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Scott Contracting Thanks Midtown

Thank you letter from Scott Contracting

By Denise Pettenger - August 14, 2017

Its always nice to feel appreciated and Scott Contracting did just that with their thank you letter.
Midtown is honored to  participate in many employers events and also contribute to our community.

Midtown Congratulates Roxana Guerrero

Employee of the Month

By Denise Pettenger - August 1, 2017

CONGRATULATIONS 
TO
Roxana Guerrero
MIDTOWN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
July 2017

Roxana was nominated for:
  • Covering kitchen duty when it wasn’t her week
  • Being available to help when you need her
  • Coming along way with growth in her position
  • Being nice and very helpful
  • Willing to learn new tasks without hesitation 
  • Being friendly with patients as well as co-workers
  • No matter how busy she is, she will stop and help you
  • Being kind
  • Respectful and considerate of others
  • Being Professional
As an expression of our appreciation for being an outstanding employee, Roxana received a Target gift card in the amount of $200.00.
She will also be attending the Colorado Women’s Chamber luncheon in August as Midtown’s guest.
 
The entire Billing Department was recognized for working together and showing a team effort. 
 
Bianca Corpus was nominated for helping “EVERYONE”.  She comes in happy, ready to work, willing to learn and she works extremely hard -GO Bianco! Bianca was nominated another time for being a hard worker.   Christie Sanchez was nominated 4 times!  Once for being a hard worker, being funny and willing to help outShe was also nominated for covering drug screen collections whenever we get slammed “You rock Christie!”. Christie was nominated a third time for going the extra mile with helping others and often without being asked.  Also for her positive, cheerful attitude.  She was nominated a fourth time for helping with drug screens, helping at the front desk, and for her smile.   Diana Roque was nominated for helping, even when she is busy “she is just awesome!”  Grace Roberts was nominated for being willing to cover wherever she is needed which equals = TEAMWORK!  Grace was also nominated for cleaning the entire conference room after a luncheon when all she was asked to do was put out the burners. Haydee Palma was nominated for stepping it up at the front desk. Israel Viurquez was nominated for consistently offering to help find charts, cover the front desk and cover for medical assistants who are out unexpectedly.  He was also nominated for being on task and helping out wherever he is needed.  Jasmine Herrera was nominated for volunteering to drop of bank deposits, also for helping to complete the deposit slips, “Thanks for the help”.  Jorge Torres was nominated for helping around, even when he has a full schedule “Thank You-You Rock!”.   Karina Alvarez was nominated and thanked for helping co-workers when they are in need of help, before they ask “You are awesome!”.   Kristen Shiramizu was nominated for consistently showing a team spirit, also for picking up around the Rehabilitation Department-including the lobby, and for helping with laundry. Mayra Morales was nominated for her smile while helping out with drug screens. Michael Brown was nominated for being efficient and willing to help out by taking on responsibilities in addition to his own.  “Mike has a professional, friendly approach and great rapport with both patients and co-workers”.  Monica Flores was nominated for checking out a patient during a busy time “You Rock!”.   Also for helping the Medical Assistants with their no-show charts. Nina Santana was nominated for being awesome at the front desk.  “She has her work cut out for her and does an excellent job”.   Olivia Carman was nominated for taking the initiative to assist Grace with cleaning the conference room after a luncheon and putting the food away. Randy Moreno was nominated for always being willing to help-with a smile. Sandra Castellano was nominated for her patience while teaching others, and for her fun and positive attitude.  She was also nominated for being a hard worker.  Scott Chasse was nominated for picking up around the Rehabilitation Department, helping with laundry and for his team spirit.  Svetlana Railsback was nominated for being willing to help on the drug screen side, and cover x-ray with a “yes” and a smile.  Tanya Rickett was nominated for adjusting her schedule to help cover for vacations and for staying late on a Monday to help out on the drug screen side. Vanessa Peterson was nominated for being a team player- “You rock!”
 
WOW!!! We had 21 nominees this month, that is almost half of our staff.  This speaks volumes as to the quality team we have.  Keep up the good work!
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Midtown Congratulates Luis Martinez

Employee of the Month

By Denise Pettenger - July 11, 2017

CONGRATULATIONS 
TO
Luis Martinez
MIDTOWN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
June 2017

Luis was nominated for:
  • Doing a great job
  • Being polite and friendly with patients
  • Excellent work ethic
  • Being an awesome co-worker and team player
  • Willing to help wherever he can
  • Being a hard worker
  • Encourages co-workers
  • Engages with patients
  • Positive attitude
  • Being reliable
  • Assists anyone in need
  • Going above and beyond what is being asked of him
  • A good person to laugh with-2 thumbs up for Luis
  • Willing to go “to infinity and beyond”
  • Never complains and always ready to help out with patient care or drug screens and physicals
  • Luis is the unsung hero of Midtown Occupational Health Services!
 
As an expression of our appreciation for being an outstanding employee, Luis received a Target gift card in the amount of $200.00.
He will also be attending the Colorado Women’s Chamber luncheon in July as Midtown’s guest.
 
