Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) recently honored Sandy Sheble-Hall, RN, of Dover with its Dick Regan Award. The award recognizes a staff member who personifies a commitment to staff development, teamwork and relationship building. Sheble-Hall is a member of the HIV team which provides primary care, case management, nutritional and behavioral health services to patients with HIV.
“Sandy epitomizes this award,” said Carole Hohl, director of HIV services at BHCHP. “He works individually and with our team to forge strong relationships with patients who may have no other relationships. He is a role model for treating all staff and patients with respect and dignity.”
Founded in 1985, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program has evolved into the largest and most comprehensive health care for the homeless program in the country, delivering services to more than 12,000 homeless men, women and children a year in two major teaching hospitals and more than 80 shelters and other sites. For more information, visit www.bhchp.org.