Meet our PSEA winner of the year.
The PSEA (President’s Service Excellence Award) program was design to recognized employees who not only perform exemplary in their work areas but also extend outstanding customer service to patients, co-workers and visitors. To qualify as PSEA winner of the year, the honoree must have been chosen as PSEA of the Quarter. Then from the four quarterly winners, in February one is announced as PSEA of the Year. In 2010, the four quarterly finalists were: Delores Cotton, Debra Buck, Jo Ann Grubbs, and Rhonda Taylor. Taylor was selected as PSEA for 2010. As President’s Service Excellence Award winner of the year, she is entitled to a free vacation anywhere in the United States.
Rhonda Taylor started as pediatric nurse on March 28, 1981 and progressed to several roles, including interim nurse manager for PCU and subsequently to administrative supervisor before accepting the position as case manager. Rhonda is a very dedicated and professional case manager and nurse and worthy of the honor of President’s Service Excellence! She is a can-do team player, meeting the needs of a diverse population on the Progressive Care Unit (PCU) as well as other areas, if needed. She works daily to provide efficient and effective outcomes for discharge planning and case management responsibilities. She is very detailed and precise in her clinical documentation to ensure that every fact is written. For her awesome documentation techniques, she is the designee for the departmental minutes and staff education sessions. She is knowledgeable in all aspects of Resource Management and collaborates well with physicians and other healthcare members to ensure her patients are receiving optimal community services.
Rhonda is described by nursing staff as: Friendly, courteous, dedicated, a partner in care, a strong organizational leader and problem solver, and able to communicate professionally, concisely, and effectively with internal and external customers to solve patient outcome care needs. She willingly shares her knowledge with those around her. She utilizes all known sources for patient outcomes and utilization of available community services. Her advocacy for patient rights shows that she cares for each and every patient that is assigned to her and ensures that everyone in their family are aware of patient strengths and support available. This is remarkable, but not unusual for Rhonda. In her service at Lenoir Memorial, Rhonda is always a nurse. In addition, she has served on the Documentation Committee, a vital member of the Emergency Preparedness and is a member of N.C. Nurses Association.
Rhonda and Dennis have four children, Josh, Matt, Laney and Megan. She dearly loves her grandbabies, Olivia, Logan and Kale. They also have a dog named Chloe. Rhonda enjoys scrapbooking, reading, and gardening. She is a member of Rivermont Baptist Church where she teaches the adult Sunday School women’s class. She is also active with the Girl Scouts.
Dr. Charles Moore joins staff
The Lenoir Memorial medical community would like to welcome Dr. Charles Moore to the medical staff. Dr. Moore recently completed a fellowship in minimally invasive/ bariatric surgery at the ECU Brody School of Medicine. Prior to his move to Greenville he was an attending surgeon, trauma, critical care, and general surgeon at the Aria Health System in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Moore is married to Lisa a professor at the Brody School of Medicine. They have two children. Dr. Moore may be reached at Lenoir Surgical 252-775-5999.LEARN MORE
HealthLink - Fall 2014
Check out the latest edition of Lenoir HealthLink! Download the pdf.LEARN MORE
Health Needs Assessment
Lenoir County Health Department and Lenoir Memorial Hospital are conducting a county-wide health assessment. Your opinions about our community are important to us. Please complete the 2014 Community Health Assessment survey located at this link https;//docs.google.com/forms/d/1aAOrM2yYy9LUs7uhbpQY8H3Ckxdizx6xL7dG02zRjw0/viewform?usp=send_form
Farmers Market pre-ordered deliveries at LMH
Join Chelsea Sutton from Natures Touch Farm in LaGrange as she explains the pre-order process and describes products available from local farmers that will make access to fresh, local, and organic options easy for pick up at LMH. Pre-order online every other week for pick up on alternate Tuesdays outside the Minges Wellness Center. Pre-ordering online opens July 14. Information session are on July7 and July 10 at 1 p.m. at the Minges Wellness Center in studio A.LEARN MORE
T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)
Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) is an effective way to manage weight control. There is a nominal fee to join TOPS. Patricia Wyrick is the facilitator for Wednesday mornings and may be reached at 252-523-5391. These meetings are held from 9 am - 10:30 am in the Neuse Room at Lenoir Memorial (enter through the Minges Wellness Center entrance). Wayne Seymour is the facilitator for Monday nights and may be reached at 252-569-1681. These meetings are held from 7 pm - 8 pm in the Lenoir Memorial auditorium which is located on the lower level.LEARN MORE
The Pink Heals Movement drives pink fire trucks and pink police cars across America bringing the "Cares Enough to Wear Pink" and Pink Heals Movement to cities throughout the country. They provide a program for community leaders to adopt and help with fund raising to raise money. There's is a labor of love for the women of this country and they wage war on anything that may harm women or their families. They will also have a presence at the Minges Wellness Cneter at 12 noon on October 2.LEARN MORE
Join Sandra Midyette, RN, CDE, as she discusses the importance of blood sugar control to prevent both short and long-term diabetes complications. The many complications of diabetes can be prevented and delayed. Join us for an informative session that might be able to help you or someone you love!LEARN MORE
Halloween Candy Calorie Crushers: Exercise equivalents of Halloween Candy
Do you know how much gym time you'll need to burn off your favorite Halloween treats? Exercise Specialist Brittney Bradshaw will help you navigate the dangers of Halloween candy and tell you how to little treat can be a trick to get rid of on the exercise floor! Free to the public!LEARN MORE
Walking for health: Put on those walking shoes!
Do you know how many steps you walk per day? Do you know how many steps you are supposed to walk per day? Aiming for 10,000 steps everyday has many beneficial impacts on overall health, ranging from weight loss, to cardiovascular risk reduction, to strengthening your muscles and bones! Come join Graham as he discusses why 10,000 is more than just a number when it comes to walking for your health! Attendees will receive a Minges Wellness Center pedometer to help track their steps!LEARN MORE
Join Dr. Geeta Katwa, Carolina Regional Arthritis and Rheumatology, PA for a community education presentation on Gout. If you have Gout, then you know that Gout presents with sudden, severe attacks of pain, redness and tenderness in joints, most often the joint at the base of the big toe. Dr. Katwa will field questions and help you understand the complex arthritis that is Gout.LEARN MORE