Chase Memorial Nursing And Rehab Awarded Employee Of Distinction
Published: March 27th, 2024
By: Kelli Miller

Chase Memorial Nursing and Rehab awarded Employee of Distinction Good Shepherd Communities President and CEO Jason Santiago, recipient of Employee of Distinction award Bonnie Kline, Chase Memorial Executive Director Patti Hitchcock, and LeadingAge New York President and CEO Jim Clyne at Chase Memorial Nursing and Rehab award presentation on March 22. (Submitted photo)

NEW BERLIN - Dedication and compassion are special gifts some people have and share with others. Bonnie Kline, an employee of Chase Memorial Nursing and Rehab in New Berlin, has these qualities and was recently presented with the award "Employee of Distinction." 

Jim Clyne, President and CEO of LeadingAge New York, a statewide not-for-profit association for long term care facilities, presented the award to Kline on March 22, at the Chase Memorial Nursing and Rehab in New Berlin. Many residents attended the event which honored the long time employee.

"It's good to be back at Chase, It's a lovely place," said Clyne. "So, just a little bit about us and the award, we represent over 400 not for-profit and government providers across the state of New York and as we all know, one of the backbones of the long term care providers system are the direct care workers."

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He said each year they choose 16 workers from the nominations received from across the state and recognize the work they've done over the past year. The 16 employees of distinction are chosen from those with a lengthy employment history and have shown commitment  to long term care. 


The Evening Sun

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