Mike Raasch Recognized With Difference Maker Award During Conference In Mid-August

Mike Raasch Recognized With Difference Maker Award During Conference In Mid-August
Courtesy of Pender Community Hospital. "2019 Difference Maker Award" L-R, Paul Edwards, COO | Lisa Raasch, Surgical Tech (Mike's Wife) | Mike Raasch, Maintenance Mechanic | Britney Kaup, HR Director | JJ Maise, Facilities Manager.

PENDER – An employee at Pender Community Hospital recently received the 2019 Quint Studer Difference Maker Award from Huron’s Studer Group business.

According to a release from Pender Community Hospital (PCH), Huron | Studer Group made the announcement Tuesday that Mike Raasch was presented with the award.

Mr. Raasch is a maintenance mechanic at Pender Community Hospital District. He was recognized as a difference maker for his positive impact in ensuring Pender Community Hospital District patients and staff have a clean and safe environment to receive and provide care.

The Quint Studer Difference Maker Award honors individuals that embody the personal and professional values that are making a difference in the healthcare industry. Individuals from across the industry were encouraged to nominate a peer or colleague at any level and in any department of their healthcare organization.

Courtesy of Pender Community Hospital. “Mike Raasch- 2019 Difference Maker Award” Mike being presented the award at the 17th annual What’s Right in Health Care conference in Dallas, Texas by Debbie Ritchie, President of the Studer Group.

The award was presented at the 17th annual What’s Right in Health Care® leading practices conference, which took place August 13-15 in Dallas, Texas. Joining Mike Raasch on stage for the 2019 Difference Maker Award were Paul Edwards, COO; Lisa Raasch, Surgical Tech (Mike’s Wife); Britney Kaup, HR Director and JJ Maise, Facilities Manager.

The conference attracts administrative and clinical healthcare professionals from the U.S., Canada and Australia.

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