Yorktel and Caregility Wrap Up Frontline Healthcare Worker Recognition Program by Honoring One of Their Own

EATONTOWN, N.J., -- In a partnership that launched on September 4, 2020, with Chip Ganassi Racing and in the course of the 2020 NASCAR Playoffs, Yorktel and Caregility have used their respective sponsorship of the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE, pushed by using former Daytona five hundred and NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) Champion Kurt Busch, as a platform to honor the terrific contributions frontline healthcare employees have made at some stage in the COVID-19 pandemic.


Each week for the duration of the series, an man or woman has been identified by way of having their title positioned on the passenger facet of the vehicle pushed with the aid of Busch and had the probability to meet Busch definitely in a pre-race video conference. Individuals that have been diagnosed include:

Michelle Lemke, RN, Mary Washington Hospital
Hannah Mack, RN, Cone Health
Amy Alexander, RN, Atrium Health
Ann Dakunchak, RN, BSN, CNOR, Penn Medicine
Ken Schultz, RN, Methodist Hospital
DeAnne Haggins, Breast Cancer Survivor
Bernard Robinson, Northwell Health
As the ultimate race procedures on Sunday, November 8, in Phoenix, Yorktel and Caregility have chosen to honor the memory of Lilly Wang, the a great deal cherished and admired spouse of the company's founder, Dr. York Wang, and to increase focus of and guide for all these who have been impacted via ALS, additionally recognized as Lou Gehrig's disease.

"It has been a super trip to have the hazard to understand all these individuals," commented Ron Gaboury, CEO of Yorktel and Caregility. "Each man or woman represents the broader neighborhood of vital employees and personal residents throughout the country that have labored tirelessly in the combat towards the COVID-19 virus and breast cancer.

"This week we selected to deliver the application to a shut with the aid of honoring Lilly, and the courageous battle she eventually misplaced towards ALS. We hope others will be a part of us by using attaining out to their neighborhood ALS Chapter to study how they can assist in the battle in opposition to this horrible disease," concluded Gaboury.

"It is our hope that one day ALS will be a sickness of the past. But till that day comes, the ALS Association will relentlessly pursue its mission to assist humans dwelling with ALS and to depart no stone unturned in the search for the therapy of this revolutionary neurodegenerative disease," commented Kristen Cocoman, President and CEO, the ALS Association Greater New York Chapter. "We may want to no longer proceed this battle besides the assist of agencies like Yorktel, who have contributed their time and dollars to our mission. We are very appreciative of their assist and appear ahead to a persevered partnership in the search for a cure." 

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