Forrest General Hospital in Hattiesburg presented annual awards for top employees, leadership and physicians.
Employee of the Year: Shirley Carter, Family Medicine Residency Clinic/Employee Health Services.
We C.A.R.E. Awards: Tina Bolton, dietetic aide, Food and Nutrition; Samantha Clark, PharmD, Pharmacy; Patricia Clinton, RN, ESN, CMSRN, Wound Care; Teresa Dueitt, ACNP, Palliative and Supportive Care.
We C.A.R.E. Physician Award: Andrew Queler, MD, hospitalist
We C.A.R.E. Leadership Award: Shane Brooks, RTR, cardiovascular clinical analyst, Cardiac Catheterization Lab.
Philip Rogers Award Winners: Leadership: Michael Stonnington, MD, The Orthopedic Institute; Innovator; Steven Stogner, MD, Forrest General Hospital; Mentor: Pauline McGee, RN, BSN, patient care manager, Forrest General Hospital.
Service Awards (30 Years): Kim Breakfield, RN, NICU; April Brewer, Food Services Café Supervisor, FGH Food and Nutrition Services; Eddie Burton, Patient Care Coordinator, 8T Hospice Care Services; Jacqueline Clanton, Certified Nursing Assistant, Home Health; Russell Dykes, Administrative Secretary, Administration; Marlene Harris, Office Manager, Marketing and Communications; Jimmy James, RN, Cath Lab; Rachel Jones, RN, 2T – Telemetry; Pamela Knight- Certified Nursing Assistant, Hospice- Home Health; Rebecca Payne, RN Coder, Health Information Management; Tammy Sellers, EPIC Analyst, EPIC; Felicia Smith, Decision Support Analyst, Administration; Jerry Styron, Respiratory Therapist RRT NPS, Respiratory Therapy; Eula Wilson, Senior OR Tech, Surgical Services; Charon Windham, Specialty Coordinator, Surgical Services
Service Awards (35 Years): Vance Green, Vice President, Operations Support; Cassandra Stribling, RN Coder, Health Information Management; Elizabeth Yates, Senior OR Tech, Surgical Services
Service Awards (40 Years): Bonnie Crosby, Unit Secretary, 8T-Hospice Care Services; Sonia McCardle, EPIC Manager, EPIC; Pauline McGee, Patient Care Manager, 8T – Hospice Care Services; Ora McLemore, Clinical Assistant, Admissions Office
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