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Children’s Hospital Colorado proudly announces that Bob Flory, director of Spiritual Care, was presented with the Ann Miller Award for Excellence and Innovation in Pediatric Chaplaincy.
The national award is given by the Pediatric Chaplains Network, and honors pediatric chaplains whose dedication, hard work and wisdom go above and beyond in serving their communities and bettering the lives of those in need.
A leader in spiritual care
“Our patients simply do better when both their spiritual needs and their medical needs are met," said Jena Hausmann, president and CEO of Children’s Colorado. "We congratulate Bob for this amazing honor and for the vital role he and his team play to support the spiritual needs of our entire organization."
Bob provides a caring presence for patients and families
Bob has led the Children’s Colorado Spiritual Care department since 1997, ensuring that our chaplains and music practitioners provide a caring presence around the clock for our patients, families and staff in need. He was a founding member of the 20-year-old Pediatric Chaplains Network and served as president from 2009 to 2011. He also served on the Advisory Council from 1995 to 2013.