In Recognition of National Healthcare Environmental Services Week

September 13 - 19 is National Healthcare Environmental Services Week.

Please take a moment to thank all of your colleagues who work so hard to keep our hospital clean and safe. Their efforts create the first impression for patients, families and any other visitors. We salute our teammates' dedication and hard work. THANK YOU!

Do you know of a team or individual who demonstrates outstanding service? Share your kudos and thanks here!


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Chanai Williams September 16, 2015 at 8:22 pm

I would like to thank Sierra Brewster for her hard and dedicated work when working on Marburg 3. She picks up alot of slack from her team members who choose not to be good team players. Sierra goes far beyond her job description such as giving patients water, changing inpatient beds or stocking the rooms with supplies when there's no UA available at the time. She not only clean patient rooms she makes sure that she interact with each patient so they can feel comfortable with her as she cleans their room. She is an excellent team player. Thanks Sierra


Jodi B. September 15, 2015 at 7:22 am

I would like to send a huge shout out to our staff who worked on Sunday night to help get our new ED opened and on time. We had a seamless transition to our day, evening, & night shift to make sure the patients had clean and sanitized rooms to come into. Thank you so much for all you do each and every day.


Neysa Ernst September 14, 2015 at 1:46 pm

Jocelyn and Danita do a great job of keeping Halsted 4 looking good! We appreciate their teamwork; especially when we get lost of discharges after 3 pm.

Thank you both!


Gloria Reed September 14, 2015 at 3:39 am

Kudos to Vanessa Goode. She always works quietly and efficiently and is willing to help out no matter how busy she is. Thanks Vanessa for keeping us looking so good.
The Nelson 4 night staff.


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