Erlanger Recognizes July 2021 “Spotlight Award” Recipients

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Erlanger recognizes 20 associates in the monthly “Spotlight Award” program.

The Erlanger Employee Spotlight Award is an opportunity to identify, recognize and award employees who demonstrate exceptional performance and who offer unique contributions toward Erlanger’s mission of “compassionately caring for people.”

Each month, Erlanger employees nominate their peers who go above and beyond and deserve a “spotlight” for the work they do. Over 65 nominations were submitted for this month’s awards. 

July 2021 Erlanger Employee Spotlight Award recipients:
Ashley Bicknell – Certified Medical Assistant, Erlanger Primary Care - Andrews
Wilder Blandon – Clinical Interpreter, Erlanger Baroness Hospital
Tim Buffington – Physical Therapist, Erlanger Baroness Hospital
Kelley DiPaolo – Certified Case Manager RN, Erlanger North Hospital
Varina Dodson – Medical Technologist, Erlanger Bledsoe Hospital
Beverly Gil – Practice Manager, Erlanger Primary Care - Signal Mountain, NorthShore, and Soddy-Daisy
Jacob Hardin – Patient Care Tech, Erlanger East Hospital
Linda Hill – Registered Respiratory Care Tech, Children’s Hospital at Erlanger
Dr Paul Hoffman – Physical Medicine and Rehab Physician, Erlanger Neurosurgery and Spine
Lindsay Lamb – Clinical Lab Coordinator, Erlanger Western Carolina Hospital
Adrian Lolchoki – RN, Clinical Staff Leader, Erlanger Baroness Hospital
Donna Miles – RN, Clinical Staff Leader, Children’s Hospital at Erlanger
Tina O’Quinn – RN, Clinical Staff Leader, Cardiac Step Down Unit, Erlanger Baroness Hospital
Lauren Penner – RN, Mother Baby, Erlanger East Hospital
Maria Pilar Bravo – Patient Services Representative, Erlanger Cardiology
Tonjya Pray – Teacher, eKids Learning Center
Mackenzie Smith – Radiologic Technologist, Erlanger Baroness Hospital
Taylor Treloar – RN, Labor and Delivery, Erlanger East Hospital
Kerri Wilson – RN, NNICU, Erlanger Baroness Hospital
Michelle Wood – Patient Services Representative, Erlanger Primary Care - Soddy-Daisy

To learn more about careers at Erlanger and to view available positions, please visit erlangercareers.org.


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