Award Recipients 2015
HCAM recognizes the importance of outstanding leadership to the success of an auxiliary or volunteer program. We as auxilians or volunteers work closely with the personnel and administration in our hospitals and care facilities. We take pride in all they do for us. Their interest, effort, encouragement and support make our auxiliaries and volunteer programs effective.Heart.MN.winners
Established in 1993, the Outstanding Senior Leadership Award (formerly Administrator of the Year) honors a health care administrator who demonstrates a cooperative, supportive, enthusiastic and well defined relationship with his/her auxiliary or volunteer program.
Mark Anderson, President and CEO Knute Nelson in Alexandria
The Outstanding Volunteer Resource Professional (formerly Volunteer Director of the Year) award was established in 2000 to
recognize and honor those who manage and direct volunteer program.
Betsy Meyer, CHI St Joseph's Health in Park Rapids
In 2009, HCAM membership voted to establish an award to honor a Volunteer of the Year.
This award honors a volunteer who goes “above and beyond” to enhance the lives of the patients and/or residents.
LaDean Moen presents the Volunteer of the Year Award to Kathy Croke.
Kathy is a volunteer at the Benedictine Health Center in Duluth.