GRAY, GEORGIA. The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) presented Ethica the Champion Award. Diana Wilks, Senior Vice President, skilled and provider services of Ethica, accepted the award on behalf of the organization during the recent ACHCA’s 50th Annual Convocation and Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ethica was recognized for their support of and collaboration with ACHCA. The initiatives and services Ethica provided as an organization were consistent with ACHCA’s mission and vision as they supported the Georgia chapter. Ethica was one of 11 recipients nationwide to receive an individual award from ACHCA.


ROME, GEORGIA. The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) presented Jeanine Brooks, Administrator at Winthrop Health & Rehabilitation, the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award. She received the award during the ACHCA’s 50th Annual Convocation and Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Jeanine was one of 41 recipients nationwide who received the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award for skilled nursing center leadership excellence. The ACHCA Awards program is an opportunity to recognize those who demonstrated contributions and exceptional commitment to ACHCA and the field of post-acute and aging services leadership.

COMER, GEORGIA. The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) presented Jeff Ginn, Administrator at Comer Health & Rehabilitation, the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award. He received the award during the ACHCA’s 50th Annual Convocation and Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Jeff was one of 41 recipients nationwide who received the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award for skilled nursing center leadership excellence. The ACHCA Awards program is an opportunity to recognize those who demonstrated contributions and exceptional commitment to ACHCA and the field of post-acute and aging services leadership.


Administrator at Oxley Park Health & Rehabilitation Receives National Award

LYONS, GEORGIA. The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) presented Kevin (KC) Seabury, CNHA Administrator at Oxley Park Health & Rehabilitation, the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award. KC was one of 247 recipients who received the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award with virtual recognition. This award recognizes the administrator of record who provided leadership throughout the award year.
KC was one of 288 recipients nationwide who received the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award for skilled nursing center leadership excellence. The ACHCA Awards program is an opportunity to recognize those who demonstrated contributions and exceptional commitment to ACHCA and the field of post-acute and aging services leadership.


DAWSON, GEORGIA. The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) presented Laura Lines, Administrator at Dawson Health & Rehabilitation, the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award. Laura received the award during the ACHCA’s 50th Annual Convocation and Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Laura was one of 41 recipients nationwide who received the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award for skilled nursing center leadership excellence. The ACHCA Awards program is an opportunity to recognize those who demonstrated contributions and exceptional commitment to ACHCA and the field of post-acute and aging services leadership.

 

MACON, GEORGIA. The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) presented Michael Barry, Administrator at Bolingreen Health & Rehabilitation, the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award. He received the award during the ACHCA’s 50th Annual Convocation and Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Michael was one of 41 recipients nationwide who received the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award for skilled nursing center leadership excellence. The ACHCA Awards program is an opportunity to recognize those who demonstrated contributions and exceptional commitment to ACHCA and the field of post-acute and aging services leadership.

Hartwell Health & Rehabilitation, Townsend Park Health & Rehabilitation,
and Zebulon Park Health & Rehabilitation all received the first step in the National Quality Award Program. The goal of this award level is to provide applicants with the tools and resources they need for continuous performance
improvement. Through the Bronze criteria, based on the Organizational Profile section of the Baldrige Health Care Criteria for Performance Excellence, members will assess their organization’s mission, vision, and key
factors that lead to success. This will provide a strong foundation for the second step, the Silver Achievement in Quality Award level.