Published On: Mon, Mar 3rd, 2014

IHS holds awards ceremony in Nashville

Photos by Lynne Harlan/EBCI Public Relations

The Indian Health Service 2013 Nashville Area Honor Awards and Promotions Ceremony was held on Friday, Feb. 28 in Nashville, Tenn.  Many awards were distributed including some to local service providers as shown in the photos below.

 Carol Bernhisel was recognized for 30 Years of service.

Carol Bernhisel was recognized for 30 Years of service.

Several local providers were unable to attend Friday’s ceremony to receive their awards including:

  • Sarah Wachacha received the Tribal/Urban Recognition Award for outstanding contribution to clinic quality.
  • Jan Lamberty received the Employee of the Year Behavioral Health Provider for her efforts in maintaining a caseload that helps achieve a high level of clinical productivity.
  • Gerald Bradley received an Exceptional Performance Award for the Unity Healing Center for going above and beyond expectations to preserve cultural treatment services for residents of Unity Healing Center.
Victoria Harlan receives the Tribal /Urban Recognition Award for her outstanding contributions to clinic quality, productivity and leadership efforts towards the implementation of the EHR Program.

Victoria Harlan receives the Tribal /Urban Recognition Award for her outstanding contributions to clinic quality, productivity and leadership efforts towards the implementation of the EHR Program.

 

Mellie Burns receives the Tribal/Urban recognition award for her efforts in raising the health status of the community served.

Mellie Burns receives the Tribal/Urban recognition award for her efforts in raising the health status of the community served.

 

Gina Hamilton receives the Employee of the Year Dental Provider award for her contribution to improving clinical productivity.

Gina Hamilton receives the Employee of the Year Dental Provider award for her contribution to improving clinical productivity.

 

Orlando Nieves receives the Exceptional Performance award for his commitment and collaborative efforts in providing safe and timely care in the Emergency Department.

Orlando Nieves receives the Exceptional Performance award for his commitment and collaborative efforts in providing safe and timely care in the Emergency Department.

 

 

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