Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Announces Teen Volunteer Five Star Volunteer Achievement Award Winner
August 14, 2009
Hudson, FL (August 14, 2009) - On August 8, the Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Volunteer Organization announced the winner of their 5 Star Teen Volunteer of the Year Award. The award was presented as part of the Regional Medical Center Bayonet Points Annual Teen Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon & Awards Ceremony.
Jamie Servidio is the recipient of the 2009 5 Star Teen Volunteer of the Year award. Jamie started volunteering in June 2007 and has 423.13 actual hours. She is very soft-spoken, very friendly, very courteous and helpful to patients, visitors and other volunteers. Jamie has the ability to shift back and forth between two different positions (Welcome Center A and Courier) seamlessly as the need arises. From the very beginning Jamie was willing to volunteer on one of the hardest shifts to fill, Sunday mornings. Adults and her peers enjoy working with Jamie because of her demeanor and leadership abilities.
Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point is a 290-bed acute care facility located in Hudson, FL. Home of the nationally acclaimed Heart Institute, over 350 physicians, 900 employees and 500 volunteers comprise their integrated healthcare delivery team. Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point has been designated a 100 Top Hospital seven years by Thomson Reuters and has been named twice (1999 & 2002) by U.S. News & World Report as one of Americas Best Hospitals in Heart and Heart Surgery. It has an Accredited Chest Pain Center, Joint Commission Accredited Primary Stroke Center and an Approved, With Commendation, Community Cancer Program, from the College of Surgeons.
Photo: Left to Right 5-Star Teen Volunteer Award Winner, Jamie Servidic; George Niebler, President of the RMCBP Volunteer Organization.
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