Aleigha Harrell receives CRMC’s BEE Award
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Aleigha Harrell, PCT, has received Coffee Regional Medical Center’s BEE Award for the 4th quarter of 2020. Aleigha is an outstanding Patient Care Technician in our Intensive Care Unit. She was nominated twice this quarter by two fellow employees who shared that Aleigha works extremely hard and always goes above and beyond caring for patients. They shared that she is a team player and brings joy to the unit. As a testament to her hard work, Aleigh's co-workers shared that she is always asking, "May I help you?" and "What can I do for you?” Caregivers like Aleigha truly make a difference when it comes to patient care.
The BEE Award recognizes the extraordinary work of non-nursing staff at CRMC. This award complements the DAISY Award, which recognizes outstanding service and care by our nursing staff.
This story is just one example of what it means to go above and beyond. All non-nurse members of the Coffee Regional Medical Center staff qualify for The BEE Award. Nominations are gathered each month and awarded every quarter after the BEE Award committee members choose the award recipient. Each honoree receives a certificate that reads: "This award is proudly presented in recognition of going BEE-yond in showing our patients and visitors an exceptional experience here at Coffee Regional Medical Center." Additionally, honorees receive a unique BEE Award pin for their badge, a $50 gift certificate, and a reception with their colleagues featuring freshly made "honey bee" buns as a sweet treat.
If you would like to nominate a Coffee Regional Medical Center non-nursing staff member for The Bee Award, visit us online at www.CoffeeRegional.org/Bee. If you would like to nominate a CRMC nurse for the Daisy Award, visit us online at www.CoffeeRegional.org/Daisy.
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