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Carroll County Health Department Recognizes Employees

Carroll County Health Department Employees Recognized for Service
Carroll County Health Department Employees Recognized for Service

The Carroll County Health Department celebrated National Public Health Thank You Day a few days early by presenting service awards to employees who have worked at the health department for 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 years. They were recognized at a luncheon for all employees on Friday, November 22nd.

 

Employees from all bureaus of the Health Department came together to honor their colleagues. The employees recognized during the Public Health Thank You Day celebration were: 5 years: Dawn Brown, Bernice Culver, Craig Greaves, Robert Johnson, Lisa Martin-Bland, Anne Messina, Jeannie Vogel, Matt Shipley, Lillie Rebert, and Alene Mohney; 10 years: Tish Anderson, Amy Baker, Debbie Caler, Maria Carr, and Amanda Haugh; 15 years: Sandy Bauerline, Cheryl Chaney, Doris Hare, Laurie Johnson, Betty Ruhlman, Carol Wilson, and Sandy Woodburn; 20 years: James Bell, Cindy Dotterer, Elaine Geisler, Marie Hernandez, and Debbie Whitcomb; 25 years: Andrea Drenner-Hanley, Ed Singer; and 30 years: Cindy Marucci-Bosley.

Maggie Kunz December 12, 2013 at 03:22 PM
Congrats to everyone at CCHD who works hard to make sure Carroll County residents stay healthy!
Kym Byrnes (Editor) December 13, 2013 at 10:46 AM
Congratulations, and thanks for sharing!
Buck Harmon December 17, 2013 at 10:27 AM
Healthcare for geriatric human beings of Carroll has a lot to be desired...Carroll Hospital doesn't even have a geriatric unit or specific program designed for the best treatment of seniors. Especially seniors with memory issues. What can the Carroll Health department do to improve these very poor existing conditions?
David Shamer December 25, 2013 at 01:57 PM
I have to walk the path of Mr. Harmon. Good government jobs are important to both the community and employees. Living with HIV/AIDs and the issues aassociated with living with these conditions should be addressed and not swept under the table using budjet and confidentuality issues as reasons for intolerance and niglect.
Maggie Kunz January 30, 2014 at 03:15 PM
Thank you both for your comments. The Carroll County Health Department does have clinics for those with HIV/AIDS. Please contact the HIV/AIDS Program Supervisor at 410-876-4771. Also, we have several programs to help seniors connect with local resources and stay living at home if possible, or find appropriate care. If you know elderly residents who need help, please encourage them to contact the Program Manager of Services for Adults with Disabilities and Chronic Health Problems at 410-876-4954.

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