Midtown Congratulates Sandra Castellano

CONGRATULATIONS 
TO
Sandra Castellano

MIDTOWN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
September 2017

Sandra was nominated for:

  • Taking pride in her job
  • Being a team player, never hesitating to help others
  • For caring, showing up, working hard, listening, being available and for her integrity
  • Being friendly and willing to help and teach
  • Positive attitude
  • Her respect for Midtown, her co-workers, and doctors and patients
  • Helping out in the Billing Office by searching for charts
  • Her smile
  • Her knowledge and expertise with Midtown processes

One of our Doctors wrote: She is the best! She takes excellent care of my patients and me, she makes things run smoothly.

As an expression of our appreciation for being an outstanding employee, Sandra received a Target gift card in the amount of $200.00. She will also be attending the Colorado Women’s Chamber luncheon in October as Midtown’s guest.

Andrea Stribling was nominated for covering in a co-worker’ absence for a few days. Thank you for making time to help out and keeping a positive attitude, “you are awesome!”.  Anilu Rivera-Pilado was nominated for stopping what she is doing to assist others in need of help. “Thank you!” She was also nominated for helping out with rooming other doctor’s patients and she was nominated a 3rd time for helping room patients without being asked, “you are a big help!”.  Brittaney Wade was nominated for helping the billing office resolve issues and for doing it with a smile.  She was also thanked for communicating with the billing office.   “Great teamwork!”.  Christie Sanchez was nominated for help with filing charts. Christine Alvarado was nominated for the help she was in training Christie.  Diana Roque was nominated 4 times!   She was nominated for helping others, even when she is busy, taking time out of her day to put out fires, for being awesome to work with and for her positive attitude.   She was also nominated for being hardworking, helpful and a good employee. Another nomination was for her always being busy, always helping and always explaining. She was nominated a 4th time for being the “go to person”, being awesome and constantly helping others. Grace Roberts was nominated for her job well done in assisting during an x-ray.  Hannah Wolinsky was nominated for her attention to detail with the all the paperwork she reviews and she was thanked for doing such an awesome job with the drug screens and physicals.  Indhira Skaggs was nominated for being one of the most helpful people in the clinic. 100% professional. The patients trust her and are comfortable with her and no matter what she is asked, she is willing to help.  She is very positive and brightens Midtown and she deserves recognition. Israel Viurquez was nominated for loving what he does, even after all these years.  He truly is a team player! Jasmine Herrera was nominated for cheering every one up!   Laurie Callahan was nominated for coming in early to clean the refrigerator on her time off, (now that is an unpleasant task). Michael Brown was nominated for being “awesome” and for always being willing to help. He was also nominated for helping with drug screens, even when he has his own doctor. He was nominated a 3rd time for being an amazing role model and all out great supervisor! Monica Flores was nominated for being a stellar employee.  She is here every day with a good attitude and handles her position with efficiency and expertise. “Thank you, Monica, job well done!”.  She was also thanked for going above and beyond, always smiling…love it!!!  She was nominated a 3rd time for constantly helping with organizing charts, being willing to help out at the front desk and for her professionalism. Myra Morales was nominated for helping with drug screens with a positive attitude “Mayra is a rock star”.   Portia Berrey was nominated for being such a great addition to Midtown, “Thanks for being a team player!”.   Ruby Radilla was nominated for making time to help others when we are busy.  She was also nominated for helping with obtaining claim numbers under busy circumstances. She was nominated a 3rd time for offering to help at the front desk first thing in the morning.  Scarlett Rendon was nominated for being awesome with the drug screens and for always helping out. Silvia Pineda was nominated for being on top of getting the drug screens and physicals off the wall, she is never standing around as she always stays busy.   Vanessa Peterson was nominated for being such a hard-working person, Midtown is lucky to have you.  She was also nominated for being a pioneer with the Electronic Medical Records system and perfecting her skills.

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