Tania Dawson, clinical resource manager at Franklin Memorial Hospital, presents nutrition representative David Scammon with a certificate and BEE Award pin.

FARMINGTON — David Scammon received the BEE (Be Exceptional Every Day) Award at Franklin Memorial Hospital on March 7 in recognition of his nonnursing care.

A nutrition representative, Scammon was nominated by two colleagues: Susan Loughrey, the director of physical rehabilitation and sports medicine, and Emily Clemens, a nurse on the medical/surgical unit.

Loughrey said in her nomination, “David delivers meal trays most weekdays to the Med/Surg unit. He is always smiling, greets patients by name, and is exceptionally polite and accommodating. He is like a bit of sunshine in the day for staff and patients. David is someone who truly seems to enjoy his job and interactions with others on a daily basis.”

Scammon is FMH’s inaugural BEE recipient.

FMH invited the public’s help in sharing their story of how a nurse or other care team member made a difference in their care or that of someone they know. Boxes containing nomination forms have been placed on the Franklin campus in waiting areas for easy access.

Nominations can also be submitted at fchn.org/recognize.

 


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