January 28, 2020 – Southeast Georgia Health System recently presented
BEE Award to Cindy Butler, RT(R), in recognition of her willingness to go the extra
mile for her patients and team members.
A radiologic technologist in the Health System’s
Immediate Care Centers, Butler was nominated for the BEE Award by fellow team members.
Excerpts from the nomination included, “Cindy provided support to
the Immediate Care Center team when a patient with a saw blade injury
to the abdomen presented to the St. Simons Island Immediate Care Center
parking lot. She assisted the nurse and physician with composure and competence
under pressure. Her role in providing this support may have saved the
patient’s life. It is so important to recognize the importance of
the whole team in providing excellent care to our patients. Cindy’s
willingness to grab supplies, take vital signs and assist with the patient’s
stabilization until the ambulance arrived made all the difference.”
Butler was presented with a
BEE Award plaque and certificate by
Katie Wood, vice president, Physician Practices, in front of her peers and Health
System leadership. She also received a BEE pin and a bouquet of yellow tulips.
Southeast Georgia Health System recently implemented the BEE Award to honor
and recognize team members outside of nursing who go Beyond Exceptional
Expectations. These team members provide extraordinary experiences for
our patients, their families and visitors by exemplifying quality service
and extraordinary care. Those eligible for the BEE Award include all Southeast
Georgia Health System team members and volunteers outside of nurses (RNs
and LPNs may receive the
Anyone may nominate a deserving team member for a BEE Award online at
sghs.org/bee-award, or nominations may be placed in BEE boxes located throughout the Health
System’s Brunswick and Camden campuses. A committee of Health System
team members review the nominations and determine the BEE Award recipient(s).