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August 2006

Maureen Coulter

Radiology Department

Star Performer, Maureen CoulterA "roll-your-sleeves-up problem solver" is how co-workers describe Maureen Coulter of Radiology, our August Star Performer of the Month.

As Administrative Assistant in the Radiology Department for the past two years, Maureen has given new meaning to the term "team player". She juggles many duties and wears many hats as she supports the administrative needs of Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, Transcription, Customer Service, X-Ray, as well as the entire staff of radiologists.

"Maureen has a lot of people to please, and she always takes initiative in helping out in any way she can," says Mammography Supervisor Rebecca Uphold, RT, R, M. Rebecca describes Maureen as having a special talent in making patients feel comfortable. She always puts patients as ease-whether it's getting them a warm blanket, easing their anxiety, or offering them comforting words.

Maureen is known for taking active roles in new processes to help the department meet its goals. Recently, she helped coordinate the installation of the new critical reporting system, Vocada Voicelink. She also oversees the current construction projects in the department.

Maureen brings this same drive and dedication to her volunteer work. This year, she helped coordinate the entertainment for LGH's TeamWalk for CancerCare. She also represented LGH as a professional in the workplace by working with the Junior Achievement Program at Lowell High School.

Maureen resides in Dracut where she loves to spend time with her two granddaughters. She is also an avid pool player, and plays in two local leagues with her father.

Congratulations, Maureen. You're a Star!

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