Prime Mover Award

The Prime Mover Award was established in 2008 by the physicians of TriValley Primary Care to recognize voluntary (uncompensated) leadership and essential service of TriValley physicians and staff that benefit the health and human service activities in and for the community, commonwealth and nation.

Its purpose is to set an example for such voluntary efforts to improve health and human services in the community and beyond so as to inspire others to emulate the unselfish service that the recipient has freely given.

Steven S. Bimson, M.D.


Steven S. Bimson, M.D.

The physicians of TriValley Primary Care, P.C. are pleased to announce that Steven S. Bimson, M.D. was named a recipient of TriValley Primary Care's Prime Mover Award on September 22, 2009. Dr. Bimson is the first recipient of the award.

Steven S. Bimson, M.D. is recognized for his charitable leadership and essential service in support of the TriValley Primary Care PowerWalk/PowerRun from 2003 through September 2009. The TriValley Primary Care PowerWalk/PowerRun is an event that raises money for the Indian Valley Boys & Girls Club in Souderton. Through the award date, the TriValley Primary Care PowerWalk/PowerRun raised over $148,000 for the Indian Valley Boys & Girls Club.

The Prime Mover Award was presented by TriValley’s chairman, Hal Cohan, M.D., on October 28, 2009 at an assembly of physicians and staff called the Longevity Service Breakfast. The Longevity Service Breakfast is held to recognize long term staff and various achievements and achievers in the practice.

Steven S. Bimson, M.D. is a board certified family practitioner with TriValley’s Indian Valley Office, Souderton. He is a founder of TriValley Primary Care and began practice in the area in 1991. 

Jeffrey Thatcher, M.D.

Dr Thatcher
Jeffrey Thatcher, M.D.

The physicians of TriValley Primary Care, P.C. are pleased to announce that Jeffrey D. Thatcher, M.D. was named a recipient of TriValley Primary Care's Prime Mover Award on September 21, 2010. Dr. Thatcher is the second recipient of the award.

Jeffrey Thatcher, M.D. is recognized for his charitable leadership and essential service in support of the Transitions in Care - Palliative Care Program of Grand View Hospital from 2008 through September 2010. Transitions in Care was launched in 2008 with Dr Thatcher as its voluntary medical director. The program began with one nurse practitioner and a secretary benefiting from Dr. Thatcher's guidance, and quickly grew to include a second nurse practitioner as well as coordinated care with Grand View Hospital's social services and Grand View Hospice's pastoral care.

Palliative care is an area of healthcare that focuses on relieving and preventing the suffering of patients and is appropriate for patients in all disease stages, including those undergoing treatment for curable illnesses and those living with chronic diseases, as well as patients who are nearing the end of life. *

The Prime Mover Award was presented by TriValley's chairman, Hal Cohan, M.D., on October 26, 2011 at an assembly of physicians and staff called the Longevity Service Breakfast. The Longevity Service Breakfast is held to recognize long term staff and various achievements and achievers in the practice.

Jeffrey D. Thatcher, M.D. is a board certified internist with TriValley's Franconia Office, Telford. He is a founder of TriValley Primary Care and began practice in the area in 1989.

* reference: "Palliative Care", Wikipedia.com, 2011

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