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Debbie Anderson, CABHU Unit, Sophie Beaumont, BCHHS (Recognized for Exceptional Commitment by Cindy Fonseca, Juvenile Justice, Sophie Beaumint, BCHHS on Feb 15, 2018)
"Debbie consistently demonstrates a "whatever it takes" attitude. Debbie assisted me today regarding an EM 1 situation with a youth placed in out of home care in another County. She was extremely professional and helpful, even volunteered to be available to the other County's mental health worker in order to coordinate services for this youth should the youth be placed in a facility within Brown County. Thank you Deb for being so positive and supportive!"


Jennifer VonHaden, Jail (Recognized for Inspiring Leader/Mentor by Jail Staff, Jail on Feb 10, 2018)
"Jennifer is a Inspiring Leader/Mentor, uses excellent problem solving skills and is always coming up with multiple different ideas to use in the jail to make it a better place. Awesome Attitude, Exceptional Commitment with all the overtime she works and is always committed to the vision. Outstanding Team Player and has Extraordinary Customer Service with all the public that calls the jail. Thank you Officer VonHaden for everything you do to make the jail a better place."


Dietary Staff, CTC Dietary (Recognized for Exceptional Commitment by The clients and activity staff, OT/Activity on Feb 7, 2018)
"We want to thank the kitchen staff for always going above and beyond when you make treats for our groups.
We ask a lot and we appreciate your extra effort you put into it.
The clients are thankful for the goodies you provide for them!!!
Thank you all so much for going to extra mile for us!!"


Michelle C., Joe S., Ana C., Perry S., Anja A., Karissa R., Mel , Nursing, Administration, Billin (Recognized for Exceptional Commitment by Samantha Behling, DON, Nursing on Jan 24, 2018)
"These employees were involved in efforts to organize Bayshore Village nursing stations, equipment rooms and C.N.A. desks. The process was called a Continuous Improvement Event. All involved worked extremely hard over the course of two days to pull outdated forms, label/organize equipment and make work processes more efficient. The employees shared and implemented a number of ideas with a goal of improving the work environment for nursing staff."


Brook Morrison, CTC Bay Haven (Recognized for Extraordinary Customer Service by Amanda Metzler,LPC,SAC, CTC Outpatient on Jan 11, 2018)
"I had a client struggling with their home life being very chaotic, and needing a safe place to stay and stabilization, Brook was the nurse that day at Bay Haven and made the process so easy for this client to get the help they needed and she also made the process very easy for me as well to provide excellent quality services to our client. Thank you so much Brook!!!!"


Denise Schmidt and Maria Perdue, Nicolet Psychiatric Center (Recognized for Extraordinary Customer Service by Mandy Woodward, CTC on Jan 11, 2018)
"While speaking with a client recently admitted to Nicolet, I was told that Denise and Maria were exceptionally accommodating and this client contributed their care and one-on-one time to her overall improvement. This client's positive experience and outcome is attributed to the compassion she received while on our unit. Great job, ladies!!"


Maria Perdue, Mary Lor, Rachael Devlin, Joe Rose, NPC nursing (Recognized for Outstanding Team Player by Sarah , NPC nursing on Dec 22, 2017)
"I want to give a big shout out to the great team I worked with on an incredibly busy evening. All three of the CNA's working were fairly new at their job and handled the difficult situation in a professional manner with good attitudes. I also greatly appreciate my co-worker RN who helped out tremendously and took over when needed. It was amazing team work and each person was supportive of each other and worked together to keep all clients and staff safe!
Great job everyone!"


Brook Morrison Charge RN, Nursing CTC (Recognized for Awesome Attitude/Morale Booster by Bay Haven Staff, Nursing on Dec 22, 2017)
"Brook has stepped up to her New Charge Nurse Position and taken charge of every situation thrown her way no matter how big or small. She takes the time to listen to her clients and co workers and addresses the needs of all those around her even if its just a listening ear. Brook has an awesome attitude and brightens our unit when she walks on it no matter how busy or slow it may be with her huge smile. Thank You Brook for being you! You are appreciated!"


Peggy Kubiak, Human Services IDP Assessor (Recognized for Outstanding Team Player by Brenda Franco, Human Services on Dec 15, 2017)
"Peggy I would like to say Thank you for all of your support and patience. I have come to your office a few times a day (well some days' more often) :) as you have stopped what you were doing to walk me through my issue. You have shared with me your experience / knowledge for this position and I am so grateful. Thank you"


Doug, Mike, Liz and Dave , Facilities at CTC (Recognized for Exceptional Commitment by CTC Staff, all staff on Dec 14, 2017)
"During the snow storm on December 13, 2017, the maintenance department worked hard to make sure that all the parking lots and sidewalks were clean to ensure the safety of staff and clients. There were some vehicles stuck in the snow in the employee parking lot and facilities help to push them free. They are to be commended for their extra effort, going above and beyond what is expected of them. Thank you for all your hard work!"


Ami Micoley, Adult Protective Services (Recognized for Exceptional Commitment by Anonymous, CTC on Dec 11, 2017)
"Ami assists in coordinating the annual Christmas Cookie decorating that takes place at the ADRC. This year she organized a group to decorate 16,000 cookies!!! These cookies are distributed to the homeless in the community and also are handed out by the GBPD as a sign of giving to those in need. Obviously securing 16,000 cookies, decorating them, bagging them and cleaning up after is a huge undertaking. Ami not only helps bring joy and smiles to others during this Christmas time, she also displays the true Social Work nature of helping others by doing good deeds. She is a credit to all Social Workers and a credit to Brown County! YOU WARMED MANY HEARTS AMI!!"


