Employee Recognition - The Health Ministries Way

The Health Ministries Way

The greatest asset of any organization is its employees. To share the contributions of all employees across the organization, we have initiated “The Health Ministries Way,” an employee recognition campaign that highlights and celebrates St. Augustine Health Ministries’ culture of service excellence and fosters pride in those working within the organization. 

Through this employee recognition program, employees, families, residents and volunteers identify members of the staff who demonstrate “The Health Ministries Way” by going above and beyond what’s required in their job to exemplify the mission, vision and values that make St. Augustine Health Ministries the best place to work and receive care.

Nominations can be submitted online through the link below or by emailing Alicia Mazzi at amazzi@st-aug.org. Written nominations should be placed in the “The Health Ministries Way” box near the reception desk or returned to the Human Resources Department. Candidates will be voted on and winners will be recognized at their respective Ministries location. “The Health Ministries Way” monthly winners will receive a cash gift and a personal day off with pay. In addition, award winners are featured on our website and Facebook page. 

Please encourage staff, residents and families to nominate those employees who go above and beyond what’s required, creating a difference that makes St. Augustine Health Ministries special.

Employee Recognition Form

Our Health Ministries Way Award is presented to a staff member who represents all of the following pillars: 


Respecting the inherent value and worth of each person


Promote healing, provide hope to others through both joy and suffering


Fostering a high-quality workplace


In word and action for the good of others


By exceeding basic job requirements and making residents and patients happy with comfort, love and empowerment


Working well and in cooperation with coworkers throughout the Health Ministries


Accepting and understanding of people who need our help. Taking the extra time to feed, visit, listen, advocate etc.       


Always available and willing to help out when needed, without being asked


Helping to enrich others’ lives