The queen of (caring) hearts

  • Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Breander Britton (front row, center) of Georgetown has been named the recipient of Waccamaw Community Hospitalís first Caring Hearts award. The award recognizes an unlicensed assistive staff member. Britton works on 3 East helping patients with routine tasks and taking vital signs. Britton celebrates with fellow nominees and colleagues at the hospital. Seated (l-r) are Katie Avery Smith, Britton, Nora Moreno. Standing (l-r) are Lisa Revaz, Linda Wolverton and Meghan Viola. Not pictured: Nominees Brandon Summit, Todd Burdette, Jacob Walters and Roy Muniz. Among the criteria for selection were initiative, positive attitude, compassion for other people and a ďheart of gold.Ē Nominations were submitted by peers, who were required to write a brief essay describing why they were nominating that individual.


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