Crozer-Keystone Recognizes Nine Employees of the Quarter
Crozer-Keystone Health System recently acknowledged nine employees with Employee of the Quarter awards for the 1st Quarter of 2018. Recipients received a framed certificate and a check for $100.
Non-management Crozer-Keystone employees from all hospital sites, outpatient services sites, and Crozer-Keystone Health Network Offices are eligible for the Employee of the Quarter Award.
The award recognizes those employees who day in and day out serve as a wonderful example for their co-workers in one or more of the following ways:
- Providing High-Quality Patient Care
- Consistently Delivering Outstanding Performance
- Attaining Outstanding Achievement
- Exemplifying the Standards of Performance
- Being a Loyal Employee
Here are the Employees of the Quarter for the first quarter of 2018:
Michael Wiegand, of Glenolden, Pa., is an occupational therapist for the physical medicine and rehabilitation unit at Delaware County Memorial Hospital in Drexel Hill, Pa.
“Mike has consistently provided quality care to patients for over 10 years at DCMH," says a colleague. "He is a role model to all therapists in our department and has been a great mentor to new employees and students. Mike is deeply invested in the well-being of his patients and creates a fun, collaborative environment for our therapy team to work in."
Tanisha Reason, of Philadelphia, Pa., is a technician in the emergency department and intensive care unit at Taylor Hospital in Ridley Park, Pa.
“Tanisha is a strong team player; she jumps from PCS to PCT without hesitating. Tanisha is always pleasant and doesn't complain, even when she might be having a bad day," says a co-worker. "She is a strong asset to both the emergency department and intensive care unit. Tanisha works hard and is great with patient interaction and care.”
Sheila Savage, of Chadds Ford, Pa, is a registered nurse in the step downunit at Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Upland.
“Sheila consistently goes above and beyond for her patients. She never hesitates to question a doctor about concerning orders and advocating for her patients is always Sheila’s top priority," says a colleague. "Sheila leaves every shift knowing that she did everything in her power to keep her patients safe.”
Stephanie Witsch, of Norwood, Pa. is a case manager at Community Hospital in Chester,Pa.
“Stephanie is a phenomenal co-worker," reports a colleague. "She has a huge responsibility with our clients. She completes the assessment and evaluation packets to help clients get in to treatment. Stephanie is compassionate, hardworking and will go above and beyond for her clients and co-workers.”
Marie Collevechio of Secane, Pa., is a medical secretary for Crozer-Keystone Health Network in the Sleep Center at Taylor Hospital in Ridley Park.
“Marie has been a loyal Crozer-Keystone employee for 15+ years," says a co-worker. "She recognizes routine, immediate, ongoing concerns and handles them for each patient in a compassionate and efficient manner. Marie seamlessly performs functions of other co-workers; training without being asked and ensuring quality care and support to providers.”
Rashida Watson, of Springfield, Pa., is a nutrition services employee at Springfield Hospital in Springfield, Pa.
“Rashida has been cooking for us for about a year and a half now. Prior to joining the team at Springfield Hospital, Rashida worked as a medical assistant at Taylor Hospital. Rashida is by far one of the best cooks we’ve ever had in this department, "Says a supervisor. "She is one of the kindest employees in the department. I could not think of an employee more deserving of this award.”
Dawn Jackson, of Bear, Del., is a registered nurse for Crozer-Keystone Health Network in the Endocrinology Practice at Brinton Lake in Glenn Mills, Pa.
“Dawn is an exceptional nurse who goes above and beyond the call of duty. She is very attentive to her patients and very detail oriented," says a co-worker. "Not only is Dawn an excellent nurse and person, her endoscopy skills are unmatched. She is always willing to learn new things and step in toany role she’s asked to fill.”
Heather DiIorio, of Aston, Pa., is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technologist at Crozer-Keystone at Broomall.
“Heather is the most caring, empathetic, confident technologist I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with," says a colleague. "She will do anything to help her department and co-workers. Heather is the ultimate team player; always going above and beyond for every one of her patients.”
Branden Loomis, of Prospect Park, Pa., is an employee at Pioneer Urgent Care in West Chester, Pa.
“Branden steps in as a leader whenever a problem arises whether facility, computer or patient related," says a co-worker. "He is very knowledgeable, reliable, and helpful. Branden has been instrumental in the setup and training of Picis and other computer programs. Branden has been a team player since day one and is an asset to our team.”