Brandon Molina, NPC (Recognized for Outstanding Team Player by Ge Lo, RN, NPC on Dec 2, 2017)
""Brandon has been a great addition to day shift, he's taking great initiative in maintaining the orderly flow of the unit and is an outstanding team player on the hospital unit. When situations get rough or when crisis arrives, Brandon is a person you can rely on to be there and properly intervene to keep clients' safe as well as staff. In a high pace environment like NPC Hospital, his attitude, common sense and keen sense of awareness of things around him reduces the opportunity for crisis on the unit to occur.""


James Reinbolt, NPC Hospital (Recognized for Outstanding Team Player by Ge Lo, RN, NPC on Nov 26, 2017)
"James has been a great addition to day shift, he's taking great initiative in maintaining the orderly flow of the unit and is an outstanding team player on the hospital unit. When situations get rough or when crisis arrives, James is a person you can rely on to be there and properly intervene to keep clients' safe as well as staff. In a high pace environment like NPC Hospital, his attitude, common sense and keen sense of awareness of things around him reduces the opportunity for crisis on the unit to occur."


Gergana Radeva, Maria Perdue, Mary Lor, NPC Hospital (Recognized for Outstanding Team Player by Ge Lo, RN, NPC on Nov 25, 2017)
"Webster defines teamwork as work completed by several associates with each doing a part but all subordinating personal prominence to the efficiency of the whole. You won't find a group of better independent, responsible and vigilant group of team members than these group of CNA's. They work hard, they are the foundation of our hospital, the first to interact with clients, the first to soothe clients, and are usually the first to make contact during times of crisis. They do their jobs proudly, barely ever recognized for their work and effort, yet no complaint. Efficient and high quality of care only succeeds when all members of the teams participate and contribute equally to their roles as professional staff at BCCTC."


Erica Baugnet, Tara Chynoweth, Jerry Holschul, Sandy Petasek, NPC Hospital and BayHaven (Recognized for Outstanding Team Player by RN Ge Lo, NPC Hospital and BayHaven on Nov 25, 2017)
"Webster defines teamwork as work completed by several associates with each doing a part but all subordinating personal prominence to the efficiency of the whole. You won't find a group of better independent, responsible and vigilant group of team members than these group of CNA's. They work hard, they are the foundation of our hospital, the first to interact with clients, the first to soothe clients, and are usually the first to make contact during times of crisis. They do their jobs proudly, barely ever recognized for their work and effort, yet no complaint. Efficient and high quality of care only succeeds when all members of the teams participate and contribute equally to their roles as professional staff at BCCTC."


RACHEL DEVLIN, NPC -PM (Recognized for Inspiring Leader/Mentor by Theresa Hischke (Tracy), Bay Haven on Nov 17, 2017)
"As a new employee with Brown County, I am always looking to learn from my peers, Over the past week Racheal was instrumental in taking the opportunity of offering guidance for improvement in our communication between both of our Depts. I truly appreciate her leadership and always assisting me as I understand how hard it can be working with new employees. Thank you Rachel."


Jenny Wichlacz, Charge RN (9-9) Community Treatmetn Center (Recognized for Inspiring Leader/Mentor by Theresa Hischke (Tracy), Bay Haven on Nov 17, 2017)
"I am a new employee to brown county, that alone can be difficult as there is so much to learn. I had the pleasure of working under this charge nurse. Her welcoming demeanor was refreshing and so appreciated. I can not thank her enough for her encouragement and motivation. thank you for celebrating in my achievements and recognizing my potential as I continue to learn my role. I have enjoyed every interaction with you and appreciate your leadership. Thank you Thank you Thank you!"


Robin Langenkamp, Economic support (Recognized for Extraordinary Customer Service by Kathy Johnson, CTC on Nov 17, 2017)
"As a Brown County employee I want to recognize Robin for her assistance in dealing with my elderly parents. She went out of her way today to make sure they were able to continue in their Waiver's program, but more importantly she called me back to let me know the issue was resolved. Thanks Robin for the great customer service, it was truly appreciated."


Denise Collette, Health and Human Services (Recognized for Outstanding Team Player by Adult Protective Services, Health and Human Services on Nov 16, 2017)
"Denise was instrumental in streamlining a project for our APS unit that consolidated the work of 7 APS workers. This type of assistance with organization in the APS department is critical to remaining efficient and effective in service delivery. Thank you Denise for your hard work and efforts and your commitment to teamwork!"


Amanda Devroy, Outpatient nursing (Recognized for Extraordinary Customer Service by Kathy Weber, Outpatient nursing on Nov 10, 2017)
"On Friday 11/10 Amanda received a message on her work phone that you couldn't understand only that it was an very elderly woman. She was concerned about the woman so she looked at the caller ID and called the woman. "Helen" stated she was given Amanda's phone #. Helen was worried that her heat was going to be turned off. Helen stated she received a letter from Brown County regarding money that would help her with her heating bill. She was still worried it would get turned off. Amanda got the name of the heating company and she called them up and left them a message regarding Helen and how worried she was about the heat getting turned off and gave them Helen's phone number. Amanda spent time reassuring her that her heat won't be turn off. Amanda even asked her if she was wearing a sweater to make sure she was dressed appropriately."
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