Community Living Executive Director Amy Kelley Named 2020 Health Care Hero

Long-Term Specialty Care - Community Living / February 21, 2020

Congratulations to Community Living Executive Director Amy Kelley who was named a 2020 Health Care Hero by Business First in the management category. The award honors those who make a difference in the health care industry.

Kelley is also the recipient of the prestigious Patriot Award from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, a Department of Defense program. Nominations for the Patriot Award come from an employee serving in the National Guard or Reserve. The honor recognizes Kelley’s support of military service members who are committed to both serving the country and BrightSpring.

Amy Kelley exemplifies what it means to be a compassionate and dynamic leader, fostering an environment where employees help BrightSpring clients live their best life.

Congratulations, Amy!


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