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Midtown Congratulates Daniel Santos

Employee of the Month

By Denise Pettenger - June 6, 2016

CONGRATULATIONS 
TO
Daniel Santos
MIDTOWN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
MAY 2016
Daniel is the first employee to win employee of the month twice in consecutive years!
Daniel was nominated for:
  •  
  • Helping to obtain referrals
  • Helping other Medical Assistants
  • Keeping the flow going at the checkout desk
  • Being a team player when it comes to helping others
  • Helping with interpretation services
  • Being enthusiastic
  • Covering for the Medical Assistants who are out
  • Helping others in addition to assisting his own Doctor
  As an expression of our appreciation Daniel received an Amazon gift card in the amount of $200.00. He will also be attending the Colorado Women’s Chamber luncheon in June as Midtown’s guest.
The entire Billing Department received a nomination this month J.  Thanks Nina, Diana, Mayra, Carolina, Christina, Jasmine and Ana for working as a team and covering each other’s positions.  Way to get the work done!
Carolina Morfin was nominated for being a team player and helping out with payment entry in addition to her positions’ responsibilities.  Christie Sanchez was nominated for helping the Medical Assistants when needed during increased patient volume.  Christina Rodriguez was nominated for consistently helping others, for being a team player and because “she is awesome!”.  Christine Alvarado was nominated for helping with drug screens.  Also, for “excelling at her challenging position as the Client Service Coordinator for DPS/RTD.  She is uber efficient in her communication skills and works with all departments and physicians well.  She is professional and maintains a positive attitude”.  Christine is definitely an asset to Midtown.   Diana Roque was nominated for helping to train other staff members “Thank You!”.  Diana Trejo was nominated for handling excessive phone calls and doing a wonderful job at it. Fidel Parra was nominated for always being up for any task when asked.   Flor Contreras was nominated for helping to obtain claim numbers from employers to expedite patient treatment referrals.  Israel Viurquez was nominated for consistently looking for ways to help.  “He comes to work with a good attitude, stays busy all day and is a true professional”.   Israel was also nominated for knowing how to handle stressful situations.  Joanna Ibarra was nominated for keeping up with her doctor and for working hard with the changes that are happening.   Karina Alvarez was nominated having a positive attitude, especially while getting a high volume of phone calls. Maritza Guzman was nominated for helping with interpreting for American Sign Language and for helping with drug screens. Mayra Morales was nominated for helping Jasmine with payment entry.  Michael Brown was nominated for being a team player, quick to learn and for always being willing to help out.  Michael was also nominated for being a hard worker, learning fast and having a positive attitude as he works with patients.    Randy Moreno was nominated for being such a support to the Billing Department. “You are awesome!”.  Svetlana Railsback was nominated for helping out in the Medical Records Department.  Ryan White was nominated “in addition to completing his responsibilities associated with his position, he helps out wherever he is asked to and does it willingly”.
 
Fifteen people were nominated for Employee of the Month for May; we have a lot of overachievers at Midtown.