As one of the first posts to my blog, I thought I would share a recent press release involving an event I was part of. To me, it’s important to engage in activities that help maintain an emotional balance, but more so, it’s an opportunity to remind myself why what we do at the HATS Group is truly important to members of our community.
Valentine’s Day this year saw the HATS Group CEO Henry Bilinski take some time out of his busy schedule to visit the patients of Trinity Hospice in Clapham, London.
The HATS (Health and Transport Services) Group is a firm dedicated to the purpose of providing and facilitating logical solutions to a range of issues in the public sector with a specific focus on the transport sector of the NHS.
As such the various elements of the NHS including hospitals, clinics, surgeries and hospices are places we’ve developed strong working relationships with over the years since the Group was founded back in 1995.
Fostering these working relationships means that we do all we can to ensure that the employees and patients of these facilities know who the Group is and how we can help them. This dedication to service saw HATS Group CEO Henry Bilinski take some time out of his hectic schedule to visit with patients at Trinity Hospice.
Trinity Hospice, based in the thriving Clapham area of the nation’s capital, is a facility that serves as an NHS refuge for those who need it when they are drawing to the end of their lives. The staff at the hospice are dedicated to providing patents with skilled, compassionate care so that they are as comfortable as possible at this time in their lives.
Considering the amazing work that the staff at the hospice do each and every single day, as well as the dignity shown by patients at the facility, Henry Bilinski thought that Valentine’s Day was the perfect day to show the HATS Group’s appreciation for the work done at facilities such as Trinity Hospice.
The day was one enjoyed by all as the HATS Group CEO got the chance to talk to various people and take a tour of the hospice, finding out more about the specific work they do at the facility.
Bilinski took the time to visit with each and every single one of the eleven ladies currently staying at the facility and gifted them each with a bouquet of flowers in the hope that it would brighten up their day. The HATS Group looks forward to engaging more with the facility in the future.