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Cameron Donahue honored with BEE Award

June 02, 2023 

Cameron Donahue
HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital presented the quarterly Being Extraordinary Everyday (BEE) Award to Cameron Donahue, environmental services. 

Donahue was nominated by a colleague who noted how he is always a delight to talk to. They stated, “Anytime I see Cameron, he is hard at work either taking trash, linens or other waste to the back dock. I have never seen Cameron sitting unless he is at lunch. He embodies all four of the HSHS values. Cameron respects the hospital and its staff and treats everyone well.” The nomination went on to note that Cameron shows competence in his job because of his proactive approach and is always a joy to be around. “He may not be directly responsible for patient care, but he is carrying out a job that is required to care for patients the way we do.” 

In addition to Donahue, 14 other St. Elizabeth’s colleagues received nominations this quarter.

The BEE Award was established to recognize colleagues outside of nursing who go beyond expectations of their daily work to exemplify the hospital’s Mission and deliver outstanding service to patients. Distribution of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital’s BEE Award is made possible through funds provided by HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Foundation.

Nominations for future BEE and other awards at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital continue to be accepted. Patients and visitors are encouraged to share and submit their story of witnessing excellent and compassionate care from staff. Award descriptions and an online nomination form can be found here.
Cameron Donahue honored with BEE Award