Cheers to Dorothy Brillantes

When Dorothy Brillantes arrived at HCGH in 1993, the hospital had 1,230 employees. Upon her retirement today, April 9, the workforce has increased to more than 1,700 and the diversity of that workforce has almost doubled, with minorities representing more than 46 percent of the staff today.

During her 21 years, Brillantes has made many contributions to the hospital. According to Judy Brown, senior vice president of Outcomes Management, "Dorothy's establishment of an excellent working relationship with the union representatives and union leaders has been one of her most notable accomplishments. She ensured that HR was meeting its customer's expectations for service and she worked closely with departments to develop innovative recruitment programs."

 According to former president, Vic Broccolino, "Dorothy was a real advocate for the employees by insisting that we do things uniformly; therefore ensuring that every person is treated fairly."

At a reception on Monday, Apr. 7, employees from across the organization gathered to thank her for both the systematic improvements that marked her career, but also the numerous of acts of kindness that characterized her service to others throughout the organization.

 Best wishes to Dorothy for a long and fulfilling retirement. Thank you for all you have given to so many at Howard County General Hospital!

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Stephanie Price May 6, 2014 at 4:14 pm

Enjoy retirement, Dorothy!

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