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Rowan Regional Medical Center employees honored

Eight of Rowan Regional Medical Center’s employees are among those recognized for consistently demonstrating excellence in Novant Health’s core values and work to provide a remarkable patient experience in every dimension, every time.
Linda Cauble, Lisa Coates, Glen Hayes, Veronica Holt, Denise Koehn, Mark Simmons, Tanya Thrift and Renee Turner were acknowledged for their achievement at a luncheon hosted by Melissa Robson, chief operating officer, at Rowan Regional Medical Center this past week.
Hospital senior leadership also attended the luncheon.
Honoring employees who consistently exceed in demonstrating Novant’s core values in day-to-day work and have a minimum of one year of service with the organization, the Circle of Excellence is committed to recognizing employees and leaders up through, and including, the manager level positions. Anyone may submit a nomination, and a committee consisting of leaders and staff review nominations and select final candidates.
“I’m so proud of our employees who received this prestigious award recognizing their commitment to Rowan Regional Medical Center and Novant Health’s core values. This recognition ensures that these employees are living out our mission of improving the health of community, one person at a time,” said Melissa Robson.
Circle of Excellence honorees will receive a special pin and certificate, a $50 gift card and an invitation to the special recognition luncheon.
Their names will be displayed on banners in the various facilities, and they will be spotlighted in internal communications and during various recognition week activities.

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