MAMC celebrates staff at holiday party

Muleshoe — Almost 100 employees of Muleshoe Area Medical Center (MAMC), Muleshoe and their guests attended the third annual holiday party last week in the Bailey Electric Cooperative meeting room.

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“The party mixed food and fun with the recognition of employees who have achieved employment milestones,” reported Dennis Fleenor, hospital administrator. “It was a great evening.”
Everyone was treated to a feast of bread, salad, pasta and other Italian favorites catered by Café 21. In addition, several rounds of Bingo were played with gift cards taken home by the lucky winners.
During the party, Fleenor recognized five staff members celebrating their 15th, 10th and 5th year of employment at MAMC.
“The holiday season is a great time to thank all of our physicians, advanced practice providers, and hospital and clinic staff for all they do to care for the community and our patients,” said Fleenor. “It is also an opportunity to give special thanks to those who have reached service milestones,” he continued.
The night’s honorees included Tammy Lueras, radiology technician, and Marivel Quintanilla, laboratory phlebotomist, for 15 years of service. Shannon (Street) Carey, health information manger, was recognized for 10 years of service. All 3 employees were given pins, trophies and gift cards to acknowledge their contributions to MAMC.
Five-year pins were earned by Vanessa Ortiz, receptionist and medical assistant at Muleshoe Family Medicine Clinic, and Richard Toscano, housekeeping.
MAMC providers – Bruce Purdy, MD, Christy Lee, RN, FNP-BC, and Kristen Neely, APRN, FNP-C – Muleshoe Area Hospital District board members – Allen Smyer and Zona Gatewood – and Preferred Management representatives – Andy Freeman, president and CEO, Jared Chanski, executive vice president, and Josh Tucker, hospital chief financial officer – joined the hospital and clinic staff for the festivities and the well-deserved thank you to all staff members.

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