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The Texas Hospital Association recently honored Christus Spohn Hospital Beeville for 50 years of working with the association to meet the needs of patients in their community. Officials at Christus Spohn were recognized with THA’s 50-year membership award. Della Vallejo, THA membership manager, presented the award to Nathan D. Tudor, the hospital’s vice president and chief operating officer. “This award represents a significant milestone in the life and mission of THA and Christus Spohn Beeville,” Vallejo said. “Our enduring relationship has helped serve both patients and the community by adapting to evolving needs and meeting the challenges of healthcare reform. We look forward to many more years serving the people of Beeville and surrounding communities.” Shown in this photo are Daniel St. Armand, chief nursing officer, Cherokee Saldiva, nutrition manager and patient safety officer, Della Vallejo, membership manager with the THA, and Tudor.
Jason Collins photo The Texas Hospital Association recently honored Christus Spohn Hospital Beeville for 50 years of working with the association to meet the needs of patients in their community. Officials at Christus Spohn were recognized with THA’s 50-year membership award. Della Vallejo, THA membership manager, presented the award to Nathan D. Tudor, the hospital’s vice president and chief operating officer. “This award represents a significant milestone in the life and mission of THA and Christus Spohn Beeville,” Vallejo said. “Our enduring relationship has helped serve both patients and the community by adapting to evolving needs and meeting the challenges of healthcare reform. We look forward to many more years serving the people of Beeville and surrounding communities.” Shown in this photo are Daniel St. Armand, chief nursing officer, Cherokee Saldiva, nutrition manager and patient safety officer, Della Vallejo, membership manager with the THA, and Tudor.
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