Roxanne Hernandez

Terrebonne General Medical Center announced last week that Roxanne Hernandez is its Employee of the Month for February.

Hernandez is an Emergency Department Secretary II – a role she's enjoyed for the past three years, according to TGMC. 

Hospital officials say that the honoree has helped tremendously during a crucial transition and continues to keep the department running smoothly with her organization, efficiency and attention to detail. 

Her communication skills are signifiant as she compiles all meeting minutes with accuracy and communicates them effectively with Emergency Department staff. Hospital employees say she is approachable and is willing to listen.

Roxanne said she's enjoyed her current role, adding that "these three years have been the best yet," for her at the hospital. 

She said she was honored to be TGMC's employee of the month – an honor the hospital gives monthly to employees who dedicate themselves daily to showcasing the outstanding and constant commitment to the well-being of patients, their extended families and staff. 

The Employee of the Month also makes it a priority to live the TGMC mission of providing exceptional healthcare with compassion. The honoree is chosen across any department of the hospital and come from people of all experience levels. 

"I am very proud to be a part of the Emergency Department team," Hernandez said. "I have to say, it never gets boring in the department and I love all the challenges. My favorite thing about my job is having the opportunity working alongside my co-workers. They inspire me and are like family. 

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