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April 2012

Kyle Slowe

Security Department

Kyle Slowe"A real cornerstone of the security team, and the new Lowell General Hospital," is how co-workers describe Kyle Slowe, our April Star Performer of the Month.

Kyle began his career at Lowell General Hospital in 2010, currently serving as Senior Officer and Evening Shift Leader of the Security Department. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from UMass Lowell, and serves on the new Legacy Building Labor and Delivery Unit (L5) Infant Security Task Force. He is known for his commitment to staff and patient safety, evidenced by his dedication of time and expertise as Lowell General's Fire Prevention Coordinator.

"Kyle's strong leadership skills and dedication to hospital security and safety are second to none," says Brian Donovan, Security Department Manager. Brian praises Kyle's commitment to new staff, as he trains new hires and ensures they have all the tools and background to excel at their job. "He leads by example and will take the time to teach and explain... not just lecture," says Brian.

"He is always professional in manner and in uniform.""Kyle is an exceptional employee and an emerging leader," says Security Supervisor Brendan Riley. "His previous management experience and fresh prospective have helped develop us into a more efficient, professional and productive team."

Kyle lives in Nashua, NH with his wife Michelle, who he recently married in February 2012. In his spare time, he is an avid reader, enjoys boxing, and plans to pursue his master's degree this coming fall.

Congratulations, Kyle. You're a Star!

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