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Dickson, Thorwart BCH Employees of the Month
January 10, 2018
Employee of the Month for January – Patient Care
Jeanine Dickson
RN, Boundary Community Clinics & Acute Care

Jeanine Dickson has been working for Boundary Community Hospital as a registered nurse for five years. If you don’t see her smiling face in acute care, then you will find her helping patients at the Rural Health Clinic.

In the time she has worked here, Jeanine has become a valuable addition to our team and a consistent, dependable employee.

As a per diem RN, motivated to pick up shifts, she has cross-trained in nearly all nursing specialties. She has a worked in surgery and extended care, and has mentioned her interest in geriatrics and surgical rehab as well.

Jeanine provides excellent nursing care to her patients, and does so with professionalism and warmth. This kind of genuine, heartfelt approach is greatly appreciated by both her patients and co-workers. Her attention to details, new ideas, and excellent technical nursing skills go a long way to make our patients experience here a good one.

Jeanine has taken the initiative at the clinic to streamline the Coumadin Clinic Process for our patients.

“She is a pure joy to work with!” her coworkers said.

Congratulations Jeanine. You are one of the reasons BCH is a great place to work!

Employee of the Month for January – Non-Patient Care
Nita Thorwart
Health Unit Coordinator and Certified Nursing Assistant, Extended Care Facility

Nita Thorwart has been chosen as our January 2018 Employee of the Month for non-patient care.

Nita began her career with Boundary Community Hospital as a certified nurses aide in our Extended Care Facility in July, 2015. Since that time she has been an excellent addition to our team.

Nita is a kind and compassionate caregiver. In 2017 Nita transitioned to a position as the daytime Health Unit Coordinator in Extended Care Facility, where her attention to detail and excellent organizational skills really shine.

When her co-workers were asked to describe Nita they said, “thorough,” “organized,” “kind,” “always willing to help out,” “diligent,” “caring” and “very good at her job.”

She is always willing to help out where she is needed and often will stay longer than her scheduled shift and work as a CNA on the floor.

Congratulations Nita! We love having you on our team!
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