Healthy Times

LFCHD Employee Newsletter

Archive for the month “December, 2018”

Dear Santa …

HEALTHY HOLIDAYS: We hope to get everything on our wish list to keep helping Lexington be well!

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Delightful door decorations!

Some of our Community Health Equity and Education team showcased their holiday creativity by decorating their office doors! Their colleagues voted on the display to select the best one. Thanks to Nancy Hiner, Tara Mason, Tami Ross and Rebekah Shoopman for participating, and congratulations to Erin Kelley for winning with her door inspired by A Christmas Story!

Welcome new employees!

Please take a moment to welcome the newest employee of the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department.

Alan Smith
Maintenance Technician 1

Andrew Ralston receives LFCHD’s 1st CARES Award

Andrew Ralston CARES 1

Andrew Ralston received our first-ever CARES Award, which is chosen by LFCHD employees and presented quarterly to someone who best exhibited one or more of our core values: Caring, Accountability, Respect, Equity and Service. Ralston, who works in IT, is “driven, self-confident, proactively helpful and smart,” an employee wrote in nominating him. “He “is accountable and takes ownership of mistakes and learns from them. (He) has respect for leadership and colleagues (and) is very honest, sometimes to a fault.” Join us in celebrating Andrew’s CARES Award and his role in helping Lexington be well!

Welcome new employees!

Please take a moment to welcome the newest employee of the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department.

Angelica Tapia Morales

Angelica V. Tapia Morales
Clinical Services Representative I

Cynthia Wilson

Cynthia Wilson
Nurse Specialist School Health

Rachel Finney

Rachel E. Finney
Nurse Specialist School Health

Jeannie King

Jeannie R. King
Nurse Specialist School Health

Carrie LaFoe

Carrie E. Lafoe
Nurse Specialist School Health

Jo Anne Beckwith

JoAnne Beckwith
Nurse Specialist School Health

Jonathan Linville

Jonathan Linville
Medical Records Specialist

Infectious Disease celebrates EKU intern’s help

Intern - Priscillana CawoodInfectious Disease would like to thank Priscillana Cawood for choosing us as her internship site. Priscillana was somewhat of an intern-gatekeeper because she often took infectious disease information and condoms back to the Eastern Kentucky University community. It was a pleasure having her and we appreciate the help she provided our disease intervention specialists with investigations and our epidemiologists during the hepatitis A outbreak.

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