Sally Thompson, NA
Interim HealthCare of Asheville Wins National Client Satisfaction Award !
Congratulations to our Asheville Office. It is a great honor to receive this award. We are all very proud of the work you do and your excellence in providing Home Care Services in the Asheville region.
Denise Bellefeuil-Jenkins, RN, Area Director for Asheville accepting National Client Satisfaction award at Interim HealthCare Clinical Symposium.
Interim HealthCare of North Carolina Sponsors Charity Event Raising $37K for Scholarships
SANFORD – Central Carolina Community College students were the big winners as almost 200 golfers hit the links Sept. 18 for the 24th Annual CCCC Foundation Golf Classic at the Sanford Golf Course.
The golfers aced the event, raising more than $37,000 for the Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization affiliated with, but independent of, the college. It receives donations of money and equipment on behalf of CCCC and uses them to promote the educational mission of the college and assist students through scholarships and grants.
Forty-nine teams of four players each participated in Shotgun Rounds in either the morning or afternoon. Each round had three flights with first, second and third places awarded in each.
“The Golf Classic was simply fantastic,” said Emily Hare, CCCC director for the Foundation and Development. “The weather was perfect, the golf was exciting, and we couldn't have had a better day. A tremendous thank-you to our sponsors, we truly couldn't have done it without you. Every dollar raised goes back to our students, and on behalf of them and our faculty and staff, our sincerest gratitude to each of our sponsors!
Sally Thompson, NA, who works in the Lumberton office of Interim HealthCare was recently selected to receive the National Paraprofessional of the Year award. This award is given to the nominated paraprofessional within the organization who best exemplifies the qualities of the HEART(Honorable, Experience, Ability, Reliability,Training) Profile. This is a prestigious award and has national visibility in the homecare network. We are all very proud of Sally.
Pictured are (l-r) Courtney Oxendine(CSR), Melissa Britt, RN (Branch Manager), Sally Thompson, Amy Strickland, RN (HCS), and Terrie Schubert (Scheduler)
Becky Russ, Corporate Service Center Receptionist, Honored for 15 Years
of Serice to Interim
Becky Russ, receptionist at the Corporate Service Center, was recently honored for 15 years of excellent service to Interim HealthCare. Great job, Becky! Pictured are(l-r) Lou Byrd (owner), Becky Russ, and Steve Smith (strategic advisor)
Marilyn Cannon, Human Resources Manager, Honored for 20 Years
of Service to Interim
Pictured are Steve Smith, Strategic Advisor and former Owner of the Eastern Carolina offices; Marilyn Cannon, HR Manager;
and Lou Byrd, current Owner
Steve Smith With NC PHCAST Project
Manager Susan Harmuth
After Senate Briefing in D.C.
(Thank you Steve for your continuing efforts
to grow our organization)
Great advertising: Look for this boat around the Holden's Beach area! Lou Byrd, Company President and husband Ricky had their boat wrapped.
Wilmington Office Receives Trust Commission Certificate
Photo shows Phyllis Formyduval, RN accepting the trust commission certificate on behalf of the Wilmington office. Pictured are (l-r) Phyllis Nealey, RN (Senior Director of Operations), Phyllis Formyduval, RN (Home Care Supervisor), and Steve Smith (President)
April 25 is Administrative Professional Day!
November is Home Care Month!
Interim HealthCare and Herald Office Supply donate supplies for Teacher's Week
Interim HealthCare and Herald Office Supply of Whiteville recently donated supplies to teachers during a Teachers Week promotion. Pictured are Becky Russ of Interim HealthCare, Rachel Smith and Caroline Smith (both teachers) and Holly Goodwin of Herald Office Supply.
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We are very proud to announce that Interim HealthCare of Southeastern North Carolina had 2 winners in the AHHC Awards.
Association for Home & Hospice Care (AHHC) of North Carolina Winners
They were Gail Sellers, who won the Administrative Support Person of the Year for 2011. Gail is the patient scheduler for the Lumberton branch and she works in the Whiteville Service Center.
Also, we are proud to announce that Linda Roeder, LPN who works out of our Kenansville branch, won the AHHC award for Paraprofessional of the year for 2011. Congratulations ladies -- we are very proud of you!
Several Interim HealthCare Employees participated in Legislative day in Raleigh recently to rally for home care. It seemed to be a very positive experience and some of the participants have stated that they felt they were actually listened to and had a good feeling about having gone.