AMSTERDAM — St. Mary’s Healthcare has received a proclamation from the city of Amsterdam and Mayo Michael Cinquanti, recognizing the healthcare organization’s work as part of National Hospital Week, which runs through Saturday.
The proclamation declares May 10-16 as Hospital Week at St. Mary’s Hospital in the City of Amsterdam and urges “residents to express their appreciation for the dedicated people, facilities and technologies that make reliable health care possible in our community.”
The proclamation states that the city is “honored to join the many national Hospital Week partners in celebrating St. Mary’s Healthcare and the men and women who are on the front lines working tirelessly to help others in their greatest time of need especially during this period when our city and country are in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
A news release from St. Mary’s Healthcare states: “As we all continue to do our part to fight against this COVID-19 challenge, the role of our healthcare workers is now more important than ever. The tremendous efforts on the front lines of this pandemic and their commitment to quality care and patient safety not just now, but year-round are critical to the mission of St. Mary’s Healthcare.”