According to corporate leadership & motivational business speaker, Art Turok, “There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when circumstances permit. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses, only results.”

 The Laboratory Staff at Braxton County Memorial Hospital has proven their ongoing commitment to their coworkers and the community many times over the past several years. By conducting a free Employee Lab Screening the week following the semi-annual Rotary / Lab Screening, held in conjunction with the Braxton County Rotary Club, 332 community members and 101 hospital employees obtained beneficial results to review with their healthcare providers. Continuing with tradition, the Laboratory Department assumes responsibility for these events prior to National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week, preferring to honor their profession by confirming their dedication to others. The pictures below reflect more than just an ‘interest in doing something’. The commitment exemplified year after year by the Laboratory Staff and the sequential results are greatly appreciated at BCMH!

Medical Lab Technicians, Jennifer Bourn, Liz Mollohan & Mary Tinnel work to ensure the continued success of the semi-annual Rotary / Lab Screening on April 12, 2014. During the lab screening event for employees, Lab Assistant, Tisha Stanley, draws blood from Amanda Dorsey (Med Surg) and Amy Frame, Medical Lab Technician, draws blood from Travis Jagielski (Information Systems). (Pictured on the previous page) Lab Assistant, Katie King, draws blood from coworker, Tisha Stanley. Special thanks to employees, Auxiliary members, students, Rotary & community members who worked to make both events a huge success! 

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