Sam was awarded for all the extra efforts put into rolling up the Online Food Handlers/Managers Certification including many hours of technical work.
Vickie was awarded for all the extra efforts she puts into the Foster Care program, going the extra mile to make sure the children placed with her have a positive experience.
Congratulations Megan Harrison 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 Wilda Morris Wilda was awarded for going the extra mile with a family whose child was still-born and for making the baby a handmade dress.
Though on Christmas Holiday, Tammy was awarded for securing baby formula for an infant whose mother had been flown out of county for emergency medical procedures.
Norma was awarded for stopping to help a co-worker with a flat tire and then following her to a meeting to make sure she arrived safely.
At this year’s KYEHA Conference, Lake Cumberland District Health Department’s Director of Environmental Services, Stuart Spillman, received the John W. Poe Award. His nomination included the following information: Through two real-world events, both water outages that required notifications to all food service establishments within the involved areas, Stuart Spillman, LCDHD Environmental Director, in coordination with the LCDHD Preparedness Manager, identified an area for improvement in the methods used for contacting food service establishments in a timely, effective manner. He then determined an improvement plan to address this issue. By integrating foodservice establishment contacts into the agency’s ReadyOp roster, environmentalists could […]
Hannah and Deana was awarded for collecting food and supplies for a pregnant, homeless lady.
Tish, who works in our RHOP program, won for covering for a co-worker who was off, enrolling a new patient for her co-worker, and helping find that new patient furniture and household items.
Brian, our IT Manager, was awarded for working, on several occasions, for 20 to 30 hours straight to resolve computer-related issues.