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Local Home Health Aide nominated for Award

Local Home Health Aide nominated for Award

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Geri Johnson (left) and Deanna Burgess (not pictured) nominated Ashley Anderson (middle). Also standing with the nominee is Sherri Johnston-McDowell (right), director of Home Health & Hospice.

Burgess Health Center is proud to announce the nomination of Ashley Anderson.

Anderson, a Home Health Aide at Burgess Home Health & Hospice, was nominated for the Burgess Foundation Guardian Angel Award.

She was nominated by Geri Johnson and her sister, Deanna Burgess.

“We want to thank Ashley for her exceptional role and the loving care she gave our mother Luella Raymond,” said Johnson. “Ashley always said ‘hi’ to mom and explained why she was there and what she was going to do.”

Ashley was loving and caring and will make a great Angel, Johnson added.

Burgess Foundation’s Guardian Angel program provides patients, family members, and friends a chance to show their gratitude to a physician, nurse, or another caregiver who has played an exceptional role in their lives. 

The Guardian Angel receives an acknowledgment letter announcing that a donation has been made in their honor and they are given a custom-crafted lapel pin to wear proudly.

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