Two new ‘Guardian Angels’ named at AGH

HANNA MUNRO, GUARDIAN ANGEL

Hanna Munro

“Hannah is a well-liked staff member who always has a positive attitude offering her help in any way she can.  Hannah goes above and beyond her duties in the Kitchen and aims to please every patient, resident, visitor and staff member that comes through the cafeteria.  Hannah strives to ensure top notch food is on the plates and always serves it with a smile.  Her efficiency and organizational skills when helping out with special events and catering is an added bonus.  Like the quote says “Good cooks never lack friends!”  Thank you Hannah for being an all-around incredible member of the AGH-FVM team.”

Hanna has been a valued member of the AGH-FVM team since May 29, 2000

TINA McLELLAND, GUARDIAN ANGEL

Angel Pin_Tina

Tina McLelland, Executive Assistant to the President and CEO, was surprised with a Guardian Angel pin by a co-worker.

Tina is known as the go to person for anything administrative or well…golf.  For one staff member Tina made the difference between a difficult first year and a smooth transition into a new position.  Even though she holds a demanding role, Tina always shared information, engaged and included her co-worker in internal social activities, covered off duties and added her expertise to projects.  Congratulations Tina!

Tina has been a valued member of the AGH-FVM team since August 2009.

The Guardian Angel Program is an AGH-FVM Foundation initiative that offers you the opportunity to recognize a member of the AGH-FVM or the Lanark County Paramedic Service team who has touched your life in a significant way.

Every day the staff, physicians, midwives and volunteers of the Almonte General Hospital, Fairview Manor and the Lanark County Paramedic Service touch the lives of others through their work. Yet, nothing is more precious to them than hearing the words “Thank You” from a patient, resident, family member or colleague who truly appreciates their efforts.

Has a member of our team provided you or a loved one with extraordinary care? Perhaps a fellow staff member deserves recognition for the extra efforts they make to keep our organization exceptional. If you would like to recognize that person, the Guardian Angel Program has been created for you.

Simply make a minimum contribution of $25 to the AGH-FVM Foundation and your Guardian Angel will receive acknowledgement of your appreciation and a guardian angel lapel pin to wear with pride.

You may choose to participate in the presenting of the pin or remain anonymous.

If you would like more information about the program please contact the Foundation office and we’ll be pleased to assist. 613-256-2500 ext 2296 Almontehospitalfoundation.com