Service First Champions Recognized for Going Beyond Expectations

Corporate and Baptist Union County honored their recent Service First Champions for having great attitudes and going above and beyond to help others.

Baptist Union County recognized Robin Algee, an emergency department patient care technician. He was nominated by a manager for going above and beyond for a patient. The manager shared how Robin assisted the patient with getting home after being discharged and made sure the patient had food available until his caregiver arrived.

The manager said, “Robin is always trying to help or do something for someone. He also has a great attitude and a huge heart. This act of service and kindness is more than going above and beyond.”

“Robin’s compassion for others exemplifies what a Service First Champion should be,” said James Grantham, CEO and administrator. “It is outstanding team members like Robin who make a real difference at Baptist Union County.”

Corporate recently honored Marcus Carter as a Service First Champion. Marcus is a specialist-logistics associate in IS Technical Services.

His nominator needed some help with a challenging equipment return. She said, “I immediately had the confidence that I could ask Marcus for assistance with this issue. Without hesitation on his part, with ease, Marcus resolved a complex and challenging issue with extreme insight and a pleasant attitude!”

She continued, “Marcus’ attitude and perception of life in general is what makes it a pleasure every single day to work with him. He gives 100% in everything he does and does it all with class and grace. His presence brings an atmosphere of superlative morale to our department. His humility, his pride in serving our clients, including his colleagues, is totally inspiring!”