Port Huron, MI – Lake Huron Medical Center (LHMC) is pleased to announce its August 2019 Employee of the Month, Fred Kuhr, and its August 2019 Volunteer of the Month, Ann Knill. LHMC is honored to have a strong team of staff and volunteers working hard to deliver high-quality care to the Blue Water Area.
Fred is an Environmental Services Tech and has been with LHMC since 2008. He was nominated by a peer who commented, “At the end of my shift, I was doing a discharge room and the curtains had previously been hung wrong. Even with a ladder, I could not reach them. Fred came and fixed the hooks and hung the curtains even though it was time for him to punch out. I truly appreciated the help. Fred is always pleasant if asked questions or for help. He is a true team player.”
Ann volunteers with the Trauma Department and has been volunteering at LHMC since March 2019. She was nominated by an employee who wrote, “Ann was instrumental in helping to prepare for the trauma designation survey in which we received zero deficiencies and a 3-years designation. Ann has many years of experience in quality and safety during her employment at Chrysler. She helped prepare survey material by placing the data in binders in an organized manner. She updated the PI board with fantastic pictures of our trauma team and make the board not so boring. Ann helped set up and deliver equipment for our Injury Prevention outing at the 4H during 110-degree temperature. All of this she has done with a smile and enthusiasm. She is certainly an asset to our organization and our patients.”
Lake Huron Medical Center is proud of each of its employees and volunteers; and extends a special thank you and congratulations to all our team members, especially Fred and Ann as we celebrate their accomplishments.
To learn more about the programs and services offered at Lake Huron Medical Center, visit www.mylakehuron.com.
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