Company Kudos, February 2018
A month of achievements in Alabama business
The Neuro Critical Care team and neuro surgeon Dr. Chris Hargett, of Southeast Alabama Medical Center, were honored by the SAMC Foundation on behalf of family and friends of a recent patient. The team was presented with a Healing Hands pin in recognition of their compassionate care giving. The foundation’s Healing Hands program allows patients a unique way to say thank you.
The Baker Ober Health Law Group at Baker Donelson has been ranked in the American Bar Association’s Health Law Section’s Fifth Annual Regional Law Firms Recognition list, where it came in second in both the Southern and the Northeastern regions.
Brindley Construction was recognized by the Associated Builders & Contractors of North Alabama with four Excellence in Construction awards for its work on two projects, the Villages of Murfreesboro and the Second Street Church of Christ.
The City of Brewton nabbed the Norman J. Walton Sr. Regional Award from the South Alabama Regional Planning Commission, recognizing its intergovernmental coordination, innovation and benefit to regional quality of life.
Innova Primary Care, of Huntsville, has taken second place in Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama’s Circle of Care Innovation Award program.
Regions Bank ranked no. 1 in customer satisfaction out of all the banks in the 2017 American Customer Satisfaction Index Finance and Insurance Report.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center has received a national Innovator Award from the Association of Community Cancer Centers for its Patient Care Connect Program.
PALCO, of Huntsville, has received two industry certifications, TL 90000 R6 and ISO 9001:2015. Both certifications confirm that PALCO adheres to the most widely applied international standards on quality management systems.
Polaris, in Greenbrier, recently produced its 1 millionth Ranger of its assembly line.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham, in celebration of its 25th year of psychiatric medicine, has broken grown on a new building for the Center for Psychiatric Medicine.