2015 Class of Augusta Health Rock Stars

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On Thursday, January 14, Augusta Health honored its 2015 class of Augusta Health Rock Stars.  Augusta Health Rock Stars are valued employees who have a profound influence on the culture of Augusta Health through their demonstration of four key qualities—compassion, expertise, safety and efficiency.  The Rock Stars are pictured with Mary Mannix, CEO, and Dan O’Connor, Vice President of Human Resources.

Photo ID (L to R):  Jeff Long, Clinical Engineering; Dolly Fridley, Environmental Services; Erica Maddox, Cardiovascular Services; Bridget Bergey, Staff Education; Linda Shifflett, Finance; Mary Mannix and Dan O’Connor; Gena Johnson, Surgical-IP; Mitch Lawson, Plant Operations; Tammie Rinaldo, Crossroads; Doug Sheffer, Care Home Medical; Michele Davis, Cancer Center.  Not pictured:  Heather Ayers, Radiology; Susie Somers, Wound Healing Clinic; Joe Surratt, Gastroenterology.

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