McLean Administrator Among Those Honored at HBJ Health Care Heroes Event

Lisa Clark, Vice President and Administrator of the McLean Health Center, was among those recognized as a finalist, as part of the Connecticut Culture Change Coalition Steering Committee, at the Hartford Business Journal’s Health Care Heroes Award Luncheon on December 2.

Celebrated for their efforts of improving the culture of Connecticut nursing homes with a beautiful recognition certificate, the Connecticut Culture Change Coalition (CTCCC), was acknowledged along with 35 other finalists for their remarkable contribution to the health care industry. “At McLean, we are continually working to drive positive changes in our Long Term Care community, so I am particularly proud to be among this distinguished and dedicated group of health care professionals,” said Clark. “This award represents the entire work of the Connecticut Culture Change Coalition and our sustained commitment to improving the overall culture of Connecticut nursing homes.”

The Health Care Heroes Award is presented to outstanding leaders in the health care industry who epitomize the meaning of “hero.” Winners are chosen based on an independent judging process and must be an individual or company located in Central Connecticut and fall into one of the award categories: Advancement in Healthcare – Innovation, Community Service-Advocacy/Policy, Corporate Achievement in Healthiest Workplace or Innovation, Health Care staff, Nurse, Physician, or Volunteer.

To see the entire list of finalists, visit hartfordbusiness.com/heroes. The Connecticut Culture Change Coalition (CTCCC) is a collection of providers, regulators, consumers, families, and long-term care stakeholders united under the common goal of improving the culture of our Connecticut nursing homes. By driving positive changes in long term care environments, CTCCC promotes development of person-centered environments where individuals live, work and grow in nurturing, respectful communities that honor personal choice and diverse lifestyles. For more information on the Connecticut Culture Change Coalition, visit ctculturechange.org.