CMH Foundation employees recognized at Missouri Health Care Association annual meeting
Donald J. Babb presented MHCA Platinum Award
In honor for his contribution and long-time support of the Missouri Health Care Association (MHCA), Donald J. Babb, chief executive officer/executive director of Citizens Memorial Healthcare (CMH), was presented the MHCA Platinum Award. The presentation was held during the opening general session of the 63rd Annual MHCA Convention in Branson on Aug. 22.
MHCA represents more than 350 long-term care facilities in Missouri and is the leading association committed to improving the lives of Missouri’s seniors in long-term care.
Tim Francka, administrator of Parkview Healthcare Facility (PVHCF) in Bolivar and administrative director of long-term care facilities in Bolivar and Buffalo, was elected vice president of the MHCA board of directors.
George Colbert, administrator of Citizens Memorial Healthcare Facility (CMHCF) in Bolivar, was elected as American Health Care Association (AHCA) delegate board seat.
Chris McBratney, administrator of Ash Grove Healthcare Facility (AGHCF) and administrative director of long-term care facilities in Ash Grove, El Dorado Springs and Stockton, was elected conference chair for non proprietary board seat.
Patrice Melton, activities director for Colonial Springs Healthcare Center (CSHCC) in Buffalo, was recognized for coordinating the Golden Age Games.
AGHCF won second place for the Facility Involvement Award and Community Springs Healthcare Facility (CSHCF) in El Dorado Springs, won third place for the Facility Involvement Award.
The CMH Foundation Board of Directors would like to congratulate all of the CMH Foundation employees for dedication and service to CMH.
For more information about CMH Long-term Care Services, contact the CMH Information Center at 417-328-6010 or 888-328-6010.
September 09, 2011