Olympic Medical Center lauds workers for efforts
Olympic Medical Center recently honored employees for the implementation of Lawson, the electronic finance, payroll, accounts payable, purchasing and human resources system. From left are Joel Lewis, finance; Mary Square, finance; Linda Landvik, human resources; Heather Delplain, human resources; John Beitzel, board president; Jennifer DeCou, accounts payable; Darryl Wolfe, finance; LeAnn Parr, purchasing; Mark Patton, purchasing; and Eric Lewis, CEO. Not pictured is Cathy Martineau, payroll.
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“Second only to Epic, the implementation of Lawson was one of the most significant undertakings for OMC and hugely impacted our finance, purchasing and human resources staff,” said Eric Lewis, OMC chief executive officer, in a statement.
“On behalf of administration and the board, we honor these nine employees for going above and beyond their standard roles in an effort to ensure this transition had minimal impact on our employees. Each embraced this change and devoted significant time and energy.”
The nine employees recognized were LeAnn Parr and Mark Patton of purchasing, Cathy Martineau of payroll, Jennifer DeCou of accounts payable, Heather Delplain and Linda Landvik of human resources, and Joel Lewis, Mary Square and Darryl Wolfe of finance.
Also recognized Wednesday were registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator Vickie Everrett for outstanding patient care, and retiring human resources employee and labor relations coordinator Laura Joshel.
“Vickie performed exceptionally well during a period of several months when she worked as the only dietitian and diabetes educator for OMC where we previously had three,” Lewis said.
Of Joshel, Lewis said: “Laura has always been above reproach in her role, and she is very well-respected for handling numerous labor contract negotiations with skill, professionalism and an enduring commitment to obtaining a fair and equitable outcome.”
Last modified: August 15. 2013 10:48PM