The John Corridan Compassion Award
The John Corridan Compassion Award is named for John F. Corridan III, a founder of Alliance Health, Inc. John spent his career as a leader in government, health care and human services advocating for the people who depended on services. All who knew John recognized and were inspired by his magnificent sensitivity to those needing care, his generosity of spirit and his compassion. This Award celebrates his great gifts to the field of care and his legacy of quality and humanity.
The award is given annually to at least three persons who are engaged in providing service or care to those living in a facility owned by Alliance Health. Candidates must be regular full or part time employees and have worked at least one year at an Alliance facility.
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Selections will be made by the Board of Directors of Alliance Health with the advice of Alliance staff and input from the facility managers. Ceremonies to honor the award recipients are held in November at each facility. Recipients are presented with an engraved symbolic award and a $500 check.