In July, 2022, Eagle Health, LLC, a Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) subsidiary, received notice from the customer about outstanding Eagle Health team members on the U.S. Army Audiology Contract. Three Eagle Health employees stood out, Michael (Adam) Farley, Mary Koivogui, and Darin Hall. Each employee was recognized for their expertise, dedication, and willingness to exceed expectations. As a result, in August, Eagle Health presented each participant a Cape Fox Tinàa Award for Employee Excellence. This award is presented to employees who stand out for their dedication, performance, dependability, productivity, and attitude. The Fort Campbell team has distinguished themselves from others and are an asset to Eagle Health and Cape Fox.
The Lead Hearing Technician at Fort Campbell, an Army base on the Kentucky/Tennessee border, reached out directly to the contract Program Manager, Courtney James, to state in laudatory terms how he values and appreciates the Eagle Health team’s support. The Eagle Health technicians support the Hearing Program Office which provides hearing readiness testing, earplug fittings, hearing aid fittings, and diagnostic audiology evaluations.
Adam Farley is the clinic’s in-house specialist. The Lead Hearing Technician said he can “pretty much do anything.” Adam does Communications Earplug (CEP) molds for the clinic, along with completing fit testing on the molds when they arrive. His expertise has been invaluable and he has used his knowledge to teach the Lead Technician how to do CEP molds as well. The clinic Lead stated that Adam’s experience and professionalism led him to choose Adam to represent the clinic on a Mobilization Force Generation Installation mission in Fort McCoy during which his support was crucial to the success of the mission. Adam went above and beyond by also helping assist Occupational Health at Fort McCoy see an influx of patients that were reservists. He puts patients first and ensures he gives great customer service.
In his personal life, Adam is a single father who enjoys spending time with his kids. They are often found riding motorcycles on trails or searching for treasure and playing in the river. He is also a returned missionary for his church, having served two years in Alaska (including Ketchikan and Saxman). He teaches the 8-11 year-old class at his local ward. He’s an active member of the Tennessee State Guard, providing training to other branches of the military. He’s a licensed hearing instrument specialist and a certified basic life support instructor providing training to members of the community. He is a Brigham Young University-Hawaii Alumni.
Darin Hall, per the Lead, has been the clinic’s expert on conducting range inspections. He has been to every inspection the clinic has supported and has been a huge asset and a main reason the clinic has had the ability to conduct the inspections. Darin’s dedication is evident.
Darin loves working with active duty and veterans alike. Being able to help those that protect our country is the highest of honors for him. He is truly grateful to be able to make things easier for his customers as well as his employers.
According to the Lead, Mary Koivogui was an important part of launching the clinic’s annual hearing health education program. She studied extensively to learn the health slideshow and practiced giving the briefing at the theater which allowed the clinic to be ready to brief any requesting clinics. Mary is tremendously dependable.
Mary has one daughter and a four-year-old grandson who are the loves of her life. In her spare time, she enjoys watching movies, bowling, eating great food, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. She is passionate about giving back to her community and helping those who are less fortunate.
The high-performance level of the three Eagle Health team members on the Audiology contract has made them invaluable to the customer and a remarkable asset to Eagle Health. Thank you, Team!