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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Barnes recognized for laboratory professional contributions

Citizens Memorial Hospital Laboratory Services Point of Care Coordinator Jacquelin Barnes, MT (ASCP), has been named to the Cardinal Health Laboratory Excellence List 2020.

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Contacts:

Tamera Heitz-Peek
417-328-7245
theitz@citizensmemorial.com

Jacquelin Barnes, MT (ASCP)

The list recognizes clinical laboratory professionals who are making impactful contributions to the profession from improving processes to increasing awareness, demonstrating leadership and more.

Barnes has worked in health care for more than 20 years. In 1992, she received her teaching certificate and taught science at Dadeville R-II School District for 19 years. She returned to the laboratory profession at CMH in 2011 as Point of Care Coordinator, serving as a technical consultant over clinic labs and training of new hires. Five of Barnes’ students from Dadeville now work at CMH.

The Cardinal Health Laboratory Excellence List is a peer-nominated recognition and honors those who are making impactful contributions to the profession in on one of three nomination categories: efficiency, advocacy and patient care.

PHOTO: Jacquelin Barnes, MT (ASCP)

May 21, 2020

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Barnes recognized for laboratory professional contributions

Jacquelin Barnes, MT (ASCP)

Citizens Memorial Hospital Laboratory Services Point of Care Coordinator Jacquelin Barnes, MT (ASCP), has been named to the Cardinal Health Laboratory Excellence List 2020.

The list recognizes clinical laboratory professionals who are making impactful contributions to the profession from improving processes to increasing awareness, demonstrating leadership and more.

Barnes has worked in health care for more than 20 years. In 1992, she received her teaching certificate and taught science at Dadeville R-II School District for 19 years. She returned to the laboratory profession at CMH in 2011 as Point of Care Coordinator, serving as a technical consultant over clinic labs and training of new hires. Five of Barnes’ students from Dadeville now work at CMH.

The Cardinal Health Laboratory Excellence List is a peer-nominated recognition and honors those who are making impactful contributions to the profession in on one of three nomination categories: efficiency, advocacy and patient care.

PHOTO: Jacquelin Barnes, MT (ASCP)