Erlanger Honors 3 Employees For 45 Years Of Service; 515 Recognized At Annual Awards Ceremony

Thursday, September 13, 2018
Pat Eller accepts her award for 45 years of service from Kevin Spiegel and Dr. William Jackson
Pat Eller accepts her award for 45 years of service from Kevin Spiegel and Dr. William Jackson
Erlanger Health System recognized 515 employees for their years of service, ranging from five to 45 years of employment with the Chattanooga-based healthcare system, on Sept. 6 at their annual awards ceremony. 
 
Erlanger employees recognized for 45 years of service this year were Pat Eller, Angela Price and Tommy Cook. Eight employees, Theressa Anderson, Terie Bland, Reb Cabeen, Curtis Cox, Shelia Hall, Linda Hartman, Janet McPherson and David Trillet, were honored for 40 years of service. Eleven associates celebrated 35 years and 27 were recognized for 30 years. 
 
Erlanger Chief Administrative Officer Gregg Gentry said, “We could not accomplish our goals and deliver world-class care without our extraordinary workforce.
It always means a lot to our organization to be able to recognize our longtime employees for their hard work and commitment to improving the level and availability of healthcare to the many communities we serve.”
 
Every year Erlanger honors those who have reached a five-year milestone of service to the six-hospital health system.  "The annual service awards event honors those who have dedicated countless hours to help make Erlanger what it is today. Many of those honored at the 2018 ceremony shared words of wisdom and appreciation for their hospital and for the coworkers who helped make Erlanger a great place to work," officials said.
Kevin Spiegel and Britt Tabor give Shelia Hall her 40 years of service award on Sept. 6
Kevin Spiegel and Britt Tabor give Shelia Hall her 40 years of service award on Sept. 6


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