ROSEVILLE, Minnesota, Nov. 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Pediatric Home Service (PHS) celebrates home care nurse Julie Anderson, RN, for being named Minnesota Home Care Professional of the Year 2021. This prestigious award recognizes a person whose commitment, enthusiasm and brings compassion into his work.
“Our mission is to provide unparalleled comprehensive care for medically complex pediatric patients at home. Julie not only fulfills our mission, but goes above and beyond with quality care and heart,” said Adam Nielson, CEO of PHS. “She is committed to her families and exemplifies what it really means to be a caregiver. We are beyond proud and honored that the Minnesota Home Care Association has chosen Julie for this award.”
Due to the pandemic, Julie has made all PHS patients her top priority. She has selflessly and proactively volunteered to adjust her schedule several times to accommodate staff changes, meet patients’ educational needs, and ensure that new nurses are home-trained. In addition, she shows passion and dedication to her families by adapting or expanding her services to meet their individual needs. These efforts are in addition to her vast knowledge of clinical care and the intense desire that her patients receive the necessary diagnostic treatment to ensure safety and well-being.
Pediatric Home Service employees have been recognized as Home Care Professional of the Year for three of the past seven years. Former Nursing Case Manager, Becca Trieble, RN was honored in 2019 and former General Manager of Home Care Nursing, Sandi Maguire, BS-SOWK, RRT-NPS, LRT, received the award in 2016.
For more information about PHS, visit www.PediatricHomeService.com.
About Pediatric Home Service
Pediatric Home Service is an independent pediatric home care company that helps children with medical complexity and technology dependence to live safely and successfully where they feel most comfortable, at home with their family, rather than in a hospital. Pediatric Home Service partners with healthcare professionals and caregivers to provide compassionate, specialized, high-quality care for children with complex medical needs.
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