Wednesday, October 17, 2012

St. Luke’s lab manager wins company award

Sandra Jussel honored for ‘exemplary’ performance

Express Staff Writer

Sandra Jussel

St. Luke’s Wood River patients can rest assured that their lab work is in “dedicated” hands.

Medical technologist Sandra Jussel, St. Luke’s Wood River’s laboratory manager, recently received a St. Luke’s 2012 Presidents Award for “exemplary” performance, according to a St. Luke’s Wood River news release.

The Presidents Award is given to St. Luke’s employees across the entire St. Luke’s Health System who exemplify significant “dedication,” “performance” and “contributions,” the release states. Each year, the entire staff of a St. Luke’s hospital may nominate a colleague who demonstrates those attributes. The leadership staff members then vote on the nominations.

“It is a distinct honor to be nominated by one’s peers and then selected for this prestigious award for exemplary performance above and beyond the expectations of [one’s] job,” St. Luke’s Wood River CEO Cody Langbehn said.

Jussel was one of 14 St. Luke’s employees to receive the Presidents Award this year. She has worked for St. Luke’s for 14 years.

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