Scott Hughes, Training Specialist, Organizational Development & Learning at EDH
Scott Hughes is an emerging leader that lives the EHC core values. He cares about the team, organization, and customers. He assists whenever and wherever he can throughout the system. Scott has integrity and has been the orientation facilitator over the past year. He has created an inspiring work environment for individuals and teams.
Scott even used his talent to make wooden clocks for our volunteers. He was even able to personalize the clocks with their favorite color and the shape of their favorite flower. He takes a personal interest in others and seeks to understand different perspectives and thoughts of others.
Whenever volunteer opportunities arise he participates. In the community he buys milk for the elderly and helps his wife with some responsibilities at a woman’s shelter and has shown several acts of kindness to staff in this organization. Recently, Scott has been accepted to the Emerging Leader Program, but he is already a leader.
Judy Headspeth, Technician, Emergency Department at EHH
Judy demonstrates high quality work at all times. Judy anticipates the needs of the patient and the nurses. She continuously performs over and above the call of duty focusing on providing excellent care to patients. For example, she eagerly watches the board to determine patient’s needs.
Judy listens to her patients, and she eagerly informs her team members of patients concerns and needs. She never complains. She gets the job done!!!
Judy demonstrates respect and compassion for patients, families, staff and providers. She remains calm during stressful situations focusing on patient needs. She continuously provides support to the patients and her team members. If a patient or a team member needs assistance, Judy immediately jumps in to assist the patient and or team member.
Wanda Wright, Supervisor, EVS at ELTAC
Wanda is the supervisor for the EVS team at ELTAC. Wanda exemplifies outstanding leadership qualities by setting the example for her team. She attends morning huddles and coordinates with her staff for new patient admissions.
When patients need to be moved around to accommodate new admissions, she assists her team by getting the rooms cleaned and ready (sometimes with very short notice) for the next admission.
Wanda is also proactive during inclement weather periods (windows leak when raining). She makes sure everyone has extra towels on windowsills to keep wet areas under control from saturating the floors. There are numerous issues with the infrastructure of the building and Wanda continues to set a positive example of how we should all work together as a team to get the job done. She is an “All hands on deck” type of leader!
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If you know a staff member who is outstanding and deserves recognition, all leaders and employees are encouraged to nominate employees for Employee of the Month. (Leaders are not eligible).
Nominations may be entered directly in EHCrecognize.