Midtown Congratulates Silvia Pineda

CONGRATULATIONS 
TO
Silvia Pineda

MIDTOWN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
November 2017

Silvia was nominated for:

Always working hard

Having a great attitude

Smiling while she works

Staying busy by cleaning and folding gowns

Being a fantastic co-worker

Treating others with respect

Efficient with drug screen collections

Staying on top of things

Cleaning the patient treatment rooms beds

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

Andrea Stribling was nominated twice for helping with kitchen duty when it wasn’t her week, “Thank You!”  Anilu Rivera- Pilado was nominated for helping with scanning blood work results into EMR. Brittney Wade was nominated for doing an excellent job as a Medical Assistant, for her communication skills and paying attention to detail.  Also, for her positive attitude, for being helpful and friendly. “Keep up the great work Brittney!”.  Diana Roque was nominated for doing a good job with the insurance companies, possessing a high level of professionalism and knowledge.  Being willing to help others. “it is a pleasure to work with a person like Diana”.   Leticia Piria was nominated for her willingness to always help with tasks when she is asked.  Luis Martinez was nominated for keeping busy, and doing a high volume of dug screen collections “like a boss”. Luvia Perez was nominated for being a great receptionist. Always cheerful, nice, approachable and she takes control at her work station.  Mike Brown was nominated with Dr. Reiter! “They are a great team who both go above and beyond with injury care, even when their schedule is full.  They never complain and are great to work with.  Mike was also nominated for doing good job with paying attention to employer requests (details) on protocols.”   Monica Flores was nominated for the terrific job she does with referrals and continues to smile even when at times is frustrated. Ruby Radilla was nominated for being the only one to stay to help a co-worker after hours. Scott Chasse was nominated for picking up laundry from the baskets and cleaning patient rooms.  For cleaning the breakroom kitchen, helping with the Rehab front lobby and seems to know what to do without being asked. “Thank you, Scott,!”.  He was also nominated for being extremely helpful, always looking for something to do without being asked.  He handles the physicals, no shows, front desk and cleans. “Thank You Scott”.  (Yep-Scott got the same verbiage twice!)  Tasha Willis was nominated for doing an extremely accurate job. “Thank You”

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