Julie Loberg, of Randolph, a Registered Nurse (RN) at Osmond General Hospital was recently selected by co-workers as their 2008 Caring Kind recipient.
Kind words include: "Julie
optimism and spirit with others and is a good team player.
encourages, teaches, and supports fellow staff to provide quality, comforting, and genuine care to our patients and their families.
has a good rapport with our physicians and clinics and is accountable for her
duties and responsibilities.
"She is a very caring nurse, always puts the patients first and tries her hardest to meet their demands.
is always one step ahead trying to get things done.
is admired for her
dedication and respected for her
"Loyalty based on twenty eight years of employment, dedication to OGH, and dedication to the nursing field along with her other "jobs" serving as a community EMT, school nurse, and CPR instructor" were other reasons Julie was nominated.
was honored on Friday, October 31st, at the Nebraska Hospital Association (NHA) convention located at the Cornhusker Marriott Hotel and Convention Center
in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Attending the award presentation with Julie were her husband Paul, and daughter Emily, Cindy Kinnison, Director of Nursing and Celine Mlady, CEO of Osmond General Hospital.
truly paints a picture of caring and dedication and exemplifies the theme "The Art of Healing".
28 years of dedication and loyalty to Osmond General Hospital
, 12 years of dedication to the City of Randolph as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), 17 years as a school nurse and her
many years as a CPR instructor, Julie
has and still does deliver a palette of quality health care every day.
Julie was born at Osmond General Hospital to Gerald and the late Patricia Bargstadt.
She was raised on a farm south of Randolph, graduated from Randolph High School and graduated from St. Lukes School of Nursing in Sioux City, Iowa.
She worked at the Lutheran Hospital in Norfolk for one year before joining the staff at OGH in October 1980.
married Paul Loberg in 1980.
Julie joins previous Caring Kind recipients Cathy Pospisil (retired), Lynn Riedmiller, Yolanda Schwanebeck, Diane Hoyt, Deb Schmit, Betty Skalberg (retired), Bonnie Schafer, Elda Cunningham, Jolene Moes, Joyce Tacey, Carol Schafer (deceased), Pat Schoenauer, Joan Sazama (retired), Audry Johnson (moved from area), Margaret Evans, Mary Ann Bach, Cindy Billerbeck, and Debbie Sporleder.