St. Luke Health Services Certified Nursing Assistant Gretchen Rebeor is the recipient of a 2019 Long Term Care Employee of Distinction Award. Rebeor received the award during a ceremony held recently in her honor at St. Luke. The statewide award presented by LeadingAge NY, an association representing mission–driven, nonprofit continuing care providers, recognized Rebeor’s outstanding commitment and professionalism over her 21 year career with the local healthcare provider.
“This recognition is well earned and we are fortunate to have Gretchen, and pleased to share this statewide recognition celebrating her achievements,” said St. Luke CEO and Administrator Terrence Gorman. “A common theme often repeated when describing Gretchen is her willingness to go beyond what is expected, and to make everyday a better day for our residents and her fellow caregivers.”
Pictured presenting the award is (from left) Jim Thomas, representing NYS Sen. Patty Ritchie; NYS Assemblyman William Barclay; award winner Gretchen Rebeor; Terrence Gorman, St. Luke CEO and Administrator; and James W. Clyne, President and CEO of LeadingAge NY. Rebeor received a resolution by the New York State Legislature honoring her and other award recipients from across the state.