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Infirmary CVOR Team Recognized as Service Heroes

The Infirmary CVOR team members were recognized as Service Heroes for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. The CVOR recently decided to switch up their routine and work with different teams within the unit. This meant nurses and scrubs were assigned to surgeons they did not usually work with. “By working with different people, we hadView Full Post

Shelly Simpson Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Shelly Simpson was recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. Shelly works in dietary services and was nominated by a coworker in behavioral health for the kindness and caring she brings to her job. “Our patients look forward to meal services because they know Shelly is accompanying theView Full Post

Auxiliary Celebrates Volunteers During Christmas Luncheon

Infirmary and North auxiliary members recognized volunteers during their annual Christmas Luncheon. Auxiliary member-at-large Wendy Saer announced that the volunteers worked more than 22,700 hours in 2019. If the hospital had to pay for these hours, it would be worth more than $677,160. The Auxiliary also distributed checks to the many hospital initiatives they haveView Full Post

Dustin Grier Named Service Hero at the Infirmary

Dustin Grier was recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the value of COMPASSION. Dustin was nominated after he used his body to shield a Behavioral Health patient who was being attacked by three peers. Dustin protected the patient, even though the attack was provoked by the patient using racial slurs andView Full Post