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September 2012

Sandy Carbonneau

Environmental Services Department

Sandy Carbonneau"Sandy is a tireless worker who brings her 'A game' into work each and every day." This is how co-workers describe Sandy Carbonneau, our September Star Performer of the Month.

Sandy began her career with Lowell General in 2005 in the Environmental Services Department, and also has worked as a Patient Sitter. Currently, she is responsible for keeping our main campus Emergency Department clean, stocked, and ready for the steady flow of patients. Colleagues praise her positive attitude and meticulous attention to detail, and note that she is a glowing example of what a team player should be.

Staff in the Emergency Department commend Sandy on her ownership and accountability, declaring the department 'never shines so bright' as when Sandy is working. She keeps the area immaculate, and often anticipates the needs of the nurses and physicians. For example, she will ask to be called (even while she's on break) to make sure patient areas are all cleaned before they arrive. Sandy follows through on all her tasks, sometimes staying beyond her shift to make sure they are completed to perfection. In addition to her hard work ethic, Sandy is always smiling and makes it a point to say hello to others.

"We feel lucky to have Sandy as a member of the Environmental Services team, and can think of no one more deserving of this award," says Rick Lundstrom, Director of Environmental Services.

Sandy lives in Lowell and enjoys reading and spending time with her children, seven grandchildren, and her great granddaughter, taking trips with them to the beach and Canobie Lake Park.

Congratulations, Sandy. You're a Star!

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