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Owensboro and Greencastle Centers Celebrate Patient Recognition Week

by Carol Fite Lynn | Feb 5, 2020

The first week of February marks Patient Recognition Week.This week revolves around patient satisfaction, and health care providers can use this time to consider ways in which they can enhance it. Here at CleanSlate, we commit to the highest quality patient care everyday, but with the arrival of Patient Recognition Week, we can make sure to go the extra mile, and let patients know how important their well-being is to us as they travel their journey to long-term recovery. 

The Owensboro, KY and Greencastle, IN teams got creative in making their patients feel special during Patient Recognition Week. 

Paige Tapp, Operations Center Manager and the rest of the Owensboro team had pizza available for patients as they came to their appointments with the clever signs reading: "Slicing through addiction," and "Helping you succeed is like a little slice of paradise for us."

Owensboro Patient Appreciation Week

In Greencastle, IN, Center Manager Heather McCullough and her team put together goodie bags labeled "A New Year with CleanSlate" with drinks, snacks, and candy for their patients. 

Greencastle Pt Rec Week 3

Greencastle Pt Rec Week 1

Pictured: Greencastle Nurse Practitioner Crystal Woods, patient Jason Chapman, and Medical Receptionist Dana Chrisman

Greencastle Pt Rec Week 2

Pictured: Greencastle Center Manager Heather McCullough, patient Shari Stratton, and Medical Assistant Brandy Huff

I hope you'll share with us some of the things you are doing at your local centers to recognize patients this week by sending them to warriorsforhope@cleanslatecenters.com.

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Carol Fite Lynn

Carol Fite Lynn is the Director of Communications for CleanSlate, a leading national medical group that provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment for the chronic disease of addiction, primarily alcohol and opioid use disorders.

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