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Midtown Congratulates Ruby Radilla

Employee of the Month

By Denise Pettenger - March 3, 2017

CONGRATULATIONS 
TO
Ruby Radilla
MIDTOWN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH

February 2017

Ruby was nominated for:
  • Adapting quickly to the change of working in a faster paced environment
  • Being a team player
  • Working hard at whatever she is doing
  • Helping out where she is needed and being a BIG help
  • Stepping up to the plate when she is given more responsibility
  • Excelling at assisting Dr. Holmboe
  • Being awesome
  • Helping with Drug Screens
  • Being the bomb.com
  As an expression of our appreciation for being an outstanding employee, Ruby received a VISA gift card in the amount of $200.00. She will also be attending the Colorado Women’s Chamber luncheon in March as Midtown’s guest.
Blanca Macias was nominated for always being a team player. She was also nominated for wearing many hats, from being there for clients to creating Silica protocols to notarizing paperwork.  Thank you Blanca for the tremendous job you do for Midtown. Christie Sanchez was nominated three times for having a positive attitude and for being willing to help with drug screens and physicals. “Great Job Christie!”  “You Rock!”. She was also nominated for being willing to help research situations and find paperwork. Christine Alvarado was nominated for having a positive attitude even when she is extremely busy.  She was also nominated for volunteering to take on additional responsibilities.  Diana Roque was nominated for always being busy, also for searching and finding answers on Pinnacol Claims “You are appreciated”  Israel Viurquez was nominated for working really hard, taking over and completing tasks in a timely manner and for always keeping a positive attitude. Great team player!  Thank you Israel, keep it up! JoAnna Ibarra was nominated for cleaning up the patient waiting area. Leticia Piria was nominated for helping with transfers of care, also for being a team player.  Luis Martinez was nominated for having a positive attitude and for being willing to help wherever he is needed.  Maritza Guzman was nominated for keeping a smile on her face, even when she has a heavy work load. Michelle Martinez was nominated for being a team player and helping with tasks outside of her daily responsibilities. Michael Brown was nominated for shining in his new role as Supervisor.   Monica Flores was nominated for helping others and going above and beyond her daily responsibilities.  Nina Santana was nominated for being positive and having a great attitude.  Nina’s co-workers appreciate her accepting the front desk position so that more medical support staff could be on the floor. She was also nominated for her professionalism at the front desk.    Sandra Castellano was nominated for being the BEST help when you need her. Vanessa Peterson was nominated for taking extra steps in getting claims numbers and adjuster information to expedite referrals. She was also nominated for going the extra mile.
Billing, Medical Records, Blanca Macias and Tanya Rickett were recognized for helping out at the front desk and for helping the Medical Assistants, especially during meetings.