Rogers nurses recognized by leadership during National Nurses Week05/14/18 06:32:pm
We all know Rogers nurses go above and beyond to provide the best care to patients every day, but Nurses Week gives us a great chance to celebrate their dedication. Check out some of the compliments paid to them, and see more on Rogers Connect.
“Sue has been a great addition to Focus Adolescent. We appreciate her daily attention to detail and diligence that helps our program run smoothly. Sue demonstrates compassion, patience, and empathy—and always strives to put patients and families first.”
~Melissa Stoffel, clinical services manager FOCUS Adolescent at Rogers–Oconomowoc
Kim, Ronda, and Joy
“Kim, Ronda and Joy are truly ‘three peas in a pod.’ Not only did Kim recruit both Ronda and Joy over to Rogers, but they have all worked many years together at another facility. Their enthusiasm, positivity and compassion are contagious in the Appleton office. Patients always have good things to say about our nursing staff and these three ladies are stellar at putting patient’s needs first. I appreciate their teamwork, but mostly that they show that work is fun here in Appleton!”
~Signa Meyers, director of operations Rogers–Appleton
“Jill has been a dedicated Rogers employee since 1995. She started at Rogers working in housekeeping while she worked her way through nursing school. She worked as a unit nurse on child/adolescent unit for years and transferred to work in the admissions department many years ago to take on the role of the admissions nurse. She is a strong advocate for our patients to gain access to care. She will look for any way to allow us to say ‘yes’ to assist our patients in gaining access to care. She has an amazing attitude and is always willing to go above and beyond to ensure for the best experience for our patients. She also has shown to be quite resilient with all she faces each day. Staff utilize her as a huge resource to help navigate through challenging situations.”
~Daniele Kety, Oconomowoc Admissions manager
Here are some of the comments the Brown Deer admissions team made about Thomas:
"Tom is genuine, caring, trustworthy, compassionate, knowledgeable and funny."
“Tom has been a great help in admissions and with our patients. Tom is always willing to help out and is extremely knowledgeable in his role. Tom continually helps other areas of the hospital and brings humor to our department.”
“Tom is quick to jump in and help with things outside his job description.”
“We wouldn’t want to imagine the department without him he’s a great team player and shows dedication toward Rogers as a whole as well as towards our patients.”
Gail Cicenas, Nicole Osenga, and Emily Tietz
"I would like to honor all three of the Eating Disorder Center's nurses for the work they have done to help our residents. Patients with eating disorders require extensive medical services throughout their stay. Our nurses have established relationships with area medical and dental clinics to ensure the highest quality of treatment while in our care at Rogers. Gail has been a mentor to several generations of nurses with her solid understanding of eating disorder treatment and care. Nicole and Emily have added their fresh perspective and inpatient ED experience to the EDC. The result of this mix of experience and the current best practice, have resulted in the amazing nursing care we have every day at the EDC"
~Jenifer Waite Wollenburg, clinical services manager, Eating Disorder Center
Molly Wissler and Mary Beth Alteri
"Molly and Mary Beth should be acknowledged for their consistency outstanding effort for our program, the Adolescent Center for OCD and Anxiety. Both show great flexibility in their schedules to complete the Admissions/Discharges that are often complicated due to the severity of the OCD coming into the program.
"Parents often have Molly or Mary Beth as one of the very first contacts on admission day. Their warm, calming personalities greatly assist new teen residents and their parents. Parents from all over the country rely heavily on their leadership and communication, which allows parents to trust our team and feel better as they need to return home in another state.
"Molly and Mary Beth's leadership is felt by all aspects of our treatment team. We feel fortunate to have them with us!"
~Bob Mills, clinical