Jay Antrim awarded "Employee of the Year" at Medical Center
by Greene County Medical Center - March 31, 2017
At Greene County Medical Center’s employee recognition celebration on March 30, Jay Antrim was named 2016 Employee of the Year. The recognition celebration honored all Employee of the Year nominees, as well as 38 employees with 5-year milestone anniversaries.
The medical center offers all employees the opportunity to nominate co-workers for Employee of the Year. In his nomination letter, it was noted that “Jay’s cooking skills have enhanced the image of the medical center for our patients, residents and community.” It was also noted that “He always keeps the patients and residents in mind with all he does. Jay takes great pride in his work.”
Antrim has been an employee since 2014 when he was hired full-time as a cook in the nutritional services department. “I work with a great group of people,” said Antrim, “and to be considered the Employee of the Year is an honor.”
Overall, there were nine nominees for Employee of the Year. Pictured with CEO Carl Behne, from left to right: Mary Ann Wright (business office director), Amy Becker (nutritional services director), Jay Antrim (nutritional services cook), Sandy Atkinson (quality management/patient experience director), Andrew Woodley (facilities management supervisor), Maria Bretey (Long Term Care RN), Deb Schoon (Long Term Care MDS coordinator), Charlene Wolfe (patient transporter) and Hollie Roberts (Foundation/Ever Greene Ridge/Auxiliary director).