It’s time to once again honor the men and women who are dedicated to our mission of Making Communities Healthier.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2020 Mercy Award.
If you have a co-worker whose giving heart makes a difference in our hospital and our community, consider nominating him or her. Our hospital’s winner will then be in the running for the honor of companywide Mercy Award winner.
Named in memory of the founding CEO, Scott Mercy, the award recognizes those who advance our mission and best embrace the humanitarian spirit on which LifePoint Health was founded.
Nomination forms are available HERE and must be turned in to Jayne Lowery [firstname.lastname@example.org] by April 15th. All non-officer employees who work 20 hours or more weekly are eligible. Volunteers and physicians are not eligible.
Mercy Award history & criteria
The Mercy Award is named after LifePoint Health’s founding Chairman and CEO, Scott Mercy. It recognizes one employee at each hospital who best exemplifies the spirit and values upon which the company was founded, and is the highest honor a LifePoint Health employee can receive.
Mercy Award winners:
- Consistently go beyond the call of duty in serving patients and the community
- Demonstrate a level of commitment and caring that transcends the everyday
- Respect others in everything they do, and
- Inspire others with compassion, dedication and a merciful spirit