Upshur County resident Danielle Anderegg named SJMH Employee of the Month

WESTON — Licensed Practical Nurse Danielle Anderegg, of Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital (SJMH)’s Acute Care Department, has been named the June ICARE Employee of the Month at the local healthcare facility.

Danielle’s nominator wrote, “Danielle is always ready to help when and wherever help is needed.  She is always friendly and positive. She is committed to providing excellent care, and in addition, she asks questions when needed and always is willing to lend a helping hand. When the Emergency Department calls she is very helpful and positive. She has already reviewed pertinent information and asks appropriate questions.  The Emergency Department staff enjoy giving reports to her and feel she is always positive.”

Danielle and her husband, Chance, live in Ellamore, Upshur County.  They have three children – Tracen, Wilder, and Junuh.  The family has a wide array of animals including dogs, cats, and rabbits.  Her parents are Robert and Carla Morgan of Mannington, Marion County. She received her LPN training at Green County Career and Technical Center in PA, and is currently working on her nursing degree from Alderson Broaddus University,

She has enjoyed her time at SJMH and noted, “I love working at SJMH.  I spend as much time with my work family as I do with my own family and really enjoy all of my co-workers.”

She loves being able to spend time with her family and animals.

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