Ketchikan Medical Center Honors Employees With Service Awards
December 22, 2011
Seven people have been at PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center at least thirty years. Pictured: Bev Crum, Emergency Department Manager, 35 years; Maria Carr, Manager of Fiscal Services, Finance and Admitting, 36 years; and, Bonnie Olson, Regional Analyst Community Health Record, 30 years. Not pictured: Rita Cruz, Environmental Services, 36 years, Carmelita Bueza, Environmental Services, 31 years, Mary Haught-Whealdon Director of Risk Management and Myrna Yorobe Central Supply both 30 years.
Twenty one years: Oscar Lorenzo, Environmental Services; Gwen Hubert, PHMG Orthopedics and Sports Medicine; Ken Tonjes, Chief Financial Officer; Angelina Seville, Home Health; Kelli Peura New Horizons Transitional Care Unit.
Twenty two years: Kathie Glover LPN, Administration and Anne Margaret Shuham, Ethicist.
Twenty three years: Donna Mathews-Holman RN, Surgical Services; Denise Cruse, Health Information Management (HIM); Jolene Westlund RN, Special Care Unit; and, Luis Manuel, Environmental Services.
Twenty four years: Tim Walker, Manager Healthcare Improvement Division and Judy Glasspool RN, Home Health. Twenty five years: Ann Fama RN, Medical/Surgical.
Twenty six years: Susan Walsh RN, New Beginnings OB.
Twenty seven years: Carla Houtary-Gilmartin, HIM.
Twenty eight years: Ingrid Jones RN, Operational Improvement Program and Jenny Johnson RN, Surgical Services.
Twenty nine years: Tessie Manabat, Manager Environmental Services.
Seven people have been at the Ketchikan Medical Center for at least thirty years.
Thirty years of service: Bonnie Olson, Community Health Record; Mary Haught-Whealdon RN, Director of Risk Management; and, Myrna Yorobe, Central Supply.
Thirty one years: Carmelita Bueza, Environmental Services.
Thirty five years: Bev Crum RN, Manager Emergency Department. Thirty six years: Rita Cruz, Environmental Services and Maria Carr, Manager Fiscal Services, Finance and Admitting.
Ketchikan General Hospital is part of PeaceHealth, a WA-based not-for-profit health care system serving communities in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. Sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace, PeaceHealth has provided medicine and compassionate care to Northwest communities for more than a century.
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