Tampa Bay/Hudson, Florida - Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point announces that Corey Campbell, RN, Neuro Spine, has received this year's Ninth Annual Employee of the Year award. The Employee of the Year is the employee who best exemplifies employee excellence and is recommended by the Employee Advisory Group (EAG). The employee is selected from each of the hospital's employees of the month. The employees of the month in 2015 in alphabetical order were:

  • Teresa Beck - CPRU (Cardiac Pulmonary Rehab Unit)
  • Corey Campbell - Neuro Spine
  • Keith Cotter - Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Diana Henry - Nursing Administration
  • Gregory Howard - Medical Telemetry
  • Michael Madden - Surgery
  • Michael Wayne McDaniel - Emergency
  • Charles Parker - Cardiac Cath Lab
  • Susan E. Schillace - Special Care Unit
  • Gina Tannenbaum - Emergency
  • Anna W. Van Zyl - Pre Admission Clinic

Corey Campbell has a reputation for always providing superior patient care and for being a team player, committed to supporting other >members of the hospital family.

Corey is known for being kind, caring and compassionate when his patients are concerned. What's more, he is always known to be the first to jump in to help a coworker. Nominations for Corey stated, "He is an asset to our team. His worth ethics are above and beyond and he encourages his fellow staff members and will assist whenever the necessity arises…he treats every patient with the care and compassion they deserve."

He is known among his coworkers as always being available to lend a hand as well as taking pride in his work and looking out for the members of his team in addition to the patients. One nomination pointed out how "each morning after report is done he goes to the charge nurse and asks if there is anything he can do before he leaves."

As this year's Employee of the Year Corey received a $250 cash gift award, a coveted front row parking space for a year, and a plaque in his honor.

ATTACHED PHOTO: Corey Campbell, left, poses with CEO Shayne George, who presented him with his award.