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July 2014

Phil Millward, Lead Maintenance Technician

Facilities Department

“Phil is the Lead Maintenance Technician on the second shift and is a hardworking and talented individual. He displays his appreciation for Lowell General Hospital through the high quality of his work. Phil always meets and exceeds expectations with his superior service,” says Kyle Slowe, Security Supervisor.

Phil has been employed at Lowell General Hospital for 10 years and during this time he has become an integral part of the Facilities team. He has been called a jack-of-all-trades and has been invaluable to various departments throughout the hospital. In addition to his impressive skill base, Phil’s calm demeanor and professionalism truly make him shine.

“Phil has many talents that go above and beyond the expectations of his job and they have been used many times to save the hospital both time and money,” says Bill Charette, Director, Facilities Department. “Phil is a key member of our team and is always available when needed or in the event of an emergency,” says Jay Kiernan, Manager, Maintenance.

It is clear that Phil’s work ethic is exceptional. His dedication to his work guarantees the safety of Lowell General staff, patients and visitors. Phil’s expertise provides a safe environment for high-risk areas such as the secure units (Mother Infant Unit/Pediatrics Unit), all medical rooms and the Emergency Department.

Phil lives in Nashua, New Hampshire with Diane, his wife of 23 years. When he is not at Lowell General, Phil enjoys working on DIY projects around his home, bass fishing and always looks forward to his annual fishing trip with his co-workers from Facilities.

Congratulations Phil! You’re a Star!

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