Holy Family residents and staff gather to share their ideas
Holy Family Hospital’s residents and staff gathered together on Thursday, November 15 to share their ideas on how Providence Health Care can continue to move forward as a health care leader and bring value to those we serve.
The recent Town Hall meeting at the assisted living residence was part of a series of facilitated engagement sessions across PHC where employees, patients, residents, family members, clinicians, researchers and volunteers are invited to weigh in on the creation of a new 7-year strategic plan (2019-2026) for the organization.
The Holy Family Town Hall meeting continued the ongoing engagement activities with Providence people, including staff members, residents, volunteers and more. Facilitator Chantal Normand began the meeting by introducing the launch of Bloom and Providence’s new 7-year strategic plan.
More than 40 people gathered to share their ideas and thoughts about the future of Providence. A key theme that was pervasive across the group discussions was the following: ensuring staff have access to resources, tools, and opportunities in order to provide world-class care to those we serve.
Another sentiment that Holy Family residents and staff shared was their connection to each other and a genuine care for their colleagues, patients, residents, volunteers and staff.
Based on the discussion, it’s clear that the organization’s Mission, Vision and Values are held in high regard at Holy Family Hospital and Providence people are keen to strengthen the organization’s unique identity.
Contribute your ideas on how to we should move forward as an organization at one of these upcoming Town Hall or Open Forum events.