Texas Dept. of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services honors KDC for employing visually impaired worker

King’s Daughters Clinic recently received a prestigious award from the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) in Waco for employing a visually impaired individual.

The “2015 Business of the Year” award was presented to the clinic by DARS’ Division of Blind Services to recognize KDC’s business practice of employing people who are visually impaired, allowing visually impaired individuals to remain productive in the workforce.

“This award is important to Little River Healthcare because it shows that we are diverse and we provide an environment that allows people of all types to be productive and provide excellent services to our patients,” KDC Administrator Robert Torres said.

On behalf of Little River Healthcare, Torres and Danielle Mitchell, quality manager and nursing supervisor at KDC, accepted the award during a program on Oct. 16.

“We are so proud of our employees,” said LRH CEO Jeff Madison. “This award proves that our employees will overcome any obstacle in the name of patient care.”

King’s Daughters Clinic is located at 1905 SW H.K. Dodgen Loop in Temple and is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information on the clinic, visit www.KDClinic.com.

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