2019 PCA of the Year Michael Brown
Hunt Regional Healthcare honored Michael Brown as the 2019 PCA of the Year this month. A member of the Hunt Regional Medical Center emergency department staff, Michael was chosen as this year's winner for his dedication to the health of HRMC patients. The award is selected from nominees received by Hunt Regional PCAs and nursing staff.
Our patient care assistants provide nursing care by monitoring patient vital signs, observing their condition, and more. Their excellent care is just one of the many reasons to choose a Hunt Regional Healthcare facility. Congratulations Michael!
Pictured from left to right are Emergency Director, Kim Mulder, RN, PCA of the Year Michael Brown, and Chief Nursing Officer, Debby Clack, RN.
Quotes from Michael’s peers:
“There has never been a shift that I have worked with Michael that he is not going above and beyond his job duties. I very seldom have to ask Michael to do something because he has either completed it already or is in the process of getting it done. If I have to ask him, it is because he is working on another task. He ensures that every patient is taken care of as well as the family members. Michael also ensures that all ED rooms are fully stocked at the end of the shift. I appreciate him so much and all he does."
"He's amazing and makes my day happy with lots of sunshine!!"
"Michael is hardworking, he stocks the rooms without being asked, keeps up with orders. Always says yes ma'am and sir when asked for his help. Never complains. Very polite and personable with patient and visitors. Always cheerful."
"He is always on top of orders, pleasant attitude, no hesitation, and does an amazing job communicating with patients. He is always a joy to work with."
"He is always so helpful to me, as a new employee he has been a true asset to me. He is always happy to help with whatever I need, and has shown me all over the hospital with the admits I do. He is never rude to my patients no matter how demanding they can be. He is truly a diamond in the ER."