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May Hero - Pamela Anderson

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OHCA's Heroes of Long Term Care program honors individual long-term care employees for their service to residents, the facility, and to their community. Heroes are nominated from long-term care facilities throughout Ohio.

Cincinnati Housekeeping Aide Named May 2018 Long-Term Care “Hero”

The state’s largest organization representing long-term care facilities has honored a Cincinnati, Ohio housekeeping aide as its May 2018 “Hero of Long-Term Care.”

Pamela Anderson from Covenant Village of Green Township, Cincinnati, Ohio has been selected by the Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) as its Hero of Long-Term Care for May 2018. OHCA honors one long-term care employee each month for their service to caregivers, residents and the community. 

Anderson will be featured on the OHCA website ( during the month of May, and will be recognized at the Association’s Annual Convention in Columbus, Ohio. 

Amy Mullowney, Licensed Administrator for Covenant Village, , says that Anderson is passionate about serving the facility’s residents and the community.

"Pam is one of Covenant Village's most senior team members, and works the facility with great care and good humor," Mullowney said. "She is a valued asset to the Covenant Village team!" 

Anderson has worked in long-term care facilities throughout her adult life, and has been with Covenant Village since January of 2013. Outside of the facility, she shares her life with her children and grandchildren, and serves as the sole provider to her 7 year-old grandson.

"Pam has endured the sudden loss of her daughter, a knee replacement and ongoing aches and pains. Through it all, she retains her good nature and sense of humor," said Julie Camele, Human Resources Director at Covenant Village. "On any given day you will see Pam interacting with the residents, cracking jokes on the floor and attending to the facility's social function. 

According to co-workers, Anderson is hard working and willing to help our wherever needed.

"Pam is a woman of courage, grace, compassion and humor," said Camele." "This and her work ethic make her our Hero of Long Term Care!"

Covenant Village of Green Township is a physical therapy rehabilitation center dedicated to getting its patients home faster. The state-of-the-art equipment, techniques and environments we employed are more than innovative. They are proven to make the road to recovery more pleasant and a faster route to get patients home, healthy and independent. Covenant Village is located at 3210 West Fork Road, Cincinnati, OH 45211; Phone:  513-605-3001. For additional information please go to

The Ohio Health Care Association is a non-profit association of more than 900 skilled nursing facilities, assisted living communities, and providers serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, representing nearly 90,000 individuals. Many OHCA members also provide a variety of home and community-based services.  OHCA is the largest long-term care association in the state, and the only chartered Ohio affiliate of the American Health Care Association, representing more than 12,000 long-term care facilities nationwide.