Cabell Huntington's Chamberlin named top hospital marketer
HUNTINGTON -- Lisa Chamberlin, vice president of strategic marketing, planning and business development for Cabell Huntington Hospital, has been selected as 2014 Top Marketer of the Year.
She was selected by industry insiders and marketing executives, and will be honored at a Hospital Marketing National Conference June 12 in Baltimore.
Chamberlin has more than 20 years of health care marketing experience. The Salem, Ohio, native earned her master of science in health care administration and business administration from the University of West Florida. She is a member of multiple health care organizations, as well as the Huntington Symphony Orchestra Board.
Moses names Miller salesperson of the month
HUNTINGTON -- Moses Automall of Huntington recognized Katrina Miller as February and April 2014 Salesperson of the Month.
Miller resides in Barboursville and has been with Moses since August 2004.
Brown receives the OLBH DAISY Award
RUSSELL, Ky. -- Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital has awarded Gary Brown with the DAISY Award.
The international program rewards extraordinary clinic skill and compassionate care given by nurses. OLBH recognizes one of its nurses with this award every other month.
Brown, an emergency room nurse, has been with OLBH for 24 years. He received his associate's degree in nursing from Ashland Community and Technical College. He resides in Ashland.
Those seeking more information on The DAISY Foundation can visit www.daisyfoundation.org. For more information about OLBH, call 606-833-2273.
KDMC recognizes team members for years of service
ASHLAND -- King's Daughters Medical Center recently presented its 2014 Service Recognition Awards to team members who have served the center and community for more than 20 years.
Nearly 100 KDMC personnel received awards for reaching service milestones:
45+ years: Cheryl Porter.
40 years: Judy Clevenger, Carolyn Crank, Ardena Doolin, Rose Thomas and Judy Thompson.
35 years: Cheryl Bennett, Mike Brown, Katy Ford, Teresa Griffith, Kathy Hicks, Retha Howard, Teresa Kirkpatrick, Mary Kiser, Joyce Leslie, Carlene Pennington, Carole Plybon, Jane Smith, Sandy Smith and Herman Woods.
30 years: Joi Banks, Teresa Brumfield, John Crance, Tim Grimes, Martha Jordan, Missy Jordan, Janice Martin, Lee Nance, Kathy Pack, Loretta Runyon, Linda Royal, Darlene Shaffer and Sandy Webb.
25 years: Rex Adams, Lynn Ann Burnette, Brian Carpenter, Crystal Daniels, Garnet Davania, Bob Fritz, Connie Gill, Diana Hay, Maggie Hylton, Tim Johnson, Brenda Mays, Susie McNabb, Jane Moore, Teresa Salyers, Robin Senters, Mike Thompson and Beverly Workman.
20 years: Donna Ackison, Sabra Back, Amy Boggs, Angie Boggs, Michelle Boggs, Shawn Boggs, April Burcham, Jeff Carr, Amy Casey, Jena Clark, Deborah Clarke, John Clay, Sandy Cline, Jenny Conley, Tammy Conley, Marilee Cooper, Rachel Cooper, Tammy Delawder, Cherri Dillon, Lisa Felty, Pete Flocker, Jeff Fraley, Nina Franz, Cristy Fuller, Mike Garland, Tina Gillum, Misty Hagan, Kim Harris, Suzi Harris, Evie Hill, Scott Hill, Tammy Jordan, Eva Joseph, Jody Leeper, Helen Lewis, Stephanie Meade, Regina Meadows-Holtzman, John Miller, Kristen Mootz, Craig Mulkey, Melissa Pierce, Ed Ritchie, Tammy Spears, Angie Speta, Natalie Stinnett, Lorie Stevens, Ed Waggoner, Jenny Walters and Leslie Wright.
Those seeking additional information on KDMC can visit www.kdmc.com or call 1-888-377-5362.
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