Emerson Hospital recently presented Sudbury resident Virginia Lieblein, coordinator of the Healthy Living Program at Emerson’s Integrative Health & Wellness Center, with the Most Valuable People award. The award is part of Emerson’s reward and recognition program, which honors staff for superior job performance.
In the nomination, Lieblein was praised for her tireless effort, dedication and creativity in managing the program which has blossomed under her leadership. She was described as a “team player in and out of the office” who comes in early or works late to meet deadlines and assist co-workers with special projects and events. She arrives to work each day with a smile, and her “exuberance shines all the way through the phone.”
“Virginia’s enthusiasm for her job is evident as she encourages people to exercise and to take control of their health,” her co-worker wrote. “During Emerson’s recent open house dedication of four new classrooms, Virginia was quoted as saying she loves her job and that ‘Emerson is the best place to come for work and to realize your dreams.’ She really means it!”
A wide variety of affordable health and wellness classes are offered at Emerson’s Integrative Health & Wellness Center, which is located at 310 Baker Ave. in Concord. In addition, the Healthy Living Program offers discounts to local retailers and restaurants that support a healthy lifestyle, savings on family events and activities, nutrition advice, fitness tips and other healthy living suggestions. For more information, visit www.emersonhealthyliving.org.
Emerson Hospital is a multi-site health system headquartered in Concord, Mass., with additional facilities in Sudbury, Groton, and Westford. The 179-bed hospital provides advanced medical services to more than 300,000 individuals in 25 towns.
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Caption: Virginia Lieblein (center), coordinator of the Healthy Living Program at Emerson’s Integrative Health & Wellness Center in Concord, is presented with Emerson Hospital’s Most Valuable People award by Christine Schuster (left), president and CEO of Emerson Hospital, and Sharon Knox (right), director of community services at Emerson Hospital. The award is part of Emerson’s reward and recognition program, which honors staff for superior job performance.