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Employees Celebrated at Annual Awards Dinner
January 24, 2011
Madison County Hospital employees were recently recognized at the annual Employee Recognition Dinner held at the Brennan Loft in downtown London. The evening celebrated service milestones, 2010 “Employee of the Month” recipients, and awards for exceptional service.
The highlight of the evening was naming the “2010 Employee of the Year,” which is selected from among the “Employee of the Month” recipients. This year, the honor went to Mike Blankenship in maintenance. Mike’s award nomination form read, “Mike always has the time to help with a smile on his face. He goes above and beyond by doing jobs that are not even his. I thank him for his dedication and the kindness he always shows to others.”
“Employee of the Month” recipients were: Peggy Agle, Mike Blankenship , Nadina Clark, Bethanie Gossard, Sarah Johnson, Tammy Martin, Missy Peak, Leanna Pollock, Carolyn Pritchard, Amy Pullins, Christine Rowe, and Charla Smith. The individuals were chosen for demonstrating leadership skills, teamwork, initiative, and a commitment to quality.
Employees honored for reaching service milestones include:
40 Years of Service: Dee Maggied.
30 Years of Service: Barb Harris.
25 Years of Service: Ruth Roddy, Eileen West.
20 Years of Service: Kelly Snyder, Mike Swartz.
15 Years of Service: Sheila Dunn, Theresa Hastings, Lorrie McGinnis, Laura Studebaker.
10 Years of Service – Stefanie Cunningham, Linda Dunn, Susan Howland, Jill Rowe, Becky Rozell, Doug Sturm.
5 Years of Service – Mike Blankenship, Lisa Cantrell, Connie Carignan, Jackie Carlos, Wendy Everett, Wendy MacDowell-Arnold, Susan Rohner, Craig Skillings, Tracy Thompson, Belinda Tobias, Debbie Weisman.
Also receiving special recognition was “Cups for Caring” recipient, Tiffany Staley. “Cups for Caring” is a program where employees are nominated for exceptional service in one of the following areas: caring – demonstrating exceptional kindness to a patient; commitment – going “above and beyond” or taking on an unwelcome assignment; creativity – contributing ideas or solutions that improve services or save money; and competency – exceptional effort and results in performing job responsibilities.