Pharmacy Tech wins BEE award

Pictured are (left to right) Jonathan Davis, MPH, FACHE, FirstHealth chief operating officer and president of Moore Regional Hospital; Jacklynn Lesniak, DNP, M.S., R.N., NEA-BC, FirstHealth chief nursing officer and vice president, patient care services at Moore Regional; Drew Kessell, PharmD, clinical director of pharmacy services; Mandy Seawell, certified pharmacy technician and BEE award winner; Wes Cowell, PharmD, administrative director, pharmacy services; and Dawn Rollins, MSN, R.N., assistant director, emergency department at Moore Regional.

Mandy Seawell, certified pharmacy technician at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital, is the most recent winner of the BEE award, which recognizes employees who go above and beyond to fulfill FirstHealth’s core purpose - To Care for People. Seawell was nominated by staff in the emergency department for consistently going out of her way to help patients, families and staff.

“It is such a pleasure to work with Mandy,” the nomination letter reads. “She restocks the nurse’s station with supplies without anyone asking. She does it because she cares. She brings the patients blankets, socks or drinks—again, because she cares. Sh will pray with families, console them, offer an ear because she truly cares. She is the most compassionate person who truly cares for people.”

To read the full edition see the January 25th edition of the Montgomery Herald