West Virginia University Hospitals Inc.

09/20/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 09/20/2021 11:12

Caprice Tenney named VIP at St. Joseph's Hospital

Posted on 9/20/2021

BUCKHANNON, WV - WVU Medicine St. Joseph's Hospital recently honored physical therapy assistant Caprice Tenney with the Valued Inspired Person (VIP) Award.

Tenney's co-workers say she is full of compassion and genuine hospitality. She follows and believes in the mission of St. Joseph's Hospital, letting the love of Christ guide her at work and in the community.

She is known for doing little things that make all the difference for her patients, such as helping them find exercise clothes and ensuring they fit, playing music she thinks they will like while exercising, and buying bird feeders to put in the trees for both patients and staff to enjoy.

St. Joseph's Hospital honors staff members with the Valued Inspired Person Award (VIP) on a bimonthly basis. The VIP Award is given to those who demonstrate the Christ values of the hospital: Compassion, Hospitality, Reverence, Interdependence, Stewardship, and Trust.