The PACE-RI leadership team was able to formally express its appreciation for our front line health care workers this week. Their response was moving and I wanted to share one of the notes I received:
I am not the type of person who looks for recognition in any aspect of my life. I have a job to do and I just do it to the best of my ability. It brings me joy to know that I am making a difference in a someone’s life.
I am blessed to be a part of this organization and thankful to be working. I don’t know of any other health care provider/insurance company that would go above and beyond for their clients as PACE does. It is a privilege to work with such caring individuals. The way my co-workers (across the spectrum) have stepped up to keep our participants connected goes above and beyond words.
In trying times such as these, the caring hearts of the workers here at PACE really shine through and as an organization we pull together to accomplish the task at hand. This is PACE!
Thank you! You are right that one person can’t do it alone but together PACE is a remarkable force for good. We are so grateful to work along side you.
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