Blanca Macias and Diana Roque were nominated for their help (without hesitation) with notary services, they both rock and are great team players. Christie Sanchez was nominated for helping out with drug screens She was also nominated for consistently going the extra mile be it with finding charts, helping with drug screens or covering wherever she is asked to.  “Thanks Christie”, your willingness to help is greatly appreciated!  Christie was nominated a third time for helping cover for Karina.  Israel Viurquez was nominated for helping out wherever he is needed and for being good at covering all tasks.  He was also nominated for having an upbeat attitude which makes working with him very pleasant.  Karina Alvarez was nominated for her positive attitude along with her smile. Also for her willingness to help everyone- “You are awesome!”.  Karina was also nominated for being a very hardworking and patient person who is extremely helpful.  Even though she has a plateful of responsibilities, she will take time to help others.  Kyle Primeau was nominated for being the most laid back and generous therapist.  “He is level headed, calm and flexible!”   Maritza Guzman was nominated for helping the Medical Assistants out with their authorizations. It is a tremendous help “Hats off to Maritza”.  Mayra Morales was nominated for helping out at the front desk without being asked to. “Mayra Rocks!”  Olivia Carman was nominated for her work with Dr. Anderson and being successful. Nina Santana was nominated for doing a fantastic job opening the clinic.  She makes sure coffee is made, computers are on and then she greets patients with a smile “Thanks Nina”.   Roxana Guerrero was nominated for being reliable to help with new patients while the medical assistants are busy checking out other patients, and for being extremely nice.  Ruby Radilla was nominated for stepping up to the plate and helping with front desk coverage, “Thanks Ruby!”
 
Once again, we have many nominees who go the extra mile for Midtown-Thanks to all!
 
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Midtown Congratulates Vanessa Peterson

Employee of the Month

By Denise Pettenger - June 5, 2017

CONGRATULATIONS 
TO
Vanessa Peterson
MIDTOWN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
May 2017
Vanessa was nominated for:
  • Being willing to help others
  • Smiling through the good and the overwhelming times
  • Keeping patient care as #1 priority
  • For going above and beyond
  • Helping with referral authorizations
  • Doing an outstanding job during rotations and completing each required task
  • Being a team player
  • Being efficient with completing a supply list
As an expression of our appreciation for being an outstanding employee, Vanessa received an Amazon gift card in the amount of $200.00.
She will also be attending the Colorado Women’s Chamber luncheon in July as Midtown’s guest.
 
Blanca Macias was nominated for being willing to help wherever she is needed.  Blanca was also mentioned in a vote stating “she is always a hard worker; this is nothing new-it’s just nice to remember her from time to time”.  Christie Sanchez was nominated for helping out with drug screens and physicals when we were shorthanded, “Love you Christie”. She was also nominated for her willingness to help find charts and physical paperwork, even when they don’t pertain to her. Christie was nominated for having a positive attitude while working under stressful situations and for offering help with reviewing charts.  Christina Rodriguez was nominated for being an awesome supervisor and for being willing to help even when she is busy herself.   She was also nominated for helping with the referral authorizations and for being a great teacher. Denise Pettenger was thanked for her hard work in the business development area. Israel Viurquez was nominated for helping out wherever he is needed and for his positive attitude.  Israel also had a client call compliment-Neal with Garney Construction called in and said that “Israel was professional during his on-site visit.  He made the employees feel comfortable, he adapted well and was an all -in-all professional”. Thank you Israel for your awesome work and how you represent Midtown.    Karina Alvarez was nominated for helping with filing the charts.   Luis Martinez was nominated multiple times “Luis has such a positive attitude, he is professional and friendly with everyone and makes Midtown an even more pleasant place to work.” He was also nominated for being a big team player who possesses a leadership attitude. “He plays a big role on the drug screen and physical side.”  Luis was also nominated for working hard- everyday.  For cleaning the fit test boxes and re-organizing them.  He was nominated for always staying busy and finding things to do and for being the best all around, hardest working employee.  Luis was also nominated for being such an amazing co-worker, always having a positive attitude and for being great with helping others.  Maritza Guzman was nominated for working hard with a smile on her face.  Monica Flores was nominated for doing her job at the front desk so well “you rock”. She was also nominated for training the new front desk personnel and for her willingness to step in a new role “growth is great”. Nina Santana was nominated for how well she takes care of the front desk, no matter how busy it is.  “Nina is a rock star!”.  Randy Moreno was nominated for helping with drug screen collections and physicals and for making sure everything is in order before the patient leaves. “You’re the Bomb”.  He was also nominated for helping out where help is needed and for having a great attitude. Sandra Bocanegra was nominated for being a team player and for being willing to help others who are falling behind, with no hesitation.   Sandra Castellano was nominated for being a great team player with an awesome personality.  “She has a great attitude with both patients and co-workers.” Also for volunteering in helping out with other tasks “Thanks Sandra C”.   Svetlana Railsback was nominated for being a great help with x-rays, for helping with drug screens without hesitation and for being a team player with the billing department.  Tanya Rickett was thanked for helping out every day with clients and helping Midtown meet their needs.
Way to go Midtown Employees-We had another fantastic Month!!!
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Midtown Congratulates Sandra Bocanegra

