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
Way to Go Winners: May 2015
Eli Baez, Medical Technician, Laboratory Services
During one of this winter’s unprecedented snowstorms, Eli not only came in to work on his day off to cover staffing needs in the laboratory, he gave three coworkers a ride to work and one a ride home. Thanks to Eli, the staff arrived and departed their shifts safely and the lab ran smoothly.
Sheila Ciampa, RN, Emergency Department
Sheila received an appreciative message from a patient for her caring and extra attention during the patient’s visit. Sheila made the patient feel comfortable from the moment she walked in to the moment she walked out. Sheila even devised a way for the patient to easily carry out her belongings with the injury she had been treated for.
Jane Flaherty, Clinical Practice Leader, Special Care Nursery
A major part of Jane’s job is to educate maternity patients and families on safe sleeping environments for newborns. She recently reached out to several retail organizations to encourage them to market a safe sleeping environment in their displays of merchandise to help protect newborns from harm.
Beth McCurdy, Nursing Project Manager
When asked for instructions on using Hallmark Health’s policy manager system, Beth not only willingly volunteered to complete a time-consuming input task, she also worked after hours without being asked in order to finish the job on time and help out a coworker.
Lori Surdam, RN, Clinical Supervisor, Ultrasound
A patient recently wrote about the comforting experience she had with Lori. Lori calmed the patient’s nerves by staying with her and holding her hand during the procedure, giving the patient a safe and cared for feeling.
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