Philippi, WV – Broaddus Hospital is pleased to announce that Donetta McVicker, BSN, RN, Program Director for the Broaddus Hospital Senior Life Solutions program, has received the award for 2019 Director of the Year.
Senior Life Solutions honors the top performing employees annually based on their excellence in demonstrating the company’s values of care, compliance, and community. Award recipients demonstrated outstanding patient care, excellent comprehension and execution of compliance regulations, and strong community engagement.
McVicker said, “Senior Life Solutions is committed to providing seniors with the most comprehensive care available. Our team of professionals closely monitors our patient’s frequently changing healthcare needs to ensure a continuum of care. I feel incredibly honored to receive this recognition and take great pride in offering the best possible healthcare to the people of Barbour County and the surrounding area.”
Broaddus Hospital Senior Life Solutions program is an intensive outpatient group therapy program designed to meet the unique needs of older adults over the age of 65 struggling with symptoms of depression and anxiety often related to aging. The program staff includes a board-certified psychiatrist, licensed social workers, a registered nurse, and other professionals dedicated to the emotional well-being of seniors in the community.
Anyone can refer an individual to the program including family members, physicians, or other health professionals. For more information, call the Broaddus Hospital Senior Life Solutions program at 304-457-8132.
ABOUT SENIOR LIFE SOLUTIONS
Founded in 2003, Psychiatric Medical Care (PMC) operates inpatient and outpatient programs located in rural communities across the country. PMC was developed with the sole mission to improve the quality of life of older adults living in rural communities. PMC, which operates the Senior Life Solutions outpatient program and multiple inpatient facilities, is one of the largest geriatric mental health management companies within rural hospitals across the United States.