Our VISION at Hugh Chatham is to “become the leading community healthcare system in the nation, with service as our guiding principle.” We have high aspirations. We have the know-how and resources to get it done. And the most special ingredient in this recipe for success, is our PEOPLE. We are fortunate to have many talented, dedicated team members, and I’m delighted to recognize one in this week’s Hugh Chatham Way Highlights who is also a key leader here at Hugh Chatham – Patricia Chaney.
Patricia brings great expertise, knowledge, and an eye for detail to her role as our director responsible for advancing clinical quality. She is acknowledged by peers as naturally embodying our Core Values of Service, Teamwork, Accountability, Respect, Safe Care (STARS). In The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, when addressing the troubling times of their grand adventure, Gandalf the wizard said, “I found it is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.” Patricia Chaney, or “Trish”, brings calm and clarity through her exceptional knowledge and ability to help us understand and incorporate Joint Commission standards.
Thank you, Trish, for your commitment and contributions to creating a culture of accountability and teamwork here at Hugh Chatham. Learn more about Trish through her Q&A session below.