BCHC Celebrates Courtney Schindler as Recipient of Caring Kind Award

By: Aprill Murphy

ALBION, Nebraska (May 22, 2024) – Boone County Health Centers (BCHC) proudly announces Courtney Schindler, RT, as the esteemed recipient of the Caring Kind award presented by the Nebraska Hospital Association (NHA). This prestigious accolade underscores Schindler’s exceptional commitment to patient care, and her outstanding contributions as a respiratory therapist within BCHC.

The Caring Kind award, bestowed by the Nebraska Hospital Association, holds a special significance in the healthcare community, recognizing individuals who demonstrate extraordinary compassion, dedication, and professionalism in their service to others. Courtney Schindler exemplifies these qualities in every aspect of her work, earning the admiration and respect of her peers.

Nominated by her colleagues for her unparalleled kindness and willingness to go above and beyond for both patients and co-workers, Schindler’s impact extends far beyond her role as a respiratory therapist. Her unwavering dedication and expertise not only benefit the patients she serves but also contribute to the overall well-being of the BCHC team.

Dr. Bridgette Pudwill, speaking on behalf of BCHC medical staff, lauded Schindler’s exceptional qualities: “Courtney is a shining example of what it means to embody the spirit of the Caring Kind award. Her genuine compassion and willingness to support others make her an invaluable asset to our healthcare community. Whether in the ER, clinic, OB, or outpatient settings, Courtney’s presence makes a meaningful difference in the lives of those she encounters.”

Caleb Poore, President and CEO of BCHC, expressed his profound admiration for Schindler’s character and professional dedication: “Courtney’s selfless commitment to her patients and colleagues is truly inspiring. She consistently demonstrates the highest standards of excellence and compassion, serving as a role model for all of us at BCHC. She is incredibly deserving of this prestigious recognition.”