Scrubs for Them will be celebrating a milestone, on Feb. 8, 2020, 10 years serving Healthcare professionals in the Ottawa Region and beyond. To celebrate this milestone, we will be awarding our customers with The ART of CARING Awards throughout 2020. We are asking our customers to nominate healthcare professionals for the awards.

10 Trophies will be given in six categories… Nursing, Dental, Veterinary, Healthcare, WellnessCulinary

Please wait while we announce the first winner for Art of Caring – Dental! Stay tuned!

INSTRUCTIONS:

1) Fill out the nominations at the bottom of the page, or Click Here

2) Click the Facebook Like button on each nominee below to vote

3) Follow Scrubs For Them on Facebook for updates

Nursing

Laurie Lance: “She has so much passion for her job, while teaching, caring & then demanding herself to be the best she can. Most staff hope their day is with her in the operating rooms so everything runs smoothly & the day is all positive vibes. She’s like this with patients, friends & family & we all could never be without her motherly love.”

Rachel Clouthier: “Always pushes herself to do more, learning all that she can to provide the best care she can for her patients”

Rebecca MacLeod: “Rebecca is a dedicated nurse always ensuring her patients are receiving safe and competent care. She lifts up her coworkers and is a leader among the staff. She is a teacher, helping new nurses feel comfortable in their new profession. With her calm and caring attitude she is an attribute to her work environment.”

Tammy Greaves: “She is always so positive in such a busy work environment. She is hard working, compassionate, dedicated and knowledgeable. Tammy goes above and beyond for her patients, and has such a calming manner about her. An all around excellent team member”

Chantale Brady: “Chantale is the person who cares for everyone, not just patients. She is generous and thoughtful. She is a fantastic nurse, with a wealth of knowledge, and is always looking out for the well being of people around her.”

Sean Bondarchuk: “Sean is always calm, cool and collected. He brings a smile to the faces of his patients and fellow staff members. He is always on his feet and ready to work. He is organized in an environment of chaos and a great team player.”

Angela Fraser: “Excellent nurse on the floor and super doing her RAI job. Kind, caring and very kind with the residents. Very dedicated for staying at the Grove for 26 years.”

Megan Joan Greenough: “Megan is a Nurse Practitioner in CHEO’s pediatric chronic pain program and a full time U of O Nursing PHD student. She is passionate about learning and research at a provincial, national level and ensures her patrons get the best pain management she can give.”

 

Dental

Please wait while we announce the first winner for Art of Caring – Dental! Stay tuned!

Veterinary

Lindsay Reaney: “Lindsay goes above and beyond in a profession she is passionate about. It can be a tiring and thankless job, but she shows up giving it all she has day in day out. She has a passion for diet and nutrition and has started a weight loss program at our clinic. Many of our patients have achieved healthy weight loss with Lindsay’s help. It is a joy to work with her, she has helped me to be a better vet tech.”

Healthcare

Jason North: Jason is one of the kindest and hard working individuals I have ever had the pleasure of working alongside. He treats every patient in the emergency department with the love and respect that you would want for your family member. Jason is always smiling and doesn’t let the chaotic nature of the emergency department get to him. The world is a much better place because of special people like him.”

Richard Shatraw: “Richard is up at 5am every morning so he can get to his clients before they are ready to get up for the day. He’s out rain or shine, in snow storms and on snow days. There to make his clients feel comfortable and cared for. He’s a superstar!”

Marie-Philippe Bussieres: “When I hear the words “passion for their craft” I think of Marie. She’s such a talented veterinarian and we are so lucky to have on our team as a Neurology/Neurosurgery Resident. She cares for every client and their furry family members, walking them through the process of diagnosing serious medical conditions with compassion. She goes above and beyond advocating for her patient to have the best treatment plan available and will support our clients even through the difficult decisions if it’s time for them to let go. Our team is better for knowing her – a light of enthusiasm and positivity, she just rolls up her sleeves and gets the job done. And she wears her heart in those sleeves! She’s the first person to come in in the morning and the last to leave at night, making sure that everything that can be done, does get done. An excellent diagnostician, rockin’ surgeon, inspiring doctor – we are all better for having the privilege of working with her and seeing her grow! Thank you Marie-P!”

Scott Greenough: “I have had the pleasure of working with Scott in a Long Term Care facility.  Scott is a dedicated health care provider.  He is a kind, caring and passionate. He is always willing to help others to ensure our residents receive exemplary care. He demonstrates our core values, HART. Honesty/Accountability/Respect and Team Work.  Scott helps make our facility a HOME to be proud of.”

Wellness

David Williamson: “Dave runs his massage business from home. I have been going to him for more than 15 years. Many of his clients are nurses or other healthcare professionals because he knows his stuff! He brought with him experience from the Day Spa and working for the Sens. He not only creates individual treatment plans but will send you home with homework where applicable. He is so busy he is no longer taking new patients. I so look forward to my appointments with Dave!”

Jennifer Craig: “I have been searching a long time for a massage therapist. She is professional, thorough, with attention to detail. Jennifer is the real deal!”

Culinary

Ric Watson: “Ric’s a great community person, serving, helping and teaching people in need.”

The Art of Caring - Nominating Form

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