Health Network Staff Presented with EPIC Awards

02 Feb 2015 1:13 PM | Deleted user


Health Network Staff Presented with EPIC Awards

Four recipients announced



January’s recipients of the EPIC awards established by the Franklin Community Health Network (FCHN) Spirit Committee and announced quarterly include: Dr. Gerald Tinguely, Wound Clinic; Stephanie Robinson, Med/Surg Unit; Faye Boyce, Martha B. Webber Breast Center; and Mary Libby, Outpatient Cardiology Clinic.


Joseph Bujold, board chair, and Joline Hart, vice president human resources, presented each recipient with a trophy and monetary gift at the Jan. 30 FCHN board retreat. Each also has a designated parking spot of his choice for the next three months. According to Hart, the EPIC awards were developed as a way to recognize employees who demonstrate on a daily basis their commitment to FCHN’s values of Excellence, Pride, Innovation and Caring.


Dr. Tinguely’s nomination from the entire wound clinic staff cited him as displaying kindness, compassion, and caring by always attending to the needs of others. “Tirelessly, Dr. Tinguely works into late evenings and comes into the clinic on weekends to see patients and ensure their needs are met. His care for patients is superior as he truly cares about his patients’ outcomes.”


Stephanie Robinson’s nomination from Valerie Farrington said, “Stephanie was floated into a very busy ICU one day to help out. When I had a patient in crisis, she not only helped with that critical patient, but assumed the care of the two other patients in the unit. Stephanie is positive, upbeat, and a true team player.”


Faye Boyce’s nomination from nine breast center staff members described an unsung hero who is the gatekeeper that allows the team to operate at the highest level of efficiency and care. “She advocates for both patients and providers, ensuring that needs are correctly fast tracked into the appropriate order of testing. She recognizes when patients need some extra attention and makes sure we know about it. She consistently indentifies those special circumstances to make us all shine as a team.”


Mary Libby’s nomination from Heidi Hilton said, “Mary deserves to be recognized for her extra effort, her professionalism, and wicked good attitude. She cares about her patients each day and every day and uses creative means to achieve her goals.” Specifically Libby was mentioned for spending two hours on the telephone with an insurance company to get the preauthorization needed for a diagnostic procedure that a patient needed.


Additional nominations were received for: Julie Parker, Women’s Care; Hannah Abbott, Med/Surg Unit; and Greg Thompson, Surgery and Dermatology.


All nominees received a certificate, pin, and a copy of their nomination form.


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