Moorehall Living’s staff efforts praised at Staff Recognition night
- February 2, 2016
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Awards
TV personality Gavin Duffy led the applause as 15 staff members were honoured for their long service at the Moorehall Living Staff Recognition night at Bellingham Castle last Friday.
The night was a chance for Moorehall Living to show its appreciation for the part that the staff plays in the award-wining culture at Moorehall Lodge Drogheda, Ardee, Moorehall Retirement Village and Moorehall Disability Services.
Chrissie Barron, Ruth Devlin, Natasha Bloore, Sharon Lynch, Cathy Gillespie and Dina Giggins were recognised for 15 years service with Moorehall Living at the glittering night.
Ten-year service recognition awards were also made to Jean Knowles, Tammy Donnelly (14 years), Anu Abraham, Tina McKenna, Ola Noga, Lynn Fay, Louise Sampson, Annette Fay and Michelle Gorman.
The recognition awards as voted by residents and families went to Bernie Hoey (Drogheda), Pawel Nowicki (Ardee) and Bernie Martin (Disability Service).
There was huge applause as Angela Woods (Drogheda), Elaine Brennan (Disability Service) and joint winners Pearl Corentin and Breege Conlon took the plaudits from their fellow team members as the Most Supportive Colleague in each service.
“A staff recognition night like this is very important to us at Moorehall Living, because our staff are at the very heart of our award-winning care,” said Founder and Chairman Michael McCoy.
“We are all very passionate about our work and are very proud of the unique and warm care environment we have created where people really flourish.
“We are proud that both our residents and staff think of Moorehall Living as home, and our whole team are embodiments of that ethos.
“With 275 staff members, Moorehall Living is a large contributor to the economic life of Drogheda, Ardee and Mid-Louth, but what makes our care special is the love that our staff have for each other and the people that they care for.”