For Immediate Release

Newark, DE — Exceptional Care for Children (ECC), a pioneering residential healthcare facility for medically fragile children, proudly announces that its esteemed Executive Director, John L. White, LNHA, has been honored with the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award by the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA).

The Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award, established by ACHCA, recognizes skilled nursing facility administrators who have excelled in their role, leading facilities that deliver top-tier performance in quality care measures and operational effectiveness. Criteria for the award include regulatory compliance, leadership longevity, and health inspection performance, among other rigorous standards.

John L. White’s leadership has been instrumental in fostering an environment of excellence and compassion at ECC. Under his guidance, ECC has consistently achieved outstanding health outcomes and high satisfaction rates among residents and families, meriting this distinguished acknowledgment.

“It is an honor to receive this recognition on behalf of our team at ECC who work tirelessly to provide exceptional care,” said Mr. White. “This award reaffirms our commitment to enhancing the quality of life for our children and their families through innovative care and support.”

The ECC community and its board members extend their heartfelt congratulations to Mr. White for his unwavering dedication and leadership, which have significantly contributed to the facility’s success and the well-being of its residents.

For more information about Exceptional Care for Children and the impact of Mr. White’s leadership, please visit exceptionalcare.org.

Contact:
Kyle Conner, CFRE
Director of Development
kconner[@]exceptionalcare.org

About Exceptional Care for Children:
Exceptional Care for Children (ECC) provides a home-like environment for technology-dependent children and their families, emphasizing community integration and personal growth, supported by the highest level of healthcare services.