Who We Are
Values and mission statements can seem to be only commendable goals until they are given life when placed in extraordinary hands and hearts. Genesis celebrates employees, who have demonstrated the relevance of core values we practice together.
Genesis employees have held the hand of a dying man at the scene of an accident, grieved with a patient's family member, served the underserved, lived a dream with an aging veteran, and brought new life into the world in a challenging environment.
We want to share these stories of employees who have demonstrated the Genesis values of safety, interity, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence. Their actions help us tell the story of Who We Are as an organization.
We will be updating this space with new stories. Click the link below, or see below to read about Genesis values that make us Who We Are. We hope you enjoy this multi-media recognition of special people and their special acts.
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A routine transport of a patient turned into a run that was anything but routine. Read more >>
Genesis hospice nurse Mary Kozlov, RN, called him “my vet.’’ She respected Bill for his service in World War II and for his courage as a cancer patient. Read more >>
The couple had celebrated a remarkable 69 anniversaries together and another milestone was approaching. Genesis Medical Center, Aledo was there to help. Read more >>
Joe Wild was taking care of his responsibilities as a groundskeeper for Genesis Health System in Davenport when a woman, her eyes red and moist, walked past. Read more >>
Sometimes a situation occurs in which normal common sense and a great sense of compassion come together and a wonderful thing happens. Read more >>
Sherry Stauffer has been on the journey herself as a breast cancer survivor of 11 years. She believes her calling as a survivor is to increase awareness and help others heal. Read more >>
Karen Marolf, RN, was making her first home visit with a new hospice patient of Genesis VNA and Hospice when she was warned by family members not to sit on the patient's worn, stained furniture. Read more >>
Homeless and injured from being beaten up and robbed, a man showed up at Genesis Family Medical Center for help. Read more>>