FARMINGTON — The first four recipients of the EPIC awards established by the Franklin Community Health Network Spirit Committee have been announced. They include Diane Daggett, environmental services; Beth Giberson, ICU; Roger Wells, security; and Marsha James, Farmington Family Practice.

Joseph Bujold, board chairman, and Joline Hart, vice president, human resources, presented each recipient with a trophy and monetary gift at the FCHN board meeting March 25. Each also has been given a designated parking spot of his choice for the next three months. According to Hart, “The EPIC awards were developed as a way to recognize employees who demonstrate on a daily basis their commitment to FCHN’s values of excellence, pride, innovation and caring.”

Additional nominations were received for: Cindy Sweetser, environmental services; Diane Staples, radiology; Vickie Adams, cardiopulmonary; Courtney Ryder, medical/surgical; Katrina Tozier, Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center; Maria Watson, medical/surgical; Heidi Hilton, cardiopulmonary; and Ruth Nile, sleep lab. All nominees received a certificate and a copy of their nomination form.

Nominations for review and selection of the EPIC awards will take place quarterly, according to Hart.

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