WESTON, W.Va. – Tiffany Lowther, Cardiopulmonary Rehab employee, has been named the Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial June ICARE Employee of the Month.
Tiffany’s nominator wrote, “Tiffany is a very caring, kind and compassionate nurse. She is very knowledgeable about every aspect of her job. She is always willing to lend a hand to anyone to accomplish what needs to be done. She is more than willing to do things that are not necessarily in her job description to help get things completed more efficiently for the patient as well as fellow coworkers. She always has a smile on her face, and no one is the wiser if she is juggling more than one task at a time. You only need to spend a few minutes with Tiffany to see that she is very deserving of this honor.”
Tiffany is a Lewis County native and graduate of Lewis County High School. She began work at SJMH in June 2001 as a unit secretary and received her nursing degree from Fairmont State College in 2003.
After receiving her degree, she worked in the ICU/Telemetry and Utilization Review Departments before becoming a member of the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Department in 2015.
Her parents are the late Bruce Moore, and Bill and Mary Stump. She and her husband, Kenny, have one son seven-year-old, Jayse. In her spare time Tiffany enjoys camping, reading and gardening.
Nurse Manager, Kristi Gannon, noted, “Tiffany is very organized and efficient and helps our department run very smoothly. During the COVID pandemic, she has helped in so many ways. Tiffany works directly with patients in adult fitness monitoring, stress testing and cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation. She is an excellent and deserving candidate.”