Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center named Heather Doran of Buena
Vista its fourth-quarter TRAC STAR at a hospital ceremony on Jan. 28.
TRAC STAR is an acronym for the core values that guide HRRMC employee performance:
teamwork, recognition, attitude, customer service, safety, talent, accountability
and respect. The TRAC STAR award recognizes outstanding employees and
is presented quarterly.
Doran has worked at HRRMC since 2013. She currently serves as an imaging
technologist and according to her department manager, Duane Johnson, she
has been “instrumental in the hospital’s CT and MRI programs
with providing great patient care along with quality imaging.”
According to the employee who nominated Doran for TRAC STAR, “Heather
is very compassionate with her patients and is always willing to take
the extra time in making patients comfortable, especially in MRI exams.
She is always advancing her skills and learning new things to be a stronger
Hospital CEO Bob Morasko presented Doran with a $200 gift check, a jacket
with the hospital's TRAC logo, and a certificate to be professionally
photographed. A plaque with her photo will be displayed in the hospital
Morasko also acknowledged the other two award finalists, Lab Phlebotomist
Raven Stubbs of Buena Vista and Environmental Services Technician Kathy
Domjanich of Salida.
Stubbs’ nominator said, “She is sensitive to patients’
unique needs…and is attentive to what they have to say.”
Domjanich was acknowledged for her important contribution to patient care
and safety. “She keeps things clean so not to spread infection throughout
the hospital,” said her nominator.
HRRMC employees can nominate any of their colleagues for the TRAC STAR
award. Members of the hospital's Communications Team review all nominations,
and then cast individual ballots to determine the finalists and winner.
All finalists are eligible to be named TRAC STAR of the Year.