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OLBH awards ‘Good Help’ for fourth quarter

Published 12:00am Sunday, September 1, 2013

RUSSELL, Ky. — Brian Rodehaver is Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital’s (OLBH) fourth quarter Good Help Award recipient for 2013.

Rodehaver works in the hospital’s Information Services Department as the IS technology lead. Rodehaver has been an employee at OLBH for nearly seven years. He is a graduate of ITT Institute of Technology in Dayton where he earned his degree in electronics engineering.

Rodehaver is a member of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, is a certified instructor by Computer Consulting Associates International.

Rodehaver serves on numerous academic advisory boards and committees at the secondary and post-secondary level in Kentucky. He resides in Ashland with wife Karen and daughter Mackenzie.

Initiated by Bon Secours Health System, Inc., the Good Help Award is presented quarterly to an employee who shows respect and caring toward patients, co-workers and visitors. The employee should be a person of honesty and integrity and one who demonstrates justice, stewardship and innovation.

As the Fourth quarter Good Help award winner, Rodehaver is in contention for the overall Dedicated Service Award winner chosen annually from OLBH’s four quarterly Good Help Award recipients.

The recipient of the Dedicated Service Award receives a cash prize and a paid trip for two to Baltimore, Md., to attend an awards banquet to honor the overall Bon Secours Health System Good Help Award winner.

For more information on OLBH, call the OLBH CareLine at (606) 833-CARE (2273) or visit the hospital’s website at


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