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Pulaski Hospital honors employees

Pulaski Community Hospital recently honored 67 of its staff members at an awards ceremony to recognize their dedication and years of service.
Recipients of the 2009 Employee Service Awards represent almost all of the hospital’s departments and services, and combined, equal an astounding 830 years.
“We recognize the value of your service to this hospital,” said James W. Thweatt, Jr., Interim CEO, Pulaski Community Hospital, in his ceremony remarks.
“The family atmosphere that you have helped to create makes this a very special place to work. That is proven by the dedicated service that you have all given to this place, year after year.”
Special recognition was given to Joyce Ayers, LPN, and Bessie Tickle, Coding Compliance Manager, for each having given 45 years of service to the hospital. Sandra Emeott, RN, BSN, Chief Nursing Officer, recognized Mrs. Ayers, an LPN on the medical/surgical floor, for being an excellent and superior nurse with endless compassion for her patients and co-workers.
Tom Lawhorne, Chief Financial Officer, said of Mrs. Tickle – who served for many years as the Director of Health Information Management, “She is as determined and diligent as they come. Everyone knows that when we need something that seems nearly impossible done, she can make it happen.”
Other honorees included:
40 years – Sharon Wilson
35 years – Teresa Bouldin and Darlene Damron
30 years – Ansie Burnette and Betty Stoots
25 years – Norma Anderson, Sandy Countiss, and Ramoka Hull
20 years – Diana Atkins, Sally Farley, Jeannie Hopkins, Rena McPeak, and Michael Weddle
15 years – Phyllis Cox, Judy Dalton, Rebecca King, Wanda Reed, and Chanda Tracy
10 years – Shawn Ayotte, Lori Caudill, Loretta Covey, Sabrina Edwards, Crystal Cox, Cheryl Farris, Freda Hoback, Amanda Hudgins, Maria Lawson, Chasity Miller, Michelle Quesenberry, Sonya Shelton, Melinda Stuart, Linda Tabor, Sarah Tuggle, Peyton Wheatley, and Karen Wilson
5 years – Deborah Allison, Karen Angle, Teresa Arnold, Diane Blankenship, Katherine Byrd, Veronica Clyburn, Stephanie Cressell, Charles Dalton, Sandra Duty, Artie Farmer, Jessica Felts, Matthew Fields, Alana Garwood, Shane Hart, Michelle Keefer, Cambri Lane, Jennifer Lawson, Michael Lephew, Amanda Mitchell, Amy Newberry, Emma Porter, Kristi Posillico, Candice Richardson, Lisa Rhyne, Andrea Schrader, Cynthia Sparks, Carrie Stone, Shana Swecker, Doug Swing, and Brenda Woodyard
Pulaski Community Hospital, is a 147-bed hospital located in Pulaski and is part of the HCA Virginia network of locally managed hospitals, surgery centers, outpatient diagnostic and treatment facilities, and physician practices in Central, Southwestern, and Northern Virginia.
HCA Virginia has 10,000 full-time employees statewide.
Each year it provides approximately $100 million in free care to the uninsured, pays $100 million in taxes and donate monies to dozens of non-profit organizations and causes.
In Southwest Virginia, HCA Virginia includes Lewis-Gale Medical Center, Alleghany Regional Hospital, Montgomery Regional Hospital, Pulaski Community Hospital, several outpatient centers and hundreds of partnering physicians.
All four hospitals consistently rank in the top 10 percent of all U.S. hospitals and in the top 10 in the state for quality care, including health outcomes, patient safety and patient satisfaction.
For more information see www.HCAVirginia.com.

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Pulaski Hospital honors employees

Pulaski Community Hospital recently honored 67 of its staff members at an awards ceremony to recognize their dedication and years of service.
Recipients of the 2009 Employee Service Awards represent almost all of the hospital’s departments and services, and combined, equal an astounding 830 years.
“We recognize the value of your service to this hospital,” said James W. Thweatt, Jr., Interim CEO, Pulaski Community Hospital, in his ceremony remarks.
“The family atmosphere that you have helped to create makes this a very special place to work. That is proven by the dedicated service that you have all given to this place, year after year.”
Special recognition was given to Joyce Ayers, LPN, and Bessie Tickle, Coding Compliance Manager, for each having given 45 years of service to the hospital. Sandra Emeott, RN, BSN, Chief Nursing Officer, recognized Mrs. Ayers, an LPN on the medical/surgical floor, for being an excellent and superior nurse with endless compassion for her patients and co-workers.
Tom Lawhorne, Chief Financial Officer, said of Mrs. Tickle – who served for many years as the Director of Health Information Management, “She is as determined and diligent as they come. Everyone knows that when we need something that seems nearly impossible done, she can make it happen.”
Other honorees included:
40 years – Sharon Wilson
35 years – Teresa Bouldin and Darlene Damron
30 years – Ansie Burnette and Betty Stoots
25 years – Norma Anderson, Sandy Countiss, and Ramoka Hull
20 years – Diana Atkins, Sally Farley, Jeannie Hopkins, Rena McPeak, and Michael Weddle
15 years – Phyllis Cox, Judy Dalton, Rebecca King, Wanda Reed, and Chanda Tracy
10 years – Shawn Ayotte, Lori Caudill, Loretta Covey, Sabrina Edwards, Crystal Cox, Cheryl Farris, Freda Hoback, Amanda Hudgins, Maria Lawson, Chasity Miller, Michelle Quesenberry, Sonya Shelton, Melinda Stuart, Linda Tabor, Sarah Tuggle, Peyton Wheatley, and Karen Wilson
5 years – Deborah Allison, Karen Angle, Teresa Arnold, Diane Blankenship, Katherine Byrd, Veronica Clyburn, Stephanie Cressell, Charles Dalton, Sandra Duty, Artie Farmer, Jessica Felts, Matthew Fields, Alana Garwood, Shane Hart, Michelle Keefer, Cambri Lane, Jennifer Lawson, Michael Lephew, Amanda Mitchell, Amy Newberry, Emma Porter, Kristi Posillico, Candice Richardson, Lisa Rhyne, Andrea Schrader, Cynthia Sparks, Carrie Stone, Shana Swecker, Doug Swing, and Brenda Woodyard
Pulaski Community Hospital, is a 147-bed hospital located in Pulaski and is part of the HCA Virginia network of locally managed hospitals, surgery centers, outpatient diagnostic and treatment facilities, and physician practices in Central, Southwestern, and Northern Virginia.
HCA Virginia has 10,000 full-time employees statewide.
Each year it provides approximately $100 million in free care to the uninsured, pays $100 million in taxes and donate monies to dozens of non-profit organizations and causes.
In Southwest Virginia, HCA Virginia includes Lewis-Gale Medical Center, Alleghany Regional Hospital, Montgomery Regional Hospital, Pulaski Community Hospital, several outpatient centers and hundreds of partnering physicians.
All four hospitals consistently rank in the top 10 percent of all U.S. hospitals and in the top 10 in the state for quality care, including health outcomes, patient safety and patient satisfaction.
For more information see www.HCAVirginia.com.

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