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Griffin Hospital Celebrates Its Multi-Skilled Technicians Seymour, Oxford residents honored
Story Number is : 073017103
Griffin Hospital

Griffin Hospital Vice President of Patient Care Services Barbara Stumpo, right, awarded Tammy Borkowski, of Oxford, with the Heart of Caring Award and the hospital’s Annual MST Day Celebration.
Christine Moon, of Seymour, received the MST Excellence Award at Griffin Hospital’s Annual MST Day Celebration.
Griffin Hospital recently celebrated its 139 Multi-Skilled Technicians (MSTs) at its Seventh Annual MST Day Celebration.

The MSTs were treated to lunch and raffles as a thank you for their dedication to providing exceptional patient care. MSTs assist the hospital Nursing staff with patient care and are also specially trained in a variety of medical skills, including phlebotomy and EKG.

In addition to the celebratory lunch, Vice President of Patient Care Services Barbara Stumpo gave awards to MSTs who excelled in their roles.

Tammy Borkowski, of Oxford, was awarded the Heart of Caring Award, which is given to a MST who is committed, compassionate, kind and patient-focused, exemplifying the hospital’s Planetree, patient-centered philosophy and representing the ideal MST.

“Tammy always takes time to ensure her patients are comfortable and happy. She humbly performs her job in such a way that patients feel they are loved,” Stumpo said in giving out the award.

Christine Moon, of Seymour, received the MST Excellence Award, which is given to an MST who consistently demonstrates excellent bedside care and professionalism towards patients, and possesses a kind and caring attitude that is reflected to patients, families and coworkers.

“Christine can always be counted on to offer assistance to all her coworkers,” Stumpo said. “She will often assist other MSTs with a task and will educate as she helps them. She is always the first to help patients with anything they need in a competent, caring and respectful manner.”

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