turns being grill ‘masters’ and serving food to the employees. "Our people make the difference here at TriStar Greenview," said Mike Sherrod, chief executive officer.
Sherrod commended employees for their dedication to TriStar Greenview’s quality ratings during the luncheon. "We did a really good job. This is a big achievement,” he said about quality scores and patient satisfaction results recently published. Sherrod outlined that patient satisfaction scores have doubled in areas of same day surgery as well as outpatient test and treatment. Most recently, TriStar Greenview’s emergency department patient satisfaction scores are ranked in 93 percentile nationally.
Kick offs for United Way and Hope Fund campaigns were launched as part of the celebration. The United Way of Southern Kentucky members were in attendance to celebrate TriStar Greenview’s commitment in the Bowling Green local community.
TriStar Greenview thanks its employees, physician and volunteers for their commitment to care and improvement of human life.