Hillcrest Health Services Receives the 2015 BBB Silver Award of Distinction

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Members of Hillcrest’s Executive Team and past company award winners attended the BBB Integrity Awards luncheon: (left to right) Kevin Mulhearn, Vickie Worden, Martha Zubke, Dr. Anna Fisher, Krista Upson, Cristina Cawthorn, Laura Mayer, Kathy Ramaekers, Jim Janicki, Brendan Bishop, Raegan Muller, Grace Knott, Jolene Roberts and Johnny Roberts.

Hillcrest  Health Services received the Better Business Bureau (BBB) Silver Award of Distinction for Significant Commitment to Ethical Business Practices at an award ceremony at the Embassy Suites Omaha–La Vista Conference Center on Tuesday, August 25, 2015.

“We are truly honored to be recognized by the Better Business Bureau with this distinction,” said COO, Brendan Bishop, who accepted the award. “Hillcrest’s mission is to enhance the lives of aging adults, and we couldn’t achieve this mission without making integrity and trust the foundation of our business practices for the past 28 years.”

These Awards focus on demonstrated ethical business practices with key stakeholders including customers, employees and community at large, rather than a company’s growth, profitability or popularity. The Integrity Award Winners were chosen by an independent panel of judges consisting of metro Omaha business leaders and members of the academic community.

Hillcrest Health Services offers the region’s largest continuum of health services for aging adults, including independent and assisted living, in-patient and outpatient rehabilitation, long-term care, memory support, adult day services, certified skilled home health and in-home personal care, palliative care, telehealth services, and hospice care. Hillcrest currently serves nearly 1,000 aging adults daily across nine counties in Nebraska and Iowa.