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May 28, 2009
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Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Hillsborough Hospital Recognize Employee’s Long-Term Service


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At an event held recently at the Delta Prince Edward Hotel, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) and Hillsborough Hospital recognized staff and physicians who have achieved long-term service milestones over the past year. A total of 118 employees were honored for accomplishing 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 or more years of continuous service.

“I was very pleased to be part of the awards ceremony, recognizing the service achievements of these dedicated staff members and physicians,” said Premier Robert Ghiz. “I commend the leadership and determination they demonstrate daily through their work. On behalf of all Islanders, I want to congratulate them on their significant achievements, and thank them for continuing to provide quality healthcare for the citizens of Prince Edward Island.”

Doug Currie, Minister of Health said, “I would like to offer my sincere congratulations to this year’s recipients of the long-term service awards. These individuals deserve recognition for their dedication and commitment to helping others and for the contributions they make to the health care system.”

“I am very proud to share in the celebration to acknowledge the milestone accomplishments of these staff members and physicians,” said Rick Adams, Executive Director, QEH and Hillsborough Hospital. “Their contributions to our hospitals do not go unnoticed and are greatly appreciated by those they come in contact with, including patients, family, friends and colleagues. It is a privilege to be able to work with these individuals on a daily basis.”

To commemorate their achievements, each person was presented with a pin and certificate recognizing their individual milestones.

Media Contact: Laura Jones
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