By: Staff Reports | GwinnettCitizen.com
From L to R: Jeffrey Allen, manager of Environmental Services, takes advantage of a free chair massage from massage therapist Lashita Hall along with EVS associate Yvonne Diabaka and the vice president of GMC-Duluth, Nish Patel during the weeklong celebration and observance of National Environmental Services and Housekeeping Week.

From September 9-15, GMC-Duluth recognized Environmental Services and Housekeeping Week, distinguishing members of the EVS team who work diligently to help maintain the safety and quality of the hospital.

EVS associate Tracy D. Tarber receives a chair massage from massage therapist Lashita Hall.EVS associate Tracy D. Tarber receives a chair massage from massage therapist Lashita Hall.Throughout the week, members of the EVS team at GMC-D were treated to a special item each day, including chair massages, catered lunch, and cake, among other acknowledgment.

"A focus on EVS is essential to our hospital's overall improvement efforts," said Pam Jones, the quality coordinator from GMC-Duluth. "We have placed a priority on reward and recognition of their abilities to connect with patients on a day to day basis as well as ongoing efforts to leverage EVS staff as partners to our clinical care teams."

To find out more about GMC-Duluth, visit the website: https://www.gwinnettmedicalcenter.org/facilities/gwinnett-medical-center-duluth.

Published: 2018-09-19 01:40