L to R:  Dr. Scott Norris-Orthopedic Surgeon, Teresa Urquhart-Chief Executive Officer  
 
Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center recently announced its 4th quarter awards for their Employee, Nurse, and Physician of the Quarter.    
Employee of the Quarter: Tammy Levasseur: Chest Pain Neuroscience Stroke Program Manager
Nurse/Daisy Award Winner of the Quarter: Becky Avseck: Registered Nurse 
Physician of the Quarter: Dr. Scott Norris-Surgery Chairman for PBGMC-Orthopedic Surgeon  
 
Tammy Levasseur has been a registered nurse for over 30 years, and is a valuable employee of Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center since 2009. She works closely with senior leadership, and physician advisor to enhance our Stroke and Chest Pain program offerings. Tammy currently servesas the Chest Pain Neuroscience Stroke Program Manager. In this role, she manages the programs data, monitors patient outcomes, serves as a clinical resource, and continues to develop protocols, policies, and procedures based on clinical practice guidelines. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Becky Avseck started at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center in 2013.  She has dedicated her career at the hospital developing a pathway to train new nursing hires.  Becky serves as the assistant nurse manager on day shift where she mentors, coaches, and coordinates, care on the unit, and ensuring all nurses have the support, and resources needed to care for their patients during shifts.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dr. Scott Norris has been treating patients in Palm Beach County since 2000.  He practices general orthopedics with a specialization in sports medicine orthopedics.  His fellowship training allows him to treat complex injuries of shoulder, knee, hip, foot, and ankle. His special interests include: Total Knee and Hip Replacements, Arthroscopic and Open Knee Ligament Reconstruction, Cartilage Injuries of the Knee (OATS), Arthroscopic and Open Shoulder Reconstruction, Rotator Cuff Repair, Ankle Arthroscopy.
 
 We congratulate all of our winners who show hard work and dedication to the patients and to the hospital each day.