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February 2022 Bee Award: Brian Stovall

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February 2022 Bee Award: Brian Stovall

On February 2, 2022, Campbell County Health awarded Brian Stovall with a BEE Award. Brian is a Biomedical technician in the Biomed Department.

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

Brian was nominated by his colleague Paula Battard.

In the nomination form, Paula wrote:

"Brian worked as a TNA (Temporary Nurse Aide) on the Medical/Surgical unit a few times. One of the things he was called on to do was feed a gentleman that has been a patient for some time. This patient has no family that we are aware of and only his neighbors have been up a few times to see him.

Since his assignment, Brian has come back to visit with the patient on a regular basis to see how the patient is doing. Brian pops in from time to time on this patient with goodies like Barg's root beer.

Obviously, Brian has a big heart. He showed us all what compassionate care really looks like day-to-day.

Thank you, Brian!”

Brian’s award highlights what many CCH employees have been doing during the staffing shortages caused by the pandemic. As a Biomedical technician, his regular job is to ensure that the medical equipment used for patient care is always in top working condition. Like many of his colleagues throughout CCH, Brian chose to complete training to become a Temporary Nurse Aide, or TNA, and work additional shifts in other areas of the organization to help out. TNAs work under the supervision of clinical staff, and assist with patient care. The Wyoming Department of Nursing authorized the use of TNA staff during the COVID-19 surge that began last fall and has continued through the winter.

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 complement 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, BEE Award