On July 22, 2020, Eagle Health was honored to award Dr. Oluwayomi Adekeye with a Cape Fox Tinàa Award of Excellence. Dr. Adekeye is the Occupational Health physician for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Occupational Health Services Department. She has worked for Eagle Health since 2019, overseeing the Surveillance Programs and is responsible for the occupational health medical care for all FDA employees and contractors.
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On July 21, 2020, Sandra “Sandy” Sandoval received the Cape Fox Tináa Award of Excellence, which is the Cape Fox Employee Appreciation Award.
Sandy has worked at the Defense Health Agency (DHA) since September 2018 as an Accounting Analyst, and her Government leadership recommended her for this award because she always takes initiative, “leans in” whenever needed by her team, and is liked and respected by everyone with whom she works. She was also recognized for her distinguished communication skills.
Cape Fox Corporation and Cape Fox Facilities Services (CFFS) shines an employee spotlight on CFFS employee Alvin Barnes. Alvin is an Operations Specialist on the Defense Communications Army Transmission Systems (DCATS) contract.
Eagle Health, a subsidiary of Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) with a national presence, was awarded an Employee Health and Wellness Services contract by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). The awarded contract has an ordering period of up to five years beginning August 1, 2020. Eagle Health will provide the physicians, nurses, ancillary personnel, administrative staff, management, and technical services necessary to support the NRC in implementing a comprehensive health and wellness services program.
During this pandemic, our Cape Fox Corporation employees who are on the front lines have truly shined a light on the hard work of our employees and the critical work they do everyday. Two of those employees, Concentric Methods employees Carol Lake and Ly-Lan Bergeron, who are part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Scientific Technical and Other Professional Services (STOPS) Program, showed compassion and initiative by volunteering their services.