First, we would like to show our humble gratitude to all those nominated. This was not a decision made quickly or lightly by our judges. There were so many deserving of this award who embodied the definition of a Healthcare Hero and we want to thank you for all you have done and are continuing to do during this pandemic.

 

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Congratulations, Lisa! We thank you for all that you do and look forward to starting this journey with you!

 

Play the video below to learn more about Lisa during her radio interview with KIX Country 92.9!