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PUBLISHED: 2:57 PM on Wednesday, December 26, 2007
SEARHC honors four employees in Juneau
The SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium recently honored four employees from its Juneau campus as Employee of the Month for the months September through December. The four employees were nominated by their co-workers, and the selections were made by the SEARHC VISION Team (the medical center's leadership team). Each employee was honored during a staff meeting on Dec. 12, receiving a certificate from clinic administrator Brenda Sturm, a fruit tray to take back to their departments and a gift certificate to a local store.


Photo courtesy of SEARHC
  SEARHC Juneau Employees of the Month honored in a ceremony on Dec. 12 are, from left, Karen Orazio, September 2007; Marcia Dunham, November 2007; Wilma "Willie" Tagaban, October 2007; and Rachael Thomas, December 2007.
The winners were:

• Karen Orazio, Certifed Nursing Assistant, September 2007 - Karen was nominated by several people who mentioned her smile, kindness and compassion, work ethic and her attitude toward patient care.

• Wilma "Willie" Tagaban, Licensed Practical Nurse, October 2007 - Willie was nominated for her team play, teaching, patience and years of experience, which makes her a great resource.

• Marcia Dunham, Pharmacist, November 2007 - Marcia was nominated for her being able to help hold things together during a pharmacy staff shortage, managing the Coumadin (blood thinner) clinic for patients, directing temporary pharmacists and her positive attitude.

• Rachael Thomas, Health Information Management Records Room and Transcription Supervisor, December 2007 - Recently promoted to supervisor, Rachael was nominated for high standards for the department, her ability to get down and dirty pulling charts when staffing is short and her positive attitude.


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