EHS: Raising Spirits!

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Certified child life specialist (CCLS), LacyJane Cremmen, met with an eight-year-old patient named Lily to provide therapeutic play and activities at the bedside to promote coping with her hospitalization in the pediatric unit at Elliot Hospital. So impressed with her care, sweet little Lily decided she wanted to create a music video to thank all of the staff who helped her feel better. LacyJane ran with this idea reaching out to essential staff who remain on the frontlines of the hospital to share a snapshot of the incredible teamwork and passion of the staff. This short video is an expression of appreciation and the hope that our Elliot team is inspired and even more motivated to keep up the great work they head into the next few weeks with all that is to come in the middle of this pandemic. Last but not least, it is a reminder that we are in this together! #ElliotStrong

 

8 COMMENTS

  1. Care Coordination
    LacyJane,
    What a beautiful and uplifting video at a time when it is needed the most. And the voice of the little girl singing at the end was the icing on the cake; she actually brought me to tears! You are the true essence of an caring spirit and pure joy that our Elliot family needed at this time!
    Thank you!

  2. EFMH
    could not be more proud to work for this organization. Elliot Health Systems is top notch, professional and caring. Keep raising the spirits … we WILL rise together.

  3. Administration
    LacyJane: Your video is truly special. What a wonderful way to care for this little girl–and to care for the whole team. It is incredible! Thank you!!!!

  4. Patient
    Lacey! This video is absolutely heartwarming and means so much to Lily! The bond that you two have is very special and we will never be able to thank you enough for all that you do!

  5. Maternity
    Thank you so much for making this video, we have been smiling and laughing about it since the day you came to Maternity and Labor and Delivery! You brightened our spirits and we thank you!!

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