Warren resident named Hasbro Brite Lite winner

Posted 6/16/22

Brite Lites are chosen as those who best characterize “the four Cs” at Hasbro Children’s Hospital: caring, communication, cooperation and competence.

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Warren resident named Hasbro Brite Lite winner

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Grace Brilhante of Warren, who works as a patient accounts representative, ambulatory registration, at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, was named one of the hospital’s 2021 Brite Lite award winners during a gathering in the hospital’s Balise Healing Garden on Monday.

Honorees are Lifespan employees who are nominated by Hasbro Children’s Hospital patients and their families for the dedication and compassion shown to children under their care. Launched in 2002, the Brite Lite employee recognition program highlights five employees who have gone above and beyond their everyday duties to make patients and families with whom they come into contact feel safe, important, and well cared for. Brite Lites are chosen as those who best characterize “the four Cs” at Hasbro Children’s Hospital: caring, communication, cooperation and competence.

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