Roxborough Memorial Hospital Employees Honored at Annual Service Awards Event

Philadelphia, PA (April 28, 2022) –Roxborough Memorial Hospital proudly announces their Annual Employee Service Awards. This year’s event recognized 1,555 total years of service for 2020 and 2021. These honorary employees helped Roxborough Memorial Hospital achieve excellence over the years through their dedicated service.

The service awards provide an opportunity to say “thank you” to the dynamic and innovative employees who touch the lives of patients and staff every day, through their professionalism, commitment to excellence and diligence.

Roxborough Memorial Hospital has always been an employee-focused and patient-centered organization and the hospital places the wellbeing of its employees uppermost on its corporate credo. The awards also celebrate the milestone of a tenure that has been rewarding, enriching and epitomizes an employee’s loyalty to the organization.

Employees, who were recognized after five years of service, will choose a gift with hospital logo from a promotional catalog. All honorees will receive a certificate that can be displayed in their office or home.

This year’s employees who celebrate Roxborough Memorial Hospital anniversaries, measured in five-year increments, from five to forty-five years, include:

2020, Five Years: Jignesh Darji, Donte Timbers, Sandra Pyle, Amber Roskos, Belinda Upchurch, Tracy Jackson-Bunn, Claudia Reiser, Marjorie Shragher, Sylvia Spaeth-Brayton, Shameira Stewart, Aisha Chambers, and Melody Harrison

2020, Ten Years: Jeanne Mcdaniel, Jeffrey Baldwin, Christina M Wilson, Linda Hawkins, Troy Dillette, and Venice Enoch

2020, Fifteen Years: Megan Mccormack, Jomin George, Michael Mcshane, and Adrienne G Mccready

2020, Twenty Years: Patricia M Haraburda, Nicholas Peruto, William Livingston, Judith A Human, Julie Molchen, Margaret Carr

2020, Twenty- Five Years: Michael Gaglianone, John Riviezzo, Gerald Dlugokecki, Gerda Y Stokes, and Priscilla Bermudez

2020, Thirty Years: Barbara J Moser, Mark Bogacki, Joan Gerard, Sharon Crews, and Rita Smith

2020, Thirty-Five Years: Karen Mccormick and Chris Greene

2020, Forty Years: Leslie A Finnegan, Ruth A Wilby, and Felicia D Mitchell

2020, Forty-Five Years: Mary C Marcinek

2021, Five Years: Ekta Sharma, Alvin Alexander, Ijeoma Njoku, Leju Thomas, Cheryl Johnson, Lauren Oleary, Herbert Laguins Jr, Santos Mclaurin, Christopher Carr

2021, Ten Years: Sophia Kleiber, Miriam Powers, Harry Caramanica, Patricia Mcnally, and Linuel Landingin

2021, Fifteen Years: Warren Babcock, Roxanne Moore, Mary E Startzel, Joan Rhodes, Shannon Gehman, Kenneth Nicoletti, Ephraim J Simon, Theresa Pitkin-Walker, Karen Henken, Martha Glaeser, and Jennifer Paugh

2021, Twenty Years: Donna J Soult, Jose D Ramirez, and Daniel J Stimmler

2021, Twenty- Five Years: Rosemary Pastva

2021, Thirty Years: Cynthia Tarver, Sharon R Moore, and Gail Rippert

2021, Thirty-Five Years: Dilip K Nuthulaganti, Frocy Bowser, and Jeffrey Brown

2021, Forty Years: Sandra Shields, Kimberly Williams, Mary A Repholz, and Christine D’angelo

2021, Forty-Five Years: Ann Matsinger

Congratulations to all for their many years of hard work and dedication!

About Roxborough Memorial Hospital- Roxborough Memorial Hospital is a 131-bed community hospital. The hospital has been serving the medical and health care needs of the Roxborough, Manayunk, East Falls and northwest section of Philadelphia communities for more than a century, having first opened its doors in 1890. Roxborough Memorial Hospitals School of Nursing has been educating nurses since 1898. The hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the nation’s oldest and largest hospital accreditation agency. As part of Prime Healthcare Services, headquartered in Ontario, California, Roxborough Memorial Hospital is focused on becoming one of the leaders in technology.

Prime Healthcare is an award-winning hospital management company operating 45 acute care hospitals in 14 states, including Roxborough Memorial Hospital in Philadelphia, Suburban Community Hospital in Montgomery County, and Lower Bucks Hospital in Bucks County.

About Prime Healthcare and Prime Healthcare Foundation: Prime Healthcare is an award-winning health system operating 45 hospitals and more than 300 outpatient locations in 14 states, providing over 2.6 million patient visits annually. It is one of the nation’s leading health systems with nearly 50,000 employees and physicians dedicated to providing the highest quality healthcare. Founded in 2001, Prime Healthcare has emerged as one of the nation’s leading hospital systems. Prime Healthcare was founded by Dr. Prem Reddy, a physician with a mission to save hospitals, improve community healthcare and provide the very best care to patients.

Fourteen of the Prime Healthcare hospitals are members of the Prime Healthcare Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit public charity. Based in Ontario, California, Prime Healthcare is nationally recognized for award-winning quality care and has been named a Top 10 and Top 15 Health System by IBM Watson Health. Its hospitals have been named among the nation’s “100 Top Hospitals” 58 times and have received more Patient Safety Excellence Awards from Healthgrades than any other health system in the past six years. To learn more, please visit primehealthcare .