HOSPITAL PRACTICE ADMINISTRATOR RECOGNIZED AS AN EXCEPTIONAL HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL
Healthcare professionals who exert much effort in their field of practice deserve prestigious recognition as reward from their undying support and dedication towards healthcare.
In a news release, American Sentinel University and Colorado Hospital Association named Thomas Bishop, Practice Administrator, with Community Hospital, as a Colorado Health Care Star Award winner recognizing him as a health care professional who made a difference.
Colorado Health Care Stars is a statewide health care professional award recognition program sponsored by American Sentinel University and Colorado Hospital Association primarily set acknowledge industry professionals in Colorado who exceed expectations in the delivery of health care.
Bishop manages the Colorado Mesa University (CMU) Student Health Center, Community Care of the Grand Valley and Grand Valley ENT and Facial Plastic Surgeons. He was instrumental in establishing the CMU Behavioral Health Program with the CMU administration. The program has been a great success and has helped hundreds of CMU students.
“The partnership between CMU and Community Hospital provides student health services and now allows access to behavioral health services for the CMU student population that previously did not exist,” said John Skillicorn, executive director of physician practices, Community Hospital. “Tom is constantly seeking ways to improve healthcare access and delivery in our community and is an excellent example of a ‘Health Care Star’.”
“Committed healthcare professionals like Thomas are paving the way in today’s rapidly changing healthcare environment,” says Michael Rickart, Vice President of Partner Engagement for American Sentinel University. “We’re thrilled our partnership with the Colorado Hospital Association allows us to honor his achievements and to recognize him as a Colorado Health Star.”
Erudite Nursing Institute™ gladly supports Colorado Health Care Stars in recognizing healthcare professionals who strived to improve and develop the medical industry.
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