Employee of the Month

By Denise Pettenger - May 8, 2017

 CONGRATULATIONS 
TO
Sandra Bocanegra
MIDTOWN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
April 2017

Sandra was nominated for:
  • Managing her tasks and finding time to help others
  • Being easy to work with
  • Fast learner, hard worker with very strong work ethic
  • Being awesome
  • Sending all bills out timely
  • Having a positive attitude
  • Her impressive ability to learn quickly
  • Helping others
  • Dedication to daily tasks
  • Being extremely helpful
  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 May as Midtown’s guest.
Annilu Rivera-Pillado was nominated for being a wonderful person to work with.  “Annilu is kind and always willing to learn; she is learning the front desk processes well. Blanca Macias was nominated for helping with the physical therapy billing.  “It was amazing to see how fast you learned EMR and how quickly you billed the therapy services”.   Bob Andrus was nominated for being an awesome, hardworking, dedicated worker. “He is always so helpful and has a positive attitude”. Christie Sanchez was nominated for helping out with the drug screen collections, “you’re the bomb Shortie”. Christina Rodriguez was nominated for being willing to help others, for helping an employee in her department get caught up with their tasks and for her hard work and great ideas in the Billing Department.  She was also nominated for being an awesome supervisor.  Christine Alvarado was nominated for volunteering to train the medical assistants on the new no-show process in EMR.  She was also nominated for having positive ideas and for her willingness to take on a new role.   Denise Pettenger was nominated for handling her own responsibilities along with helping Heather cover for Bob “Well Done”, also for her work on the website. Grace Roberts was nominated for her professionalism with patients and their care.  She was also nominated for stocking treatment rooms and for being a team player.    Hanna Wolinsky was nominated for her great personality and for staying positive.  She was also nominated for her communication skills with the billing department regarding the physical therapy billing. “Keep up the awesome work”.  Heather Duran was nominated for working diligently over her weekend “time off” and for being dedicated to Midtown. Jorge Torres was nominated for making sure all supplies got billed and that the bills got to the billing department.  He was also nominated for having a positive attitude, “you are a team player”.  Karina Alvarez was nominated for being positive and for her smile.   Luis Martinez was nominated for doing an awesome job with drug screens and physicals. He was also nominated for his great attitude, even when stressful situations arise.  "He has the characteristics of a leader". Maritza Guzman was nominated for handling calls that were not her responsibility “you are a great team player”.  She was also nominated for smiling through stressful situations.  Mayra Morales was nominated for checking with her team to see who needs help once she has finished her work.  Diana thanks you for helping her when she feels overwhelmed.  Mayra is another “team player”. Monica Flores was nominated as she received accolades from a patient who went to the office manager to acknowledge what a great job she is doing. Pam Clatterbuck was nominated for handling her own responsibilities along with covering for Bob and covering for Heather, “Well Done”. Randy Moreno was nominated for helping with drug screen collections, physicals and patient care when he has extra time. He was also nominated for helping out the billing department during Bob’s absence, and for his positive attitude. Sandra Castellano was nominated for her willingness to help others and for her positive disposition.  Svetlana Railsback was nominated for helping others wherever she is needed, along with completing her own work. “You are a hard worker”. Tanya Rickett was nominated for answering questions and addressing concerns from the front desk personnel “You Rock”.  Vanessa Peterson was nominated for gathering her co-workers charts when they have the day off and for starting and finishing the laundry.  Vanessa was also nominated for stocking the patient treatment rooms that are assigned to her, also stocking the other patient care rooms with gowns, exam table paper, gloves, and the 12 items required in each top drawer along with the referral paperwork and order forms . Vanessa is “a real team player”. Zahida Sultana was nominated for her positive attitude throughout the day, her great work ethic, being a team player and for helping with kitchen duty.

A nomination was also submitted for the “Injury Care Team”, as they asked for help from each other and for how the team works together to the best patient care in a timely manner.
A nomination was made for the “Drug Screen Team” and how they recognize to ask for help before it gets too backed up. That is “TEAM work”.

The entire Billing Department was nominated for working as a team by helping each other not feel so overwhelmed and for asking each other for help.  
 
Mayra Karina, Svetlana and Christie received a nomination for their smiles while helping with drug screen collections.

Pam and Olivia were nominated for working diligently on their day off and for all of their Midtown Dedication.

Denise, Heather, Pam and Olivia were nominated for their team effort during Bob’s absence, for being “perfect party planners” and for their excellent organization skills –“much appreciation”.
 
A Note to All from Shelly: Prayers have been answered as Bob is recovering and Mrs Holmboe (Tami) is recovering; both from a near death experience…Can I get an “AMEN”!!
 
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