Judy Luker Marsh

USA Health recognizes you! August 13 edition

These employees have been recognized for their leadership, dedication and quality of customer service.

Published Aug 12th, 2019

Employee of the Month

Tahanndra “Keyki” Cunningham, an orthopaedic technician/medical assistant at the Stanton Road Clinic, received the Physicians Group Employee of the Month award for July. Keyki is known for her big heart, mothering spirit and welcoming smile. She is always willing to go the extra mile for co-workers, patients and their children who visit the clinic.


Beacon of Light

Judy Luker Marsh, RN, a charge nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Children’s & Women’s Hospital was named the Beacon of Light honoree for July.

Marsh is described as a “gentle and warm personality” and “an efficient leader with a great sense of humor who can deflate any potential crisis with incredible calm.”

“She has worked really hard to make our unit a nice place to work,” one colleague commented. “If she isn’t taking care of patients or making assignments, she’s usually working to make the unit a better place.”



These University Hospital staff members received three or more Kudos from patients and their families for going above and beyond the call of duty in demonstrating the values of USA Health:


Asia Robinson: Received three or more Kudos from patients and their families!


Tiffany Merritt: Received three or more Kudos from patients and their families!


Afrah Haseeb: “Amazing nurse! She provides great care to her patients.”


Rachael Woodward: “She goes above and beyond for her patients and treats them like family.”


Angela Ezell: “Provides excellent care to her patients.”


Hannah Tibbetts: “She is very sweet, caring and an excellent nurse!”


Daisy Award

Daphne Tew: Clinical nurse III in General Surgery was presented with a Daisy Award on July 25.

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