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CCMH Recognizes Administrative Professionals

August 02, 2019

CCMH staff collected paper products to donate to the Ministerial Alliance for their Annual Christmas Distribution.

CARROLLTON, Mo. – In celebration of recognizing their employees, Carroll County Memorial Hospital holds departmental appreciation weeks throughout the year. Employees are categorized into five groups, and are recognized during one of these five special weeks.

The third group celebrated was CCMH administration staff. Those included were Leadership Council, Business Offices, Receptionists, Patient Access Representatives, Billing, Health Information, Information Technology, Human Resources, Central Supply and Marketing. Their recognition took place July 15-19 with daily awards and treats.

“I have the pleasure of working with members of the purple badge team on a regular basis,” Jeff Tindle, CCMH CEO, said. “It is an honor to be associated with this very dedicated and professional team each and every day.” 

CCMH employees also held a ‘Christmas in July’ drive in collaboration with the Carrollton Ministerial Alliance. Items collected were paper products that will be donated to local families in need during the annual Christmas Distribution, in addition to the food items and gifts they already receive. The collected donations will assist approximately 175 families.

“Once again, the selfless staff at CCMH have gone above and beyond!” said Pastor Jeremy Payne, Carrollton First Baptist Church. “With ‘Christmas in July,’ they have allowed the Ministerial Alliance Christmas Distribution to expand its giving. Not only will we be able to give food and gifts, now we will be providing household paper goods as well. This will eliminate some of the burden at Christmas in the lives of many families. Thank you for the blessings CCMH.”

Throughout the week, decorative canvases were awarded to five staff members based on votes from fellow employees and CCMH’s values. Michael Schubach received Integrity, Danielle Elliott won Compassion, Kris Kemble was honored with Always, Esther Persinger earned Respect, and Cindy Kipping was awarded Excellence. 

The next group to be recognized is Support Services staff, which will take place in September.

For more information about the services at Carroll County Memorial Hospital, visit our website or call 660-542-1695.

Carroll County Memorial Hospital (CCMH), the area’s premier healthcare resource, is a 25-bed Critical Access facility serving Carrollton and the surrounding communities. It offers 24-hour emergency care, specialized services such as advanced diagnostics, post-acute skilled care (swing bed) and comprehensive family care. CCMH is dedicated to the Health and Well Being of All We Serve. For more information, visit