The Way to Go Recognition is a monthly, on-the-spot recognition of employees who perform an act that aligns directly with any of our five cornerstones: People, Quality, Service, Growth and Finance. Way to Go winners are awarded a special Way To Go Lanyard and a $25 American Express gift card.
Did you know?
Managers can be recognized for going above and beyond as well as fellow co-workers. A manager can be recognized by being given a “Way to Go” card. You can find Way to Go nomination forms online below or you can pick-up a form in the Human Resources Department at both hospitals
March Way to go Winners
Gina Bartsch, Laboratory Services Associate, Laboratory Services, Melrose-Wakefield Hospital
Recognizing a patient was in critical condition, Gina took additional steps to proactively prepare the blood bank for an emergency transfusion preparation. Her initiative helped save the patient’s life.
Steven Bishop and Joseph Burns, Facilities and Maintenance, Melrose-Wakefield Hospital
Both Steven and Joseph are consistently responsive to facilities and maintenance needs at Hallmark Health’s Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice. During the recent snowstorms, they worked tirelessly to clear lots, walkways, and streets and shoveled employees’ buried cars so staff could get home – all with smiles and friendly attitudes. They are very much aware that our clinicians are out in severe weather providing home care, and they work very hard to assist in meeting our mission.
Pam Duchene, Vice President of Patient Care services and Chief Nursing Officer
Since she has joined the organization, Pam has gone truly above and beyond in her role. She comes in around the clock, meeting each staff member regardless of his or her shift. Pam’s fresh ideas have brought inspiration to staff and rejuvenated nursing shared governance throughout the system.
Jesse Schacht, Medical Technologist, Laboratory Services, Melrose-Wakefield Hospital
Jesse listened to a coworker, who explained that a patient was in critical condition and may require an emergency transfusion of blood. Jesse acted and prepared blood products for transfusion prior to the official order, and this early effort helped save the patient’s life.
Agop Zeki, Housekeeper, Environmental Services, Melrose-Wakefield Hospital
Agop continuously works extremely hard, happily, and willingly. He is always willing to clean and assist whenever staff or patients ask him something. His coworkers are in awe of his pride and determination. He is an uplifting force!
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Thursday, March 19 2015 15:00