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North Mississippi Medical Clinics

Employees of the Month

Past Employees of the Year and Employees of the Month:

20162015 2014  • 2013 201220112010

 

Sadaria Dancy photo

Sadaria Dancey

May Employee of the Month

 

Dancy serves as a CLPN at West Tupelo Medical Clinic, where she has worked since April 2015. She is a graduate of Tupelo High School and Itawamba Community College.
“Sadaria always has a smile on her face, and is willing to help,” said a coworker who nominated Dancy. “She is devoted to her patients and making sure they are taken care of at all times. She is a great example of a role model in and outside of work.”


Dancy says her favorite parts of her job are her patients and coworkers. “They make the day easier as we laugh, smile and help our patients feel better,” Dancy said.
She is a member of Shammah Church of God in Christ in Tupelo, where she sings in the choir.


Carolyn Triplett photo Carolyn Triplett

April Employee of the Month

 

Triplett is a medical technologist at Baldwyn Medical Clinic. She joined North Mississippi Medical Center-Pontotoc in 1993. In 2001 she transferred to Med Serve in Tupelo, and then into her current role in 2008. She is a graduate of Shannon High School and attended Northeast Mississippi Community College. She received her medical technology degree from the University of Mississippi.


“Carolyn is willing to help in any area when needed,” said a coworker who nominated Triplett. “She consistently goes above and beyond in her job performance. She helps out other departments, and makes sure patients have everything they need.”
Triplett says her favorite part of her job is caring for her patients and working with her team at Baldwyn Medical Clinic.


She and her husband, Terry, have been married for 45 years. She has two daughters, three granddaughters and another granddaughter on the way. She attends Ozark Baptist Church, where she sings in the choir and teaches 10th-12th grade girls’ Sunday School.


Pamela JacksonPamela Jackson

March Employee of the Month

 

Jackson is a phlebotomist at IMA-Tupelo. She joined North Mississippi Medical Center in the phlebotomy department in 2001, and transferred to IMA in 2007. She is a graduate of Itawamba Agricultural High School. She attended Itawamba Community College and received her bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University.


“Pam is so cheerful and upbeat, and always an encourager to coworkers and patients,” said a coworker who nominated Jackson. “She has a servant’s heart. She thinks about how the patient, family member or co-worker might feel in different situations. She has an infectious smile and a joyous countenance.”


Jackson says her favorite part of her job is the people she gets to work with. “I love my patients and my coworkers, and I love to work with the students who come through for clinicals,” she said. “I love being a servant to others.”


She has two sons and one grandson. She attends Ekklesia Ministries in Corinth, where she serves as an usher and greeter.


Shelly Glenn

Shelley Glenn

February Employee of the Month

 

Glenn serves as office manager at Saltillo Medical Clinic. She has served in that role since September 2002. She is a graduate of Baldwyn High School, and attends Baldwyn First Baptist Church, where she is involved with the apartment ministry. She and her husband, Don, have been married for 36 years and have two children – Carlee, 20, and Cole, 27, who is married to Jamie.


“Shelley is always available when needed and always treats everyone the same," said a coworker sho nominated Glenn. "She is always willing to help and does so with a smile. She has a very warm, welcoming personality and she goes above and beyond to make sure our patients’ needs are met.”