Hospital asks all to hang lights at home to brighten health care workers’ spirits

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Posted 4/22/20

Mountain Vista Medical Center, a Steward Family hospital, recently announced the launch of its “Shine on Health Care Heroes” campaign, an effort to enlist patients, residents and local …

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Hospital asks all to hang lights at home to brighten health care workers’ spirits

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Mountain Vista Medical Center, a Steward Family hospital, recently announced the launch of its “Shine on Health Care Heroes” campaign, an effort to enlist patients, residents and local business partners in applauding health care workers from the safety of their homes.

Mountain Vista Medical Center, 1301 S. Crismon Road in Mesa, is asking community members to hang lights outside their home, according to a release.

It part of Steward Health Care’s national effort to thank health care workers and support doctors, nurses, and hospital staff who have continued to show incredible bravery during this time of uncertainty and distress, the release states.

“The spread of COVID-19 has caused anxiety both around the world and here in the East Valley, touching each of us and upending the way we live,” Damon Brown, president of Mountain Vista Medical Center, said in the release. “While most shelter at home with their families, health care workers continue to bravely risk their own health and safety to ensure residents have access the highest-quality care. Our hope is that seeing lights throughout our community will uplift and brighten frontline medical workers’ spirits and show them just how much we appreciate them and are thinking about them during this time.”

“As a national health care company, Steward has a unique opportunity to champion action at this unprecedented and challenging moment,” Dr. Joseph Weinstein, chief medical officer for Steward Health Care, said in the release. “We wanted to show the entire health care community, both within Steward and beyond, that we are here to support them, while also involving Americans who are eager to help and share their own gratitude.”

In addition to hanging lights outside their homes, members of the community are encouraged to share messages of love and appreciation on social media using the hashtag #ShineOnHealthCareHeroes. Mountain Vista Medical Center will work to partner with local businesses to amplify the campaign in weeks and months ahead.

For more information about Mountain Vista Medical Center and its services, go to mvmedicalcenter.org

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