Skip Gjolberg, President of St. Joseph’s Hospital, and Sister Francesca Lowis, Vice President of Mission Integration, present the VIP Award to Becky Pullen.
Skip Gjolberg, President of St. Joseph’s Hospital, and Sister Francesca Lowis, Vice President of Mission Integration, present the VIP Award to Becky Pullen.

Becky Pullen named VIP at St. Joseph’s Hospital

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – St. Joseph’s Hospital recently honored Becky Pullen with the Valued Inspired Person Award (VIP) for the hospital.  Becky is the Unit Secretary for Emergency and Outpatient Services. 

Becky’s co-workers say she exhibits the values of hospitality, interdependence and trust.  She has a helpful and welcoming attitude toward patients, their families and staff members. She is always willing to help out wherever needed, including stepping up during unexpected call-outs to get the job done. 

“Becky is a phenomenal employee who works diligently to provide support to our patients and her coworkers” said Misti Elmore, RN, Manager of Emergency Services.  She is a true demonstration of the values of St. Joseph’s Hospital.

St. Joseph’s Hospital honors staff members with the Valued Inspired Person Award (VIP) on a bimonthly basis.  The VIP Award is given to those who demonstrate the Christ values of the hospital:  Compassion, Hospitality, Reverence, Interdependence, Stewardship, and Trust. 

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