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Jean Guy Roy

 

Hospital Hero Jean Guy RoyEvery morning, I see Jean-Guy in the front lobby at the General Campus. He always greets staff, patients, and visitors with a kind smile and a warm hello.

Jean-Guy is a Transportation Worker at the General Campus. He is exactly the kind of person I would want to greet my loved ones if they were coming into the hospital. He is friendly and always takes the time to chat with the patients and their visitors. He’ll often sit with patients who are waiting for a ride home, talking to them or just listening to their stories. Jean-Guy never hesitates to help someone who looks lost, and I have often seen him personally escort patients and visitors alike to their destinations. His concern for our patients is wonderful to see and makes me proud to work with him.

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