Congratulations Beth Collins Beth was awarded for providing excellent training to her peers, and for all the extra effort she put into helping a needy family secure assistance with living and holiday expenses.
Chris was awarded for all the extra effort he has put into his job while covering for our groundskeeper/mail deliverer during his absence. During this time, he had to help manage multiple water damage issues at our clinics as a result of the recent polar vortex.
Lisa was awarded for keeping a positive attitude and a high standard of performance despite dealing with challenging personal medical circumstances.
Vickie was nominated for volunteering her own time to spend several days working with the Red Cross in New York on the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. She also rescued one of our employees who had gotten locked in the annex basement.
Amy was awarded for all the extra effort she put into promoting colon cancer awareness. She organized events and raised money.
Shirley was nominated and awarded for working extra with a cancer patient to find funding for smoking patches and for providing the patient with individual counseling to help her quit smoking.
Carol was awarded for taking on the extra H1N1 vaccine ordering and database management duties.
Melinda was awarded for taking extra measures to keep open communication with one of her student’s doctors. This resulted in catching a “deficiency” that, if gone untreated, would have likely resulted in the child’s death in a few years.
Wilda was awarded for the support she gave a HANDS family when their child passed away.
Teresa was awarded for unstopping a plugged tracheostomy and saving a child’s life.