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September BEE Award: Angelia Stone

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September BEE Award: Angelia Stone

In September, Campbell County Health awarded Angelia Stone, who works in the Heptner Cancer Center with it’s first BEE Award.

The BEE (Be Excellent Every Day) Award was established to recognize staff members who go beyond extraordinary expectations, but who are not nurses.

Angelia was nominated by a former manager when she worked in Campbell County Memorial Hospital Nutrition Services, registered dietitian and Legend Karen Polson.

“Angelia was always seeking out new projects or tasks to assist with, whether it be clinical or food service related. She was driven to improve our department and make it more efficient. She coordinated many projects, she would help with preparing employee and patient education, she developed many forms and instructional materials to help simplify daily duties within our department, to name a few,” says Karen. “She frequently picked up the little tasks that are time consuming but important to keep things running smoothly and in order to provide better care. She did these tasks without prompting and without compromising other duties, due to her level of efficiency.”

The nomination form also said that Angelia was an excellent mentor to newer staff and interns. She had the patience and work ethic to make certain tasks were completed correctly and instructed others to do so as well.

“Because of the projects she took on and the quality of workmanship, we provide a higher level of care as a department and organization,” says Karen. “She had many patient comments over the years from the precedence she has set and she remains a valuable and respected employee within our organization.”

The BEE and the DAISY Awards were established to honor the extraordinary care the incredible staff at CCH offer.

Patients, families and colleagues can nominate nurses for a DAISY Award and support staff for a BEE award. These recognitions highlight staff who go beyond the expectations, consistently demonstrating kind and genuine care through respectful and honest communication and treatment. These staff provided hope and a feeling of peace and safety to patients and their families during vulnerable and anxious times.

The BEE Award was established in 2020 by the nurses at Campbell County Health to compliment the DAISY Award. Those eligible for the BEE Award include all hospital employees outside of nursing. This special honor is celebrated once a quarter. Nominate a CCH nurse for the DAISY Award at Nominate a staff member for the BEE Award at

  • Category: Employee Recognition, Cancer Treatment, Nutrition, BEE Award