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PCH honors outstanding employees

PULASKI – Several employees at Pulaski Community Hospital were recently recognized at an awards ceremony in their honor. Jay Clark, LPTA, was presented with the 2008 Frist Humanitarian Employee Award and Charlotte Reed was awarded the 2008 Frist Humanitarian Volunteer Award.
“We are committed to delivering quality patient care and are extremely proud to recognize Jay and Charlotte in their efforts on behalf of our patients and our community,” said Tom Lawhorne, Interim CEO, Pulaski Community Hospital. “Their exemplary work and compassion sets a high standard for healthcare professionals and we are proud to have them as part of our employee and volunteer family. Our patients benefit from the kind of commitment to humanitarian concerns that they demonstrate each day.”
The Frist Humanitarian Awards were created to recognize one employee and one volunteer at each HCA-affiliated facility who demonstrate extraordinary concern for the welfare and happiness of patients and their community. The Frist Humanitarian Awards are given annually in recognition of the humanitarian spirit and philanthropic work of the late Dr. Thomas F. Frist, Sr., a founder of HCA. The two honors bestowed upon Clark and Reed place them in nomination for the nationwide 2008 Frist Humanitarian Awards, the highest honors an employee and a volunteer can receive within HCA, the parent company of Pulaski Community Hospital.
At an awards ceremony held at the hospital to honor the winners and nominees, Clark was recognized for providing quality patient care and for always showing kindness and concern for the well-being of others. Not only does he serve Pulaski Community Hospital and the local community, but he has also reached out to others by leading his church youth group on several mission trips. Clark has traveled several times to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota to help renovate housing and the local church for the Lakota Sioux tribe. He also traveled to Bay St. Louis, Mississippi to assist with Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts.
Reed was recognized for her years of military service, and for the tremendous amount of time she spends doing volunteer work. She was ranked as a Sergeant and worked as an administrative specialist in the United States Air Force from 1968 to 1972. In addition to volunteering at PCH, Reed volunteers with the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program. Over the years, she has also volunteered with the Agency on Aging, the National Ruritan, Claytor Lake State Park, Pulaski Health and Rehab, Amedisys Hospice and Washington House Retirement Home.
“I am very proud to present these awards,” said Sandy Emeott, CNO, Pulaski Community Hospital, at the ceremony. “Jay Clark and Charlotte Reed are an inspiration to all our employees and volunteers. Their generosity and dedication serve as a living example of HCA’s commitment to the care and improvement of human life.”
Other employees recognized at the awards ceremony include: Diana Atkins, Jerry Ayotte, Ronda Chrisley, Darleen Damron, Jane Farmer, Shane Hart, Rebecca Kirby, Etthan Miller, Rita Mullins, Rebecca Phillips, Christy Rodgers, Cheryl Sayers, Kathy Scott, Jerry Shepherd, Stephanie Spangler, Mary Stowers, & Judy Turner. Volunteers that were recognized include: David Brunson, Fannie Collins, Peggy Holden, Louise Massie, Pat Matzie, H. A. Turner, & Ron Underwood.

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PCH honors outstanding employees

PULASKI – Several employees at Pulaski Community Hospital were recently recognized at an awards ceremony in their honor. Jay Clark, LPTA, was presented with the 2008 Frist Humanitarian Employee Award and Charlotte Reed was awarded the 2008 Frist Humanitarian Volunteer Award.
“We are committed to delivering quality patient care and are extremely proud to recognize Jay and Charlotte in their efforts on behalf of our patients and our community,” said Tom Lawhorne, Interim CEO, Pulaski Community Hospital. “Their exemplary work and compassion sets a high standard for healthcare professionals and we are proud to have them as part of our employee and volunteer family. Our patients benefit from the kind of commitment to humanitarian concerns that they demonstrate each day.”
The Frist Humanitarian Awards were created to recognize one employee and one volunteer at each HCA-affiliated facility who demonstrate extraordinary concern for the welfare and happiness of patients and their community. The Frist Humanitarian Awards are given annually in recognition of the humanitarian spirit and philanthropic work of the late Dr. Thomas F. Frist, Sr., a founder of HCA. The two honors bestowed upon Clark and Reed place them in nomination for the nationwide 2008 Frist Humanitarian Awards, the highest honors an employee and a volunteer can receive within HCA, the parent company of Pulaski Community Hospital.
At an awards ceremony held at the hospital to honor the winners and nominees, Clark was recognized for providing quality patient care and for always showing kindness and concern for the well-being of others. Not only does he serve Pulaski Community Hospital and the local community, but he has also reached out to others by leading his church youth group on several mission trips. Clark has traveled several times to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota to help renovate housing and the local church for the Lakota Sioux tribe. He also traveled to Bay St. Louis, Mississippi to assist with Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts.
Reed was recognized for her years of military service, and for the tremendous amount of time she spends doing volunteer work. She was ranked as a Sergeant and worked as an administrative specialist in the United States Air Force from 1968 to 1972. In addition to volunteering at PCH, Reed volunteers with the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program. Over the years, she has also volunteered with the Agency on Aging, the National Ruritan, Claytor Lake State Park, Pulaski Health and Rehab, Amedisys Hospice and Washington House Retirement Home.
“I am very proud to present these awards,” said Sandy Emeott, CNO, Pulaski Community Hospital, at the ceremony. “Jay Clark and Charlotte Reed are an inspiration to all our employees and volunteers. Their generosity and dedication serve as a living example of HCA’s commitment to the care and improvement of human life.”
Other employees recognized at the awards ceremony include: Diana Atkins, Jerry Ayotte, Ronda Chrisley, Darleen Damron, Jane Farmer, Shane Hart, Rebecca Kirby, Etthan Miller, Rita Mullins, Rebecca Phillips, Christy Rodgers, Cheryl Sayers, Kathy Scott, Jerry Shepherd, Stephanie Spangler, Mary Stowers, & Judy Turner. Volunteers that were recognized include: David Brunson, Fannie Collins, Peggy Holden, Louise Massie, Pat Matzie, H. A. Turner, & Ron Underwood.

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