A Boca Raton resident and school nurse at the economically challenged Barton Elementary School in Lake Worth has been cited as one of the county's "Nurses of the Year" for her efforts to provide necessities to needy families.
Palm Healthcare Foundation has a long-standing tradition of honoring and uplifting the nursing profession. One way we do that is by offering nursing scholarships annually through George Snow Scholarship Fund. Since 2001, Palm Healthcare Foundation, with the help of generous donors, has awarded more
When nurse Cheryl Zombek was assigned to Barton Elementary School in Lake Worth in 2010, she immediately recognized it was a good match...She tries to help ease the desperate housing situations of some of her students...
Palm Healthcare Foundation recently held its Thank a Nurse campaign, a series of events designed to recognize the tireless efforts of Palm Beach County's nurses. Yaima Morgan of Wellington was one of only a handful of nurses honored at the annual Heart of Gold reception.
Come out for an evening that recognizes the work of Palm Beach County nurses. The Heart of Gold reception will take place at 6:00 pm, May 11 at Kravis Center's Cohen Pavilion.
Two Health Care District nurses were among 18 local nurses honored by Palm Healthcare Foundation as "Nurse of the Year" on Thursday, May 11th, 2017 at the foundation's annual "Heart of Gold" reception.
Residents of Palm Beach County are aging at faster-than-ever rates, and the demand for healthcare is soaring here and across the country. In the next 15 years, one out of every five people in our community will become a senior citizen and 80% of those seniors will have a chronic health condition.
Palm Healthcare Foundation hosted the fourth annual Heart of Gold Nursing Reception Thursday to honor the extraordinary work of local nurses and recognize the county's "Nurses of the Year."
Media Contact: Marge Sullivan 561-837-2278 Palm Healthcare Foundation Honors Local Nurses May 15, 2017 - West Palm Beach, FL – Palm Healthcare Foundation hosted the fourth annual Heart of Gold Nursing Reception on Thursday, May 11 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. to honor the
Residents of Palm Beach County are aging at faster-than-ever rates, and the demand for healthcare is soaring here and across the country. In the next 15 years, one out of every five people in our community will become a senior citizen, and 80 percent of those seniors will have a chronic health