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July 2021 Bee Award: Jamie Mooney

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July 2021 Bee Award: Jamie Mooney

In July 2021, Campbell County Health awarded Jamie Mooney with a BEE Award. Jamie is CCH’s Employee Safety Coordinator.

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

Jamie was nominated by her fellow colleagues in Infection Prevention and Employee Health, Lisa Coleman and Legend Natalie Tucker, RN.

“Jamie always treats everyone she encounters with respect and kindness. She offers a caring smile and guides employees through processes that are often unfamiliar and sometimes frightening,” says Lisa.

Jamie Mooney has worked for CCH for 17 years. She started out in the Rehabilitation Services department as a Secretary before transitioning in 2013 to her current position, where she contributes her skills and talents to make the workplace at Campbell County Health safe and healthy for employees, students and volunteers.

Her office is busy each day with calls and visits from employees from across the organization who say she is a strong advocate for them. In her role as Employee Safety Coordinator, her many duties include:

  • administering worker's compensation claims and leave of absence requests
  • tracking recordable injuries
  • identifying ways to reduce/prevent future injuries
  • and she is the Chair of the Safety Coach program.

According to her nomination form: A recent example of how Jamie walks the walk of excellence every day is when an employee became ill and called Jamie from the waiting room of one of our departments, as a patient, to inquire about how to file the paperwork for FMLA. Rather than have the employee come to her office to pick up the paperwork and discuss the process, Jamie hand delivered the paperwork to the employee and answered all her questions.

“Jamie is always willing to step up when a need exists to help out her team and the organization, taking on new tasks without blinking an eye. Jamie's experience, skills, and compassionate approach combine to make her an invaluable asset to Campbell County Health and its employees,” says Natalie.

Jamie is truly an incredible asset to Campbell County Health, and the patients and families that we serve.

About the BEE and DAISY Awards

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: Rehabilitation Services, Employee Recognition, BEE Award, Volunteers