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      The Health Partners of Western Ohio will be providing the COVID-19 vaccine to LMH staff on Wednesday, March 10, 2021.

      Please note the following details:

      • Location:  2821 Nebraska Avenue (former BETCO building).
      • Time:  9am – 5pm
      • Bring insurance card* and valid driver’s license   *You will not be charged or billed for the vaccine.  The insurance information is necessary for HPWO to bill for the administrative fees.
      • Names will be provided to HPWO and you will be directly contacted by their agency to schedule you for your specific time slot.
      • Family members may also be able to receive the vaccine.  When you are contacted with your appointment time, provide the representative with the family members’ name and phone number.  If there are slots available on the scheduled date, the family members will be contacted with an appointment time.
      • Currently, either the Moderna or Pfizer 2-dose vaccine will be offered.  The Johnson & Johnson 1-dose may be available by the time of the scheduled date.

      Sign-up Instructions:  Please provide me with your name and primary phone number by COB today.

      Managers, please forward this information to your staff who do not regularly access their email.  This information will also be posted to the Employee Portal and group text alert.

      Thank you.

    • Good afternoon,

      It gives me great pleasure to announce our first Star Award winners:  Nida Ammar and Serina Garmon

      Nida’s nominator stated,

      “Nida has taken extra initiative above and beyond the scope of her regular duties and responsibilities by reviewing templates for client correspondence, policies and procedures and correspondence to staff by providing feedback and suggestions to improve the content and message of the documents. She was also able to provide valuable information and feedback on the quality of the Limited English Proficiency translation and interpretation services the agency receives from our vendors, which is important for ongoing continued compliance. She is passionate about language and it shows in her dedication to quality service and the care and attention to the needs of the residents and the community. Her feedback helps LMH provide a better quality of service by making the written content easier to understand and the message more cohesive.

      Co-workers expressed the following, “Nida is a great asset to I.T. and LMH."  "She is an awesome human being and a beautiful soul."   Nida is an absolute pleasure to work with and she has an exemplary work ethic and commitment to the mission and vision of the agency.”

      Serina was selected for her recent interaction with a former resident ~

      A resident was known to walk numerous miles daily all around town. While walking in inclement weather one day, the resident ended up in the hospital.  Concerned that she had not seen the resident, Serina began to investigate.  She tried calling numerous nursing homes, tried to locate family and friends, even going so far as to ask his storage company to check their surveillance cameras to see if he had been there.  She attempted to file a missing person’s report with no luck because she was not his next of kin, and sadly, she even called the Coroner’s office.

      She later discovered that he was placed by the hospital into a nursing home.  After several phone calls, she found him and was able to make a visit to check on him at which time she learned he had been assigned a guardian by the State.  It was agreed that the resident did not need to be permanently placed into a nursing home; however, because of  his proud nature and independence, the resident refused to agree to having assistance upon his release.  Serina continued to visit with him, encouraging him to accept the home assistance in order for him to return home.  Unfortunately, the nursing home informed her he is now under their care permanently and her responsibility of being his social worker had ended.

      Serina’s manager expressed how touched she was by her diligence and all the love shown to the resident and how she sought after him as if he were family.

      Serina truly exemplified the meaning of working with a Sense of Compassion.

      Congratulations to these STAR employees and may you continue your awesome work for LMH.

    • Attention Team,

      As announced in last month’s All Staff meeting, we have begun the process for the new LMH 2021 Employee Recognition Programs.  The guidelines for the Employee of the Month are attached for your information and future reference.  Remember, these programs were developed based off your feedback.  It is our hope that everyone will put forth their best effort to make these programs a success.

      So, what’s next?  Do you know someone that meets the criteria for EOM?  If so, complete the attached LMH Employee of the Month Nomination Form and return by the 22nd.*  Be sure to provide specific details to support the nomination listed on the attached program overview.  Nomination forms should be submitted either by email or inter-office mail to Human Resource Department.  Please note, a staff member cannot nominate themselves.   

      If you have any questions regarding the program, please feel free to contact me.

      *The regular deadline is the 20th of each month; however, due to the holiday, this month’s deadline is extended to the end of the week.

      Thank you.

      Employee of the Month Nomination Form

      Employee of the Month Guidelines

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