Community teams thank SRMC employees with cookies, notes
Appreciation from the group took the type of cookies and hand-written notes for employees at UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center just lately.
“The SRMC group board wished to provide a morale enhance to 600 hospital workers who’ve endured the pandemic ordeal and up to date Omicron surge,” mentioned Richard Draper, Sandoval Health Collaborative program supervisor.
The SRMC Patient and Community Advisory Board labored with Sandoval Health Collaborative, Rio Rancho Public Schools, Rio Rancho volunteer group Just Serve, the City of Rio Rancho’s Senior Services Division and Placitas volunteer group Jardineros de Placitas to bake 1,800 cookies, bag them and fasten hand-written notes to every bag, Draper mentioned in an electronic mail.
RRPS meals vendor Southwest Food Service baked cookies recent, whereas district college students, senior residents, Just Serve, Jardineros, Sandoval Health Collaborative and SRMC group board members wrote their very own sentiments on every card. Digital Creations in Rio Rancho donated the 600 4-by-6-inch playing cards.
“It was all put collectively and carried out in lower than three weeks,” Draper mentioned. “Rio Rancho and Sandoval County actually come by at occasions and events like these.”
Cookie baggage had been delivered in late January and distributed by SRMC.
“We want to thank and acknowledge our Sandoval Regional Medical Center Patient and Community Advisory Board and the numerous companies and great volunteers who helped develop 600 do-it-yourself cookie baggage and private notes,” mentioned hospital CEO Jamie Silva-Steele. “Each member of our workforce was in a position to obtain this very beneficiant reward and was very appreciative of this sort gesture.”