2017-10-12 / Front Page

Mayo Employees Honored for their Work

At Mayo Healthcare in Northfield, Administrator Christine Scott, in back, congratulates
staff members who received 2017 awards for their work from the Vermont Health Care
Association. From left are Kaysie Breer, Lorraine Capron and Victoria Brown, LPN. Not
shown but also receiving VHCA awards were Marge Truman, LNA, and Jennifer
Matthews.At Mayo Healthcare in Northfield, Administrator Christine Scott, in back, congratulates staff members who received 2017 awards for their work from the Vermont Health Care Association. From left are Kaysie Breer, Lorraine Capron and Victoria Brown, LPN. Not shown but also receiving VHCA awards were Marge Truman, LNA, and Jennifer Matthews.

NORTHFIELD — Mayo Healthcare and five members of its staff have received statewide honors for their work and the quality of their care.


At the annual convention of the Vermont Health Care Association (VHCA) on September 26, the Northfield senior living facility was one of three Vermont long-term care providers receiving a Quality Award from the State of Vermont’s Division of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living. Mayo has won the award 10 times over the past 19 years; only one Vermont long-term care provider has won more.


At the same event, the VHCA, Vermont’s oldest and largest long-term care organization, presented five Mayo staffers with individual honors. Marge Truman, LNA, of Riverton, an employee of Mayo Residential Care, was named Outstanding Residential Care LNA/PCA for 2017. Kaysie Breer of Barre, also with Mayo Residential Care, was honored as Residential Care Manager of the Year.


Three employees of Mayo Rehabilitation and Continuing Care won individual honors. They are Jennifer Matthews of Montpelier, Mayo’s rehab coordinator, Occupational Therapist of the Year; Victoria Brown, LPN, of Plainfield, Outstanding Skilled Nursing Facility LPN; and Lorraine Capron of Williamstown, Outstanding Medical Records/Supply Clerk.


“We’re incredibly proud of our honorees this year, and of winning the Quality Award for the 10th time,” said Christine Scott, Mayo’s administrator Christine Scott, administrator of the Northfield facility, which has been serving Central Vermont seniors since 1972. “The VHCA normally gives out five Quality Awards each year, but this year they awarded only three. That we were among that select group speaks volumes about the dedication of our entire staff.”


To learn more about Mayo, visit www.mayohc.org or call 802 485-3161.



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