Great Service for Harmony

We love our residents in Harmony Manor and want to be as responsive to them as possible. That's why the hospital board approved a brand new nurse call system for the facility at their February 25 meeting. At a cost of $69,600, each room is now outfitted with a call light, and staff members will now wear pagers so they will be alerted when any of their patients' light signals turn on. The best part is that nurse manager Robin Gillis can access the down-to-the-minute details of those responses, allowing her to mitigate any issues--all of which will greatly enhance our care for our patients. Our photo: Lorene Rushin Hall is one of our great nurses in long-term care. Notice the new call lights above each room. This is an exciting improvement!