This prestigious award is presented annually by the American Board for Occupational Health Nurses (ABOHN) to the individual who achieved the highest score on the previous year’s Case Management (CM) certification examination.
This award was established in January 2000 to honor Ada Mayo Stewart. In 1895, Ms. Stewart was one of the first industrial health nurses in the United States. Her practice at the Vermont Marble Company involved many facets of occupational health case management. She worked in the clinic, provided health education for employees and their families and made home visits. She was the first case manager in occupational health nursing as we know it today.
The 2019 recipient of the Ada Mayo Stewart Excellence Award in Case Management is:
Margaret "Peg" Hauschildt, COHN-S/CM
Peg has over twenty years' experience as an Occupational Health Nurse in leadership and clinical positions. In addition she has specialized Emergency nursing and been Board Certified in College Health. She graduated from Castleton State College, Castleton, VT with an Associate's Degree in Nursing and a Bachelor Degree in Biology. She completed a Community Health Care Management Certificate Program at Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, NH. She is an ABOHN Certified Occupational Health Nurse - Specialist and Case Manager (COHN-S/CM) and a Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist. She is a member of AAOHN, NHOHN, and the Northeast Occupational Health Association.
While working as the Employee Health and Wellness Program Manager for a community-based non-profit agency in Keene, NH, she was active in All Hazard Emergency Planning, Medical Reserve Corp advisory Board and the Infection Prevention Network.
Over the past 5 years Peg has worked for Premise Health as the Health Center Manager at a prominent Corporate Headquarters in Waltham, MA. In January 2020 she transitioned to working with the Premise Health Virtual Team supporting Absence Management.
Peg lives with her husband Karl on a lake in Deering, NH. She enjoys kayaking, swimming, hiking and snowshoeing. She is the proud mother of Christopher, 2014 West Point graduate and Iraq war veteran.
Congratulations Peg, your commitment to your profession is remarkable!