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Rita Wells: January Employee of the Month at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital

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[January 12, 2013]  Rita Wells of Lincoln has been named the January Employee of the Month at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital. She works as an accounting and payroll technologist.

"Rita makes ALMH a great place to work by her attitude, cooperation and willingness to go the extra mile," said co-worker Les Richert, who nominated Wells for the honor. "She is always ready to assist with solving problems and providing needed information.  Regardless of the nature and complexity of the issue, she always makes you feel like you are the most important task at hand and is focused on your answer. She is always friendly, helpful, empathetic and professional. She makes many other people's jobs easier because she does hers so well."

Wells was born in Hopedale but has lived in Lincoln for 10 years and has been employed by Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital for 18 years. She enjoys her work at ALMH because of her co-workers.

"I think ALMH has the best group of people," she said. "They are fun to work with, and they all truly care about their jobs and the people they serve. I couldn't find a nicer place to work."

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She also enjoys the variety she sees in her accounting work. "Every day brings something new," she said. "There is always a project going on that has a deadline. I enjoy the fast pace and busy work environment."

ALMH is a 25-bed critical-access hospital located at 200 Stahlhut Drive in Lincoln and affiliated with Memorial Health System. ALMH employs 315 in a variety of roles. For more information about ALMH, visit

[Text from file received from Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital]

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