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Warriors Living the Mission in November

by Arlene Rivie | Nov 19, 2018

This month five CleanSlate Warriors were acknowledged for "Living the Mission." Thank you for all you do to every day to reach your patients and colleagues in a profound way! 

Ruth Avery, Patient Support II Agent in the CSC Call Center, was nominated in the "Together We Succeed" category by Quality Assurance Manager Joshua Esteva. Joshua says, "You're amazing, my friend. Keep up the good work and thanks for being an awesome team player." 

Samuel Rivera, Medical Assistant in Holyoke, MA, was nominated in the "Together We Succeed" category by Center Manager Linda Santaniell. Linda says, "Sam continues to deliver high patient care to each of the patients that are seen at the Holyoke site. Sam is always willing to go the extra mile to ensure that patients feel welcomed and will take the time to explain to the patients any questions they may have." 

Gladys Resto, Medical Assistant in Holyoke, MA, was nominated in the "Patients First" category by Center Manager Linda Santaniell. Linda says, "Thank you so much for coming in on your day off to ensure that the patients would be delivered high patient care.  You certainly exemplify "Patients First."

Gladys and Sam - HK

Pictured: Samuel Rivera and Gladys Resto, Care Coordinators from Holyoke, MA

Molly Chalk and Melissa Bronicki, Care Coordinators in North Indianapolis, IN, were nominated in the "Together We Succeed" category by Center Manager Angela Oakley. Angela says, "Way to go, Team Indy North. Thank you for keeping our center at the top of the Care Coordinator Visit leader board."

If you would like to nominate a warrior for this award or have any questions about the process, please contact Arlene Rivie at Arivie@cleanslatecenters.com. 


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Arlene Rivie

Arlene Rivie is a People Services Business Partner for CleanSlate, a leading national medical group that provides office-based outpatient medication treatment for the chronic disease of addiction, primarily alcohol and opioid use disorders.

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