Associate Recognition

Associate of the Year:
Laura Nelson - Acute Care

Linda Freeman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Laura Nelson, an Acute Care Nurse at VCHS, received the Associate of the Year award from among three other qualified candidates who were also named Associate of the Quarter during the year. She will receive the Caring Kind Award in Lincoln in October. Each year, Valley County Health System nominates their Associate of the Year for this honor.

Pictured: Nelson with members of her family receives her Associate of the Year award from William T. Sugg, President & CEO of VCHS


Associate of the 1st Quarter:
Rhonda Bredthauer - Housekeeping

Rhonda Bredthauer has been named Associate of the Quarter at Valley County Health System for the 1st Quarter of the 2014-2015 fiscal year.

In a letter nominating Bredthauer for the honor, a co-worker discussed how she portrays the values of VCHS. "Rhonda shows integrity by always doing the right thing and it’s obvious that it is important to her. Not only does she do the right thing but she helps her fellow associates to do the right thing as well. Rhonda gives everything she has everyday she comes to work. Rhonda is a very compassionate person. If you are hurting she is hurting right along with you. She truly cares for those around her and will do all she can to help. Rhonda has the most active desire to brighten people’s day. Ownership is something that comes natural to Rhonda. She takes pride in her work. She treats the facility as it is her own and it is not uncommon to see her go above and beyond when cleaning. Rhonda always shows respect to everyone she comes in contact with. Regardless of the situation she remains composed and respectful. Rhonda is honest and trustworthy, period. You can confide in her and know that you can trust her.“

Bredthauer is a Housekeeper at Valley County Health System, where she has been employed since November 2012.

Pictured: Bredthauer (2nd from left) pictured with her mother Myrtle Skolil (second from right) and husband Paul (right) receives her Associate of the Quarter award from William T. Sugg, President and CEO of VCHS (left).

 

Associate of the 2nd Quarter:
Paul Lamb - Acute Care

 

Paul Lamb has been named Associate of the Quarter at Valley County Health System for the 2nd Quarter of the 2014-2015 fiscal year.

In a letter nominating Lamb for the honor, a co-worker discussed how he portrays the values of VCHS. "Paul shows compassion for his job, to our patients, and his co-workers. He is always willing to take time and talk to our patients, even when he is extremely busy. Paul is always friendly to our patients and families, and will take the extra time to make there day a little better. Paul also shows ownership by, doing his job 100% all the time, regardless the situation. He treats all patients and families with dignity and respect along with his co-workers.”

Lamb is a Ward Clerk at Valley County Health System, where he has been employed since April 2011.

Pictured l to r: Vicki Bredthauer, DON; Rosalyn Lamb (Paul's mother); Paul Lamb; Bill Sugg, President & CEO; Marcy Shafer and Danielle Proskocil 

Associate Recognition

Gold Star Award

Noel Hain

Congratulations to Noel Hain of our Lab Department for receiving the VCHS Gold Star Award!

Noel was nominated by one of his co-worker and her story was so compelling we wanted to share it with you:

"On December 3rd, my daughter was brought to our ER and had to receive a CT scan. Noel covered my call while we were in ER and came in and ran my daughter’s lab-work. On December 23rd, we were again in the ER, and Noel stopped by that afternoon to see how she was doing, and to ask if we needed anything. Then on December 26th, we had an appointment with the neurologist in Kearney, and I was scheduled to work 11:30am-6pm. Our appointment was set up for 10:00, so I knew I was going to miss a big part of the day. Noel saw that we were going to be really short on staff, so he went to Karen, Lab Manager, and offered to work that Friday even though he should have been of vacation. On top of that, he sent me a text while we were at the hospital having a procedure done, asking how she was and told me not to worry about work, which set my mind at ease! Later that night he brought my daughter over soup that he made after he got off work.

Noel is not only a great employee, but also a wonderful Christian! Words can not express how thankful I am to my friend & co-worker for all his kindness."

Whether at work or in the community, Noel exemplifies high values through his character!

Congratulations Noel, you are a Gold Shining Star!

 

 

 

 


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