MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – WVU Medicine University Healthcare recently recognized 172 employees for their years of service to Berkeley Medical Center or Jefferson Medical Center at a celebration dinner at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg.
President and CEO Anthony P. Zelenka thanked the employees for their dedication and service to both hospitals over the years. Years of service ranged from five years to 40 years. He acknowledged that the employee honorees represented 2,395 total years of service to University Healthcare.
As part of the evening’s program, the 2015 Quality Service Award winners were also announced. Connie Hicks, ECHO, was selected out of the monthly QSA honorees at Berkeley Medical Center. Michael Godwin, security, and Teresa Taylor, patient access, were named co-winners out of the quarterly QSA honorees at Jefferson Medical Center.
Top photo caption: WVU Medicine University Healthcare employees pictured attended a recent dinner, during which they were recognized for 35 and 40 years of service. Pictured from left to right: Susan Zittle (35 years), Linda Steg (35 years), Linda Anaya (35 years), Shelton Davis (35 years), Debbie Minghini (40 years), Pam Gesford (35 years), and Lisa Loudan (35 years).
Middle photo caption: WVU Medicine Berkeley Medical Center’s 2015 Quality Service Award Winner Connie Hicks (right) is pictured receiving her award at the employee recognition banquet from University Healthcare President and CEO Anthony P. Zelenka (left).
Bottom photo caption: WVU Medicine Jefferson Medical Center’s 2015 Quality Service Award Co-Winner Michael Godwin (right) is pictured receiving his award at the employee recognition banquet from University Healthcare VP of Operations Neil McLaughlin (left). Co-Winner Teresa Taylor was not available for the photo.