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May 2012

Lee Rogers, RN

Nursing Education Department

Lee Rogers"Patient, thorough, positive... and every answer comes with a smile!" This is how coworkers describe the professionalism and enthusiasm of Lee Rogers, RN, our May Star Performer of the Month.

Lee began her career at Lowell General Hospital over 23 years ago as a nurse's aide and has been a valued and dedicated member of nursing team. In her current role as Nursing Informatics Specialist, she interfaces with staff members on many levels, as she assists in the building, implementation, training and maintaining of Elmer, our electronic medical record. Lee is known for her strong multi-tasking skills while seeing to the many needs of others. She always ensures that her communication with nurse managers and hospital employees is clear, concise, and easily interpreted.

"Lee treats every issue as if it were the most important issue of the day," says Linda Elliott, MSN, RN-BC, Director of Professional Development. "She is just as interested and accountable for the integrity of the data and construct of Elmer today as she was when we went live with our first phase back in 2007."

"Lee has been extremely supportive to the Meaningful Use Project, as nursing is the first in line when it comes to capturing clinical data needed for reporting," says Marie Voltaire, Senior Applications Analyst, Information Services Department. "She always extended her help to other departments involved, to ensure everything came in up to par."

Lee lives in Lowell with her two daughters Arianna and Sheridan. Outside of work she enjoys reading, going to the beach, volunteer work, taking long walks and spending time with her children and extended family.

Congratulations, Lee. You're A Star!

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