Wednesday, April 24, 2019
King's Daughters' Health volunteer Robert Elliott was presented with the President's Lifetime Achievement Award during the annual KDH Volunteer Luncheon on April 24 at the Clifty Inn, Clifty Falls State Park. The President's Lifetime Achievement Award is a civil award established to honor volunteers across America that have achieved 5,000 hours over their lifetime.
Elliott becomes the fifth KDH volunteer to receive the President's Lifetime Achievement Award. He follows Dolores Hellmann (2018), Dottie Fitz (2016), Gary Gotts (2012), and George Wolfschlag (2005). Elliott often volunteers at the Guest Services Desk, welcoming patients and guests as they arrive at the hospital.
Each spring KDH recognizes its volunteers for the hours of service they provide. Volunteers at KDH work in a variety of departments, including the Business Office, Education, Emergency Department, Human Resources, Marketing, Mother-Baby, Laboratory, Nutrition Services, Physician Practices, Surgical Services, and Quality.
We also recognize our Hospice Volunteers, those who give of themselves to help patients and families during the end of life - and those volunteers who provide special services, such as Pet Therapy.