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THRIVE Hall of Fame honors 14 team members across the organization

  • 28 September 2021
  • Author: David Hartwick
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THRIVE Hall of Fame honors 14 team members across the organization

The past year marked by the COVID-19 pandemic has been one of unprecedented challenges that have tested our team members on many levels. In recognition of the collective employee strength and resolve demonstrated across BJC, THRIVE — BJC’s employee well-being initiative highlighting physical, emotional and social health — reimagined the annual employee Hall of Fame for 2021.

This year, the THRIVE Hall of Fame is recognizing the resiliency and overall well-being of team members during these extraordinary times. Nominees were selected by their peers for modeling resiliency and wellness behaviors, supporting their team, helping others during the pandemic, or motivating others to THRIVE.

A committee at each respective organization chose the winners. Now in its 19th year, the 2021 THRIVE Hall of Fame winners are:

Alton Memorial Hospital — Tyler Spagnola
Barnes-Jewish Hospital — Charlotte Gibson
Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital — Katie Moore
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital — Casey Lance
BJC Community Health Services — Bake McBride
BJC Medical Group — Alexandria Cunningham
BJC Shared Services — Tiffany Snipes
Christian Hospital/Northwest HealthCare — Kathy McMullen
Memorial Hospital — Lindsey Gause
Missouri Baptist Medical Center — Justa Davis
Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital — Karen Nuno
Parkland Health Center — Heather Taliaferro
Progress West Hospital — Linda Rohne
St. Louis Children’s Hospital — Casey Voegtle

Honorees will be recognized on the field at the Oct. 3 St. Louis Cardinals baseball game with VIP treatment that includes suite seating with refreshments.

 

Pictured at the local recognition presentation, standing from the left: Carmen Bartolotta, VP Patient Care Services, CNO & COO; Kathy Reed, Director of Human Resources; sitting from the left, Cherie Monzyk, Laboratory Manager and Karen Nuno, Lab II Associate.

 

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