EMPLOYEE OF THE QUARTER
Pamela Duncan from the RHA's Office has been selected as Employee of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2008
The EMS Team is proud to present the “Employee of the Quarter” award toPamela Duncan. This employee received 5 nominations. She was nominated by: Linda Rowland, Beverly Flanagan, Janet Welch, Tasha Scott and Tina Butler. Here is just a highlight of why this employee was nominated: Pamela is reliable and competent. She remains positive and upbeat from Monday mornings through Friday afternoons. She is humorous, considerate and hardworking. She goes above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that all phases of her job are complete on time and then takes on other jobs that need to be done. She comes in early and stays late. She is a team player and is very deserving of this honor. She is humorous, considerate and hardworking. She goes above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that all phases of her job are complete on time and then takes on other jobs that need to be done. She comes in early and stays late. She is a team player and is very deserving of this honor.
kind to everyone she encounters here at GRHS
Lillie Bennett from Environmental Services has been selected as Employee of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2008
Lillie Bennett from Environmental Services has been selected as Employee of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2008. Ms. Bennett has worked at the hospital for almost two years. She received a total of five nominations, which were submitted by Arthur Coleman, Anne Marie Grant, Saralyn Jones, Dora Grant and Gateway BHS staff. One of the nomination letters follows: “This letter is being proudly submitted to commend and graciously thank Ms. Lillie Bennett for the hard work that she performs while on our unit. Often, commendable work ethics go unrecognized and unnoticed, but we can honestly attest to the fact that Ms. Bennett does her tasks thoroughly, efficiently, consistently, timely and with pride. Additionally, she always checks to make sure that our unit remains safe and secure.Lillie Bennett from Environmental Services poses with the Employee of the Quarter plaque. Ms. Bennett displays a positive attitude and has a keen sense of humor, which brightens up our countenances and helps our days be more productive and successful. She has established great rapport with staff and receives praises and accolades for how she treats “US” with utmost respect. Truly, she is an important member of our Gateway family. We applaud her professionalism, tenacity and enthusiasm and want her to know how much she is appreciated. Literally, we are sad when she is off work because that is how much her presence is missed.” Ms. Bennett, thanks for all that you do to help make our jobs easier. It is our delight to give “honor to whom honor is due.” May God continue to bless and enrich her life is our prayer request. Congratulations to the following outstanding employees who were also nominated:
Paul Dryer, Secure Unit 2
Randy Cone, Engineering and Maintenance
Shep Ingram, Engineering and Maintenance
James Conyers (Mr. C) from Secure Unit #2 named as Employee of the Quarter – 1st Quarter – 2008
Wow! There were some really awesome nominations submitted for “Employee of the Quarter – 1st Quarter – 2008. It just goes to show you that we have some pretty outstanding employees here at Georgia Regional Hospital. Congratulations James Conyers (Mr. C) on being selected as Employee of the Quarter – 1st Quarter – 2008. Dr. John Prather, Secure Unit #2, submitted the following nomination:
“I know of no other employee in this hospital that is more deserving of this award than “Mr. C”, James Conyers, FST. His performance in all areas in his lead FST position is extra outstanding, to include performance, teamwork and customer service – all graded A+. He has been instrumental in the opening and developing of the new Forensic Unit.
He is effective in providing patient care and dealing with the vast assortment of demands and duties with the highest degree of professionalism and effectiveness. I challenge anyone to work an 8-hour FST/HST shift and constantly make good judgments, maintain order and render patient care. He does.
So, in summary, there is no other employee more deserving of this award. To prove my point, check him on Unit 2, doing his job effectively and without fanfare. He is the most indispensable employee on this Unit, and that includes the attending Psychiatrist. He is easy to pick out. He will be amongst the patients wearing a blue lab coat with his signature mustache”.
out to the following employees who were also nominated:
|Craig Matthews of Maintenance
Named Employee of the Year for 2007
Maintenance Trades Supervisor Craig Matthews has been named Employee of the Year for 2007 by the EMS Team. The EMS Team chose Craig because he is hardworking and makes sure all areas of the hospital are safe for clients and staff alike. Craig works well with others and is respected by his co-workers, supervisors and subordinates. He demonstrates customer service skills by the smile that is always on his face and the kind words that always comes out of his mouth. Craig communicates well with the public, with staff at the hospital and with the clients. This employee consistently provides exceptional service and organizational commitment to Georgia Regional Hospital.
English Named Employee of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of 2007
Congratulations Shatovini English on being selected as Employee of the Quarter – 4th Quarter – 2007. An anonymous person submitted the following nomination: “I feel we are very fortunate to have an employee like Toby. She is a true asset to Unit #4 and GRHS. She is very knowledgeable of her job as well as being cheerful and an excellent role model for an FST. She is always willing to work over to help out and has gone above what was expected after many of Unit #4’s staff went over to Unit #2 and staffing became so short. The main reason that I am nominating her is because she performed the Heimlich maneuver last month on a consumer after he swallowed an ink pen in attempt to harm himself. This unselfish act possibly saved his life. ”As you can see, we have some really awesome employees here at Georgia Regional Hospital.
|Richard Pauly of Maintenance
Named Employee of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2007
Congratulations Richard Pauly on being selected as Employee of the Quarter – 3rd Quarter – 2007.Albertha Tolbert, Engineering/Maintenance Program Assistant, submitted the following nomination: “I chose this employee because he always has the energy to strive on. He is one of the oldest employees of this department and also is a retired veteran. When he is taking a break, lunch or even before work begins, he is discussing what needs to be done and encouraging the guys of what it takes to get it done. He is a level-headed guy and is always making sure the work is done right. He comes to work when he is sick and always goes the extra mile when it is hot outside or whatever the weather, in making sure the guys do not get dehydrated (having enough water) or that they have enough gear to work with. He is one of the guys that makes sure the grounds are kept the way they are suppose to be kept. My hat goes off to Mr. Pauly. He never complains. He just goes about his daily work schedule as planned.
Craig Matthews of Maintenance
Named Employee of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2007
"Mr. Matthews is always lending a
helping hand. He never complains, stops whatever he is doing
to do whatever is asked of him. Even with him being out with
2nd and 3rd degree burns he came in or called to ensure that things
were running smoothly.
Leona Pinkney of Nursing Named Employee of the Quarter for the first quarter of 2007
Congratulations Leone Pinkney on being selected as Employee of the Quarter - 1st Quarter 2007.
Linda Rowland, Infection Control
Nurse, submitted the
“On Tuesday, November 28, 2006, I was
on Unit 6 and observed a very dangerous situation. Ms. Pinkney
stepped between a petite nurse and a very irate patient and
prevented physical injury to the nurse and others in the area. Ms.
Pinkney was physically dragged to the floor by the patient while
having that patient’s hand around her throat! It took 4 to 5
employees to remove the patient’s hands and body from Ms.