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October 16, 2021


10/4/2021 2:20:00 PM
Englewood Community Hospital Caregivers celebrate opening of a Zen Room

Caregivers at Englewood Community Hospital, 700 Medical Blvd., held a ribbon cutting celebration for a new space dedicated to relaxation and renewal. The purpose of the room is to provide the hospital’s caregivers with a quiet place to take a moment away from the often demanding duties for a few minutes of downtime. Caregivers are encouraged to take a peaceful break in the new room and enjoy massage chairs, salt lamps, soothing images of beaches and reef fish, and lavender scented towels. The room is spacious enough for three caregivers to relax, calm nerves and de-stress while still honoring social distancing practices. Donna Shifflett, RN, PCCN has been with the hospital for 11 years. She reflected upon serving patients during a pandemic, “It has been a challenge, of course. I am thankful that we now have a special place to take a break, have time to sit, not think about anything, and relax our mind, soul and body. It’ll be like plugging in a phone to recharge.” Caregivers at the hospital will have access to the space for relaxation 24/7. Photo: Cutting the ribbon for the relaxation space are (left to right): Andrea Truex, CNO; Donna Shifflett, RN, PCCN; Steve Young, CEO.





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