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Allyson Wilson Receives State Caring Kind Award

Published on November 20, 2020

Allyson Wilson 2020 NHA Caring Kind Recipient

Memorial Community Health, Inc. is proud to announce that Allyson Wilson has been named a Nebraska Hospital Association Caring Kind award recipient for 2020.

For 41 years, the Caring Kind award has been given to Nebraska's most caring hospital workers – those who have demonstrated compassion for patients, cooperation with co-workers, and dedication to excellence in their job responsibilities.

As a registered nurse, Allyson is a dedicated employee who exemplifies leadership and outstanding commitment to her multiple positions at Memorial Hospital. In her role as a diabetic educator, she is making positive strides for her patients. In her general nursing role and as a respected charge nurse, staff know they can count on her leadership and support. Allyson is also an excellent resource for the hospital emergency department and is a part of the Aurora Fire Department Ambulance team.

"Allyson goes above and beyond not only in caring for patients, but in working together with our entire healthcare team," commented Lindy Flynn, Director of Nursing at Memorial Hospital. "She is well respected by others, and her caring nature and positive attitude contribute to the excellent culture we strive for in our organization."

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About the Nebraska Hospital Association
The Nebraska Hospital Association is the influential voice of Nebraska's hospitals and health systems. Its mission is to serve its members by being the trusted leader to improve the health, well-being and quality of life of all Nebraskans. For more information, visit the NHA website at

About Memorial Community Health, Inc.
Memorial Community Health offers residents of central Nebraska a diverse, modern health care system that includes three family medicine clinics, a critical access hospital, outpatient specialty and diagnostic services, an independent and assisted living facility, and nursing home. For more information, visit