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Mar 7, 2017
Nearly 65% of you spoke up and we’ve listened. Multiple focus groups and the Fall 2016 Rogers Employee Engagement Survey gave leadership plenty of feedback about what
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Mar 7, 2017
In order to bring life-saving treatment to more patients in more locations, Rogers Behavioral Health is in a phase of expansion throughout the System. Here’s an updated look at what’s happening when and where as Rogers works to fill critical needs:
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Mar 7, 2017
For Kim Effertz, vice president, admitting and utilization review operations, her work is more about passion than merely a job. Kim says she stays at Rogers because she believes we stay true to our goal of serving our patients and families to the best of our ability. She adds,” The mental health needs of our community are tremendous. I have never felt us lose that focus over all the years. We work very hard to help those in need and I feel called and privileged to be a part of that mission.”
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Mar 7, 2017
While Rogers is seeing plenty of new faces these days, there are also plenty of employees reaching significant milestones each month. Please congratulate the following colleagues for their dedication to Rogers. This edition includes those who celebrated milestones in February.
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Mar 7, 2017
Rogers welcomed several new leaders since January 1, 2017: January Brylow, Clinical Services Manager, Rogers-Brown Deer Mary McLaughlin, Manager, Staff Development, Rogers–Oconomowoc Dr. Oludamilola (Dami) Salami has been appointed to the role of Medical Director for the Adult Inpatient Unit at Rogers–Oconomowoc. Dr. Salami joined Rogers in November 2016 as a staff psychiatrist on that unit and has established himself as an effective and respected member of the medical staff with notable leadership qualities.
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Mar 7, 2017
Dr. Jerry Halverson, medical director for the Oconomowoc campus and the FOCUS Adult Mood Disorders Program, is speaking at the BizTimes Wellness Summit in Milwaukee on March 17, 2017. Dr. Halverson will discuss common issues in workplace mental health and ways that employers can help their employees maintain wellness.
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