Franny Heater
Franny Heater

Franny Heater named SJMH Employee of the Month

Franny Heater, RN, has been named the Stonewall Jackson Memorial August 2020 ICARE Employee of the Month.

She received her nursing degree from Alderson Broaddus College in 2008 and has worked fulltime at SJMH since then in the Emergency Department. She is a graduate of Buckhannon Upshur High School.

She enjoys her time at SJMH and said, “My co-workers and patients are like family to me.  I truly enjoy coming to work and using my experience and education to help people. We are quite close here in the ED and I like it that way.”

Franny’s nominator had many positive comments about her and explained, “Franny is honest and hard working.  She works extra every week and in multiple units. If co-worker is sick or there is an increase in census, she is there for us. She ensures that all tasks are completed and makes sure that she helps other units who see a surge in workloads.”

The nominator went on to explain Franny’s excellent relationship with her peers, who ask her for help when a crisis arises. She is always willing to lend a hand and share her knowledge.  During these difficult times of COVID-19, Franny worked many extra hours in multiple departments.  She has been a great help during night shift.

Franny is from Upshur County, the daughter of Mary Harper and the late James Heater. In her spare time, she likes spending time with friends and family, reading, cooking, and hiking.

She added, “I enjoy spending time with my boyfriend Jack Hart, and going to his daughter, Kailey’s, softball games when I can.”

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