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February 2007

Marygale Sullivan

Float RN, MP3

Star Performer, Marygale Sullivan"Always going above and beyond to take responsibility for her job performance," is how Sally Vail, Director of Inpatient Services and Diane Regan, Director of Emergency Services, describe Marygale Sullivan, our February Star Performer of the Month.

Marygale has been a float RN with LGH for two years. She enjoys her role as a float nurse (who works on different nursing units as she is needed) because she likes to learn something new every day and meet a lot of different staff members and patients with different case types. Marygale juggles different responsibilities as she serves MS3, MP3, IMC, and the ED, as well as the Mother/Infant Unit.

"Flexible is Marygale's middle name", says Sally. "She approaches patient care with a great deal of energy and compassion, and loves teaching the patients".

Diane said that Marygale shows tremendous care and compassion to ED patients. She once saw her juggle a large patient load while a young child that was being held for monitoring kept approaching Mary with questions and conversation. "Even though Marygale was extremely busy with other Emergency Department patients, she made the child feel like he was the only one in the room," said Diane.

Marygale shows this same level of commitment to her job and co-workers, by planning the MS3 Christmas party and volunteering to take an ACLS class so that she may fully care for cardiac patients to help out fellow employees.

Marygale lives in Dracut and in her spare time enjoys camping and spending time with her family.

Congratulations, Marygale. You're a Star!

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