posted on January 13, 2016 16:00
CONWAY, SC– In December 2015, Conway Medical Center (CMC) honored two employees for their valuable contributions to CMC. Tina Chestnut, RN from the Post-Acute Care Unit and Doug Jennings from Health Information Management were recognized as CMC’s “Starfish of the Quarter.” This award is given to two CMC staff members, one clinical and one nonclinical, who personify service excellence by going above and beyond for CMC’s patients and families.
Tina Chestnut, RN has been employed with CMC for over thirteen years and currently works as a registered nurse in the Post-Acute Care Unit. “She has great compassion for those in need,” said Terri Pickens, RN, director of Ambulatory Services. “Tina brings with her an aura of happiness and she makes people smile even when they are having a rough day. She treats her patients and her co-workers with kindness and respect. Her patients come first and she makes sure they receive the best care possible. Tina works hard and never seeks recognition for her accomplishments. She promotes teamwork and is steadfast and loyal.”
Douglas Jennings has worked at CMC for four years. “Doug is an exceptional member of the Health Information Management team and has consistently demonstrated his value and commitment to the HIM Department and organization,” said Betsy Greene, assistant director of HIM. “Doug is a hard-working, customer focused, team player. He is friendly and helpful and he takes pride in his work and it shows. He has a good sense of humor and employs this to help his co-workers during stressful situations. He likes to laugh and has the ability to see the fun in work while still accomplishing all he is tasked to accomplish. Doug truly is an asset to Conway Medical Center.”