GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers have selected four local healthcare heroes from Bellin Heath in Green Bay to attend Super Bowl LV as their special guests.
The four healthcare workers were invited to recognize their commitment and service to their community.
“We’re honored to extend these invitations to these incredibly dedicated healthcare professionals,” said Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy. “We are so grateful for everything they and their colleagues have done to take care of our community during this challenging time.”
All 32 NFL clubs have invited healthcare workers from across the country to attend the Super Bowl LV festivities, honoring those who serve the public daily.
“As the NFL season culminates in Tampa Bay, we are thanking our healthcare heroes who have been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Peter O’Reilly, NFL Executive Vice President of Club Business and League Events. “We are honored to salute those who have demonstrated dedication, commitment and courage and deserve our deepest gratitude and admiration.”
Guests from Bellin Health include: Dr. Michael Landrum, MD, Infectious Disease Physician, Jessie Schaumberg, RN Certified Nurse Specialist in Training, Jessica Landry, RN Critical Care, and Lucy Bellerud, Respiratory Therapist.
If the Packers beat Tampa Bay on Sunday, Jan. 24, they will secure their spot in the Super Bowl giving these Green Bay healthcare workers even more reason to cheer.