Dignity Health Receives Henderson’s Community Pride Award
Henderson, Nev. – The Henderson City Council presented Dignity Health – St. Rose Dominican Hospital, Rose de Lima Campus with the Community Pride Award at a council meeting held June 6. Teressa Conley, president/CEO and Sister Phyllis Sikora, vice president of mission integration, accepted the award on behalf of the hospital.
The Community Pride Award is administered by the City of Henderson Commemorative Beautification Commission (CBC) and recognizes Henderson citizens, businesses and groups that have improved the appearance of their neighborhoods or properties, or added to the beauty or cleanliness of Henderson. Previous winners have included homeowners, homeowner’s associations, businesses and volunteers.
Dignity Health – St. Rose Dominican Hospital was nominated by the CBC in recognition of the 70thanniversary of its Rose de Lima campus and its service to the community. Dignity Health has invested approximately $2 million to restore the Rose de Lima building to its historic white color and to improve and beautify landscaping and entryways.
For additional information about the Community Pride Award and to learn how to make a nomination, visit cityofhenderson.com or call 702-267-4027.