Good Samaritan Awards presented at Employee Forums
Fabio Maia (right), assistant manager for PossAbilities at East Campus, receives the Good Samaritan Award from Vivi Burns, director of membership services at East Campus, and Michael Jackson, MPH, administrator of the East Campus.
The Good Samaritan Excel-lence in Staff Service Awards were presented at the first quarter employee forums in March. The employees chosen received a letter of commendation from the president placed in their files and a monetary reward. A staff member is eligible to win a Good Samaritan Award once during his or her career at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
The winners: Adela Diaz, RN, clinical nurse on unit 9200/oncology, LLU Medical Center; Melinda Muganzo, MBA, orientation and training coordinator for human resources, LLUMC; Carol Maas, transplant coordinator for the Transplantation Institute; Harlan Larsen, RN, charge nurse for the GI lab, LLUMC; Jeannie A. Martinez, RN, case manager for the Specialty Team Centers, LLUMC; Lisa Williams, program assistant for the education & youth program at Behavioral Medicine Center; and Fabio Maia, assistant manager for PossAbilities at East Campus.
Congratulations to the Good Samaritan Excellence in Staff Service Award winners!
Lisa Williams, program assistant for the education & youth program at the BMC, receives a Good Samaritan Award from Jill Pollock (right), RN, MS, executive director for operations at the BMC.
Carol Maas (center), transplant coordinator for the Transplantation Institute, poses for a picture with Gerry Ellis, MBA, senior vice president of signature services, and Margie Imthurn, RN, MA, director of clinical servcies for the Transplant Institute.
Melinda Muganzo, MBA, orientation and training coordinator for human resources, receives the Good Samaritan Award from Lizette Norton, MBA, assistant vice president of HR.
Harlan Larsen (center right), RN, charge nurse for the GI lab, receives the award from Daniel Fontoura (far left), MPPM, vice president for Loma Linda University Medical Center, Michael Walter (center left), MD, director of the GI lab, and Randy Scott (far right), executive director GIL, NRDX, RCS, and SDC .