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2012 Cupola Award Winners

We are honored to recognize the following dedicated Lowell General leaders as the 2012 Cupola Award winners. We would also like to thank them for their dedication to their staff, their profession and to Lowell General.

Deborah Bergholm-Petka, Manager, Training and Development

“Deb’s enthusiasm in Lowell General Hospital’s mission and vision is reflected in all of her efforts. Her professionalism and positive attitude is not only contagious, but epitomizes all the characteristics of Complete connected care. Deb truly is an effective leader who is concerned about her staffs’ work lives and realizes that it is her responsibility to do everything in her control to make it as productive and pleasant as possible, by making sure her staff has the necessary resources.”

Sandra Clay-Hillyard ~ Patient Access Pre-Services, Lowell General Hospital Tyngsboro

“With the many changes in Patient Access Sandy is always seeking feedback from staff and making sure they know their involvement is important. Sandy maintains a professional, positive and respectful presentation every day as she encourages the Career Ladder, CHAA certification and cross training to ensure employee growth and development.”

Carol Gagne, Manager, Spiritual Care Services

“Carol is very positive about the changes happening at Lowell General Hospital and encourages discussion and does not back away from disagreements or difficult topics; instead she offers alternative ways of looking at issues. As a supportive role-model, Carol encourages staff to use their expertise in their own unique way as a true reflection of the Lowell General Hospital culture and mission.”

Stacey Neudeck, RN, PHO

“Stacey has built strong relationships with the PHO staff, physician members and their office staff. She will do everything in her power to resolve an issue for anyone that comes to her for help. Stacey is a total team player and is constantly giving praise to her team and makes sure PHO directors are aware of the hard work and great job they are doing.”

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