Good Samaritan Hospital Physician Named Samaritan of the Month
Good Samaritan Hospital’s Samaritan of the Month in April for the satellites
was pediatric nephrologist with the Center for Pediatric Specialty Care at Good Samaritan Hospital
Dilys Audrey Whyte, MD. With more than 15 years of experience as a physician, director and professor in the field of pediatrics and nephrology, parents rely on her expertise. Dr. Whyte has a way of always making patients and their families feel welcome, relaxed and comfortable. Her professionalism and relationship with patients is a gift which exemplifies the hospital’s mission of delivering compassionate health care to those in need.
Among Dr. Whyte’s many accomplishments is her research in renal development with Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yale University and the National Kidney Foundation. In addition, she has authored published articles dealing with acute renal failure and kidney disease in children. She resides in Coram.
Since 1999, Good Samaritan Hospital has recognized exemplary employees that consistently go above and beyond their assigned duties and live by the hospital mission to promote excellence in care and commit to those in need. Nominations are submitted for review to a committee from co-workers, supervisors and patients. Samaritans are surprised in their department with a bouquet of flowers. A Samaritan of the Month presentation is held at the hospital with their co-workers and family.
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