The contest is used as an opportunity for our HCA hospitals to involve staff and their families in safety. The contest requires employees to communicate the meaning of employee safety to their children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews.
This year, 125 posters were submitted for judging. Of these 125, Levi Womack, 8 year old son of Jodie and Randy Womack won first place in the 5-8 Age Group.
Jodie Womack has worked in Radiology at Polk Medical Center for ten years. Levi attends Northside Elementary School in Cedartown. He enjoys baseball, video games, riding bikes, swimming, drawing, Star Wars and Transformers.
Polk Medical Center is a 25 bed critical access facility that began with a Board of Trustees in 1944. Fully accredited by The Joint Commission (TJC), Polk Medical Center has a medical staff of 10 primary care physicians, a number of specialists and consultants, and a staff of approximately 115 employees.
In addition to excellent emergency medical care, Polk Medical Center provides a full range of services including mammography, lab work and x-rays, CT scans, rehab, the senior enrichment center, and other inpatient and outpatient services.
As an HCA facility, Polk Medical Center is also in partnership with Redmond Regional Medical Center in Rome, Georgia.
For more information on Polk Medical Center, visit www.polkmedicalcenter.com.