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Halifax County High School did some positive things in its season-opening win over Patrick County Friday night, but the level of competition should be significantly higher Friday when E.C. Glass…
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On May 5, the Nursing Professional Development Council at Community Memorial Hospital (CMH) presented the Excellence in Nursing Awards to three deserving members of the Nursing department. Peggy Kinker, RN, right, was the recipient of the Alice Tudor Registered Nurse Award, Fawn Fitz, LPN, center, was the recipient of the Carol Love Licensed Practical Nurse Award, and Phyllis Cavan, left, was the recipient of the Dee McMillian care partner award. These dedicated members of the nursing staff were nominated and the nominations were scored strictly on merit of what this person has done for the nursing profession at CMH and in the community. A reception was held following the ceremony so CMH employees could offer their congratulations.
05/24/10 - 12:42 pm Mecklenburg
From left, CMH President/CEO, Scott Burnette presents Camie Minor, CMH Environmental Services Team Leader, the CMH Employee of the Month Award for March. There to congratulate Minor are Ursula Butts, CMH vice president of patient care services, and Mike Hankins, director of environmental services. Minor has been employed at Community Memorial Healthcenter for less than a year. The nomination form submitted on his behalf stated, “Camie is able to take a confusing situation and turn it around so everyone involved are able to work more efficiently. He is the example of CMH pride and excellence.” In addition to the award plaque, Minor received a PRIDE lapel pin, letter of commendation from administration, a $25 gift certificate, and a parking place of his choice for the month.
05/24/10 - 12:40 pm Mecklenburg
TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF DURING MENTAL HEALTH MONTH. Halifax Regional’s Center for Behavioral Health encourages the community to learn the signs and symptoms of depression. And if you are concerned that you may be one of the millions of individuals facing this illness, take action. Call 800-535-8332 to make an appointment for a free assessment. Recovery is possible when properly treated. Pictured is Joe Trickey, intake/outreach coordinator for the Center for Behavioral Health. Learn more at http://www.hrhs.org
05/23/10 - 10:23 am Halifax
Have you lost interest in the things you like to do? Do you feel sad or irritable? Are you feeling lonely and pessimistic? If, for you, the answer to these questions is a resounding “yes,”…
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