Archbold Announces Employees of the Quarter
Thursday, February 6, 2014
Each quarter, Archbold employees who have gone above and beyond are nominated by their colleagues to become Employee of the Quarter. A committee composed of department managers reviews the nominations and selects one employee in four divisions—nursing, administrative support, clinical support and Archbold Health Services—who has demonstrated a dedication to excellence.
Archbold Memorial Hospital and Archbold Health Services are proud to announce the following employees as Employee of the Quarter for the second quarter.
Renee Dickerson, RN, is a nurse in the Cardio Pulmonary Unit and AMH Employee of the Quarter for the nursing department. Renee’s nominator described her as an employee who is loved and respected by her colleagues and patients for her kindness and compassion, and also as a team player with an extraordinary work ethic.
Administrative Support—Ruby Crenshaw
Ruby Crenshaw is a transport supervisor and AMH Employee of the Quarter for administrative support. Ruby’s nominator described her as a positive example for her staff and one of the nicest people you will meet. Ruby’s nominator also complemented Ruby on her dedication to making sure the department runs effectively and efficiently, while ensuring the patients come first.
Clinical Support—Abbey Smith
Abbey Smith is a pharmacist and AMH Employee of the Quarter for clinical support. Abby’s nominator described her as the epitome of a clinical pharmacist who has made a distinct impression on the nursing floors where she raises the bar for patient experience with her presence. Abbey’s nominator also said Abbey is a key leader and truly an asset to Archbold.
Archbold Home Health Services—Sharnta Atkins
Sharnta Atkins is a pharmacy technician in the high-tech phramcy and the Archbold Health Services’ Employee of the Quarter. Sharnta’s nominator described her as an employee who takes pride in her work and is always willing to take on extra duties while maintaing a “no-problem” attitude. Sharnta’s nominator also said Sharnta is an asset to the department and the organization.