I was talking to Tzvi G. yesterday and he was telling me how he had just read my “Where’s Waldo” blog from some time ago and enjoyed it immensely. The ‘waldo’ guy, who was the inspiration for my blog, obviously had way too much time on his hands (not to mention his peculiar fixation).
I did find another guy just like that today.
This guy actually came up with 74,476 Reasons You Should Always Get The Bigger Pizza, by devising a complicated mathematical formula to compare the price of pizza pies according to the circumference and ‘square footage’ (if you will) of each pie. His proffered permutations is further enhanced with a complex graph and other illustrations. Take a look.
This guy also has too much time on his hands to be so consumed by the minutia of pizza pies.
Then, I thought some more and asked myself, how are we really any different at Regency Nursing Centers?
We too are consumed with the tools of our trade and involved in the smallest details of providing stellar care and compassion.
I can give you a few examples of our superstar staff who are totally proficient in every single solitary detail of our operations and who take great pride in their knowledge and commitment.
Take my good friend, Mary Sloane of the Regency Gardens Post-Acute center in Wayne, NJ. She has her pulse on every last nuance of their stellar program. Every last detail is scrutinized and analyzed to ensure a wonderful experience for the residents and their families.
What about our awesome Al Morris who is the ultimate roving Regency Ambassador. The man has a fixation for details and numbers. He knows how many beds we have in the facilities, how many concentrators, menus, therapy equipment, etc. He knows what needs to be ordered at any given time. New uniforms, new bed pads, etc. etc. It’s all in his head.
What about Pam Alvarez and her nursing staff at the famous Regency Grande in Dover? They have the same dedication and commitment to the finer details.
What about Beverly Sevellino and her nursing staff at Regency Park in Hazlet? What an incredible and diverse set of compassionate caregivers, all of whom are tuned in to the permutations, nuances and details in caring for their patients.
Truly, we are also fixated.
However, our fixation isn’t on Waldo or Pizza, but on patient care!