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The Way to Go Recognition is a monthly, on-the-spot recognition of employees who perform an act that aligns directly with any of our five cornerstones:  People, Quality, Service, Growth and Finance. Way to Go winners are awarded a special Way To Go Lanyard and a $25 American Express gift card.

 

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Managers can be recognized for going above and beyond as well as fellow co-workers. A manager can be recognized by being given a “Way to Go” card. You can find Way to Go nomination forms online below or you can pick-up a form in the Human Resources Department at both hospitals

Way to Go Nomination Form

Way to Go Form

Way to go Winners

Debra Abele, Clinical Educator, Staff Development, Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford

A fellow employee wanted to thank Debra for her never ending support and for going above and beyond as an educator. This includes coming in at 12 a.m. to help the Medical Intensive Care Unit Staff Manager with a patient.

Suzanne Maloney, Pathloogy Technician, Lab, Melrose-Wakefield Hospital

Recently Suzanne was concerned about a maternity patient falling. She warned the patient that her shoes were untied and as they steppd off the elevator together they were laughing.

Carla Pasciuto, Physician Practice Manager, Hallmark Health Medical Associates, Malden & Stoneham

The entire team at Hallmark Health Medical Associates in Malden and Stoneham wanted to express how much Carla is appreciated and how they wouldn't be able to get through each day without her as their manager, going on to say that she is not just a manager to them, but a part of their family. She helps out on the floor with medical assistants and at the front desk. She guides the office in a positive direction. She listens to their input and takes their opinions and ideas into consideration. She steps in to help where ever she is needed including with phones and billing. She recently took on the added responsibility as the Office Manager in Stoneham with an open and postive mind. She makes everything that comes her way work. She even improved the atmosphere at the Stoneham office, making it more comfortable and welcoming to patients and staff members. Carla always represents Hallmark Health System with pride. Carla is a positive, strong, efficient manager and at the same time is a great friend, colleague, wife, mother and grandmother.

Lara Pitwood, Occupational Therapist, 101 Main Street, Medford

A patient wrote in to 'rave' about her rehab experience with Lara. Lara took the time to explain in detail exactly what the patient's conditions were and even went so far as to draw tendons on her own arm to help explain in detail how things work and what the conditions were. She really took it to a level that the patient could understand. The patient indicated that they gained so much knowledge from Lara and that she now has a better understanding of how her body works and what has caused stress to her body in these particular areas. The patient said that Lara was a pleasure to work with and a true asset to our organization.

Caroline Wilkes, Pharmacy Technician, Pharmacy, Melrose-Wakefield Hospital

Caroline unit dosed some needed medications that were unable to be prepared on earlier shifts due to the machine not working properly, she was able to get the machine to function to provide doses of medication to the patients in a timely manner.

 

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