NASA Contractor InoMedic Honors Employee Of the Year

By  //  January 12, 2013

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BREVARD COUNTY • KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA – NASA medical and environmental services contractor InoMedic Health Applications has selected Rosemarie Wright as their Employee of the Year for 2012.

Rosemarie Wright of Melbourne has been honored by NASA medical and environmental services contractor InoMedic Health Applications as its Employee of the Year for 2012. (Image courtesy of InoMedic Health Applications)

Wright is a resident of Melbourne and has worked at Kennedy Space Center for more than 20 years.

“She is a recognized expert in food safety and sanitation programs and provides technical support to NASA and United States Air Force public health programs,” said Mark Patton, Vice President for Programs for InoMedic Health Applications.

He said that for the past several months, Wright has worked tirelessly to assist in a smooth transition of food services contracts and continues to assist in this effort.

“She has provided reviews for renovations of food service areas and provided expertise in development of food safety procedures,” Patton said. “One written food plan was so comprehensive that the vendor is planning to use it as a training aid and operational guide across the state, while a similar plan provided to another vendor was so well received they plan to use it for their food operations across the country.

“Her attitude and professionalism have reflected well upon Inomedic Health Applications,” Patton said. “It is because of her ability to support the food vendors in a way that they can understand what’s expected at KSC that has helped to make their procedures a part of their daily food operations and ensured continued food safety for everyone.”

InoMedic Health Applications is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business with specialized employees who provide medical, occupational health and environmental support to the NASA, the Department of Defense, and commercial companies in the aerospace industries.