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  • Announcing the 2017 Healthcare Heroes


    Healthcare Heroes to Be Saluted on Oct. 19

    There were more than 70 nominations for the inaugural Healthcare Heroes class, and each one of them was truly worthy of that word ‘hero.’ Each one is to be considered a winner in some respect.

    On Oct. 19, though, BusinessWest will recognize those who stood out the most in the hearts and minds of an esteemed panel of judges. Collectively, they are pioneers, and they will continue in that vein at the Starting Gate at GreatHorse in Hampden as they become the first individuals and organizations in the region to accept the Healthcare Heroes award.

    Their stories reveal large quantities of energy, imagination, innovation, compassion, entrepreneurship, forward thinking, and dedication to the community.

    There are eight winners in this first class, with two in the category of ‘Innovation in Health/Wellness,’ because two candidates were tied with the top score. The Heroes for 2017 are:

    Lifetime Achievement: Sister Mary Caritas, SP;

    Patient/Resident/Client Care Provider: Dr. Michael Willers, owner of the Children’s Heart Center of Western Massachusetts;

    Emerging Leader: Erin Daley, RN, BSN, director of the Emergency Department at Mercy Medical Center;

    Health/Wellness Administrator/Administration: Holly Chaffee, RN, BSN, MSN, president and CEO of Porchlight VNA/Home Care;

    Community Health: Molly Senn-McNally, Continuity Clinic director for the Baystate Pediatric Residency Program;

    Innovation in Health/Wellness: Dr. Andrew Doben, director of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit at Baystate Medical Center;

    Innovation in Health/Wellness: Genevieve Chandler, associate professor of Nursing at UMass Amherst; and

    Collaboration in Healthcare: The Healthy Hill Initiative.

    American International College and Trinity Health are the presenting sponsors of Healthcare Heroes. Partner Sponsors are Achieve TMS, HUB International New England, and Health New England. Additional sponsors are Bay Path University, Baystate Health, Cooley Dickinson Health Care, Elms College, and Renew.Calm. Tickets to the event are $85 each, with tables available for purchase. For more information or to order tickets, call (413) 781-8600.

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