Sue Handron Honored as Cape Regional’s Difference Maker Volunteer for the First Quarter, 2018
February 16, 2018
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Sue Handron has been named Cape Regional Health System’s Difference Maker Volunteer for the first quarter of 2018. Her award nominators, staff and fellow volunteers recognized Sue for exemplifying the Health System’s Service Standards of being positive, engaged and proactive.
Since beginning her volunteer service in December, 2008, Sue has contributed more than 6,000 hours of service as a Patient Representative Volunteer, Errand Volunteer, Pharmacy Volunteer, and Knitting/Crocheting Volunteer. Sue also often assists as a volunteer at both the Reception Desks and Surgical Waiting Area when the need arises. “Sue’s spirited service is accented by her positive attitude; this, combined with her experience in an array of volunteer areas, makes her service truly priceless,” stated Julie Paolella, Director of Volunteer Services. When asked what volunteering means to her, Sue offers, “I enjoy helping people!” This busy recipient also serves as Cape Regional Auxiliary’s Scholarship Chairperson.
Sue enjoyed a long career as a nurse and nursing home administrator. Sue and her husband, John, live in Cape May Court House. In her spare time, Sue enjoys traveling and crocheting.
During the award presentation, Thomas Piratzky, Executive Director of Cape Regional Foundation and Julie Paolella, Director of Volunteer Services, joined with the award winner’s fellow volunteers and team members in honoring her with the Difference Maker Volunteer Award. Sue was presented with a Difference Maker Volunteer of the Quarter pin, gift card, flowers and commemorative plaque.
For more information on exciting, new volunteer opportunities at Cape Regional Health System, please visit our website at www.caperegional.com or call Julie Paolella, Director of Volunteer Services at 609-463-2367.
About Cape Regional Health System
Cape Regional Health System is an integrated healthcare delivery system serving residents and visitors throughout Cape May County. The system includes Cape Regional Medical Center, its flagship hospital, two urgent care facilities, Cape Regional Physician Associates with over 55 primary care providers and specialists delivering services in 13 locations, the Thomas and Claire Brodesser, Jr., Cancer Center, the Jane Osborne Center for Women’s Health and numerous freestanding outpatient facilities providing wound care, radiology, lab, endoscopy and physical therapy services.
Cape Regional Health System is a Penn Medicine Cancer Network member, and a clinical affiliate of Penn Medicine for Cardiac Care, Orthopaedic Care and Vascular Care. Cape Regional Medical Center is accredited by and received the Gold Seal of approval from the Joint Commission.