For Immediate Release
Contact: Jennifer Schwartzenberg, Director of Community Outreach and Development, The Outer Banks Hospital, (252) 449-5933
Date: January 29, 2018
Stacy Marshall named Outer Banks Hospital Employee of the Month for January, 2019
Stacy Marshall, Patient Scheduling Coordinator for the Ambulatory Medical Unit, is The Outer Banks Hospital’s January, 2019 Employee of the Month. Marshall joined the Outer Banks Hospital in July of 2016. She moved to the Outer Banks from Redford, Michigan, in 2014.
Marshall fills a multifaceted role in the AMU, and does so with expertise and efficiency. She also serves as a mentor and clinical resource to others. She willingly takes on extra tasks to support the AMU as well as other departments that work with Cancer Services and Cardio Pulmonary Rehabilitation.
A strong team player, Marshall collaborates with others to promote an exceptional patient care experience. She welcomes patients and other team members with a warm, friendly face and positive disposition. She listens attentively and endears her patients with genuine kindness and concern.
Marshall demonstrates compassion for her patients consistently. No matter how hectic her day may be, Stacy is always accommodating and willing to do whatever she can to make a patient’s oncology treatment a bit easier.
Reacting to the news that she was chosen as the Employee of the Month, Marshall stated, “I was so excited by this recognition! It could easily be shared with any of my coworkers as they are amazing people to work with.” She continued, “I’m fortunate to be in a position that allows me to help provide our patients a positive and compassionate experience.”
Pictured, Left to Right: Holly Froehlich, Registered Nurse II; Dawn Boone, Registered Nurse II; Nancy Vanderhoof, Patient Scheduling Coordinator; Courtney Williams, Nurse Team Leader; Marshall; Theresa Smith, Registered Nurse; Amy Montgomery, Senior Administrator of Operations; Angela Matthews, Nurse Navigator; Robin Hearne, Director of Cancer Services and Outpatient Chronic Disease Care; Amber Molton, Registered Nurse III; Kathleen Davidson, Registered Nurse II.