Brian, our IT Manager, was awarded for working, on several occasions, for 20 to 30 hours straight to resolve computer-related issues.
Gail, our Clinton County Office Manager, was awarded for, on two occasions, due to weather, making arrangements for alternate locations for HANDS events.
Tracy was awarded for giving a mother without transportation and her small children a ride home.
Chris was awarded after having been nominated by several employees for the following: changing a door lock in Taylor; staying with a family who had been in an auto accident and allowing them to take shelter from the rain in his vehicle while he waiting outside; determining a water heater leak at the District; creating a back-up generator cart for the District; helping trim some health department trees on his own time; repairing a weed eater; moving file cabinets; replacing lightbulbs; helping many staff with personal phones and computers; going out of the way to deliver supplies; and repairing a […]
Sonya was awarded for traveling to a neighboring county to accommodate a patient’s work schedule to assure their STD treatment was administered.
Congratulations April Tuggle April was awarded for assisting a 5-year-old child, who had wondered miles from home, reunite with her mother.
Chasity, Lora Beth, and Cortney were awarded for going out of their way to help provide for the safety and welfare of a young runaway who was under-dressed in the cold weather.
Wilda was awarded for going the extra mile with a family whose child was still-born and for making the baby a handmade dress.
Megan was awarded for her impressive case management of a woman who had a rare diagnosis breast lump, and for the extra lengths she went to in order to assure a correct diagnosis. She did this while being a new supervisor, training new staff, and working through the Hepatitis A outbreak.
Congratulations to Dr. Richard Miles who received the Kentucky Public Health Association’s Russell E. Teague Award for significant contributions to public health in his efforts to promote Harm Reduction/Syringe Exchange Programs in the Lake Cumberland Area. Dr. Miles is a Russell County Board of Health Member.