Daniel was awarded for all the courteous and professional expertise demonstrated during the HANDS Family Record project development, pilot and roll-out.
Ruthie was awarded for working over the Memorial Day weekend helping with a boil water advisory associated with a water main break in Taylor County.
Wilda was awarded for the ongoing extra effort she made working with a Spanish speaking family whose child was loosing weight because of an undiagnosed milk allergy; and, for all the effort she made insuring a usable formula was available.
Chasity was awarded for working several hours over a weekend dealing with a rabies exposure.
Cindy was named March Employee of the Month as a result of two of her patients sending a letter of praise to us on her behalf for her professionalism, caring and support.
Lisa was awarded for coming in over the holidays to make sure payments were processed.
Congratulations Deana Osborne Deanna was awarded for coordinating toy, clothing, food and other donated gifts for a family experiencing medical and financial need; and, for dressing as an elf to deliver the items on Christmas Day.
Jessica was awarded for creating a photo prop, and taking and editing Christmas pictures for her families.
Pictured left to right –Janet Cowherd, RN, BSN, Diabetes Educator for Green County and Renny Smith, RN, School Nurse for Green County High School receiving the traveling trophy! Green County High School was recently recognized as the 2016 Diabetes Awareness Champion! The school raised $308 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation by selling paper sneakers that were displayed the school office to show support as well as students paying to wear pajamas and hats on a designated day.
Shirley was awarded for all the support she gave to a community member newly diagnosed with cancer.