Taylor Regional Hospital recently recognized clinical services team member of the year nominees and named its team member of the year.
Nancy McLean-Dix, medical assistant at Taylor Regional ENT, received this year's award.
This was said about McLean-Dix: "Nancy goes above and beyond the call of duty to make sure we are providing the best possible care to our patients. She puts the needs of the patients first no matter what.
"Nancy is always 'on call' for patients, no matter if it's day or night. She calls and checks on them to make sure they don't have questions or need anything. No matter what happens in the office, Nancy is always caring, energetic and enthusiastic.
"She is willing to do whatever is needed for patients and co-workers. Nancy is the right hand of assistance in helping the physicians and allied staff members take care of patients. She represents the values of an outstanding team member and is an asset to Taylor Regional."
McLean-Dix has worked for the ENT practice for 33 years and Taylor Regional Hospital since January 2011.
She is married to Maurice Dix and has two children, Maryann Sapp and John McLean. She has four grandchildren, Ethan Sapp and Clay McLean, Cole McLean and Carlee McLean.
McLean-Dix is a member of Bethel First Presbyterian Church.
Other nominees for the award were Candace Conder and Amber Scott of Taylor Rural Health and June Hoskins of Taylor Regional Care Center.