Has your life been touched by a special caregiver or doctor? Our medical staff touch the lives of patients and their families every day by going above and beyond. With a unique combination of expertise, skill and compassion, they help provide vital services and the very best care for all members of our community. Our "Thank a Caregiver" program is a wonderful way to say thank you to a special caregiver at St. Elizabeth, Nebraska Heart or The Physician Network. We invite you to express your appreciation for those caregivers who have touched your life in a special way by making a gift online at Give.CHIHealth.com/ThankACaregiver or call (402) 219-7051.
Thank a Caregiver program basics:
We encourage our grateful patients to show their appreciation for the excellent care they received from all team members within a department or from a special individual.
You may make a gift to the Foundation in honor of that caregiver or department team.
You may even designate which specific area of the hospital you would like receive this gift in honor of the caregiver(s).
The caregiver/department is also notified that a patient has made a gift in their name and they are honored with a special recognition. Gift amount is not disclosed to associate.
You will additionally receive a formal thank you from the St. Elizabeth/Nebraska Heart Foundation to formally acknowledge your gift and notify you that your caregiver has been honored.
Benefits for departments and caregivers
Demonstrates their role in our wonderful patient satisfaction levels.
Allows patients to formally acknowledge and thank their caregivers.
Allows patients to support our mission and help other patients in need.
Boosts employee morale by recognizing the work of our caregivers and reminding them that their compassion and efforts are valued.
Sets a nice example for other caregivers to model behavior by "Embracing the Spirit."
Allows the St. Elizabeth/Nebraska Heart Foundation to formally thank our patients, further acknowledging patient satisfaction.
Strengthens bonds with our patients and community members by ensuring ongoing communication and relationship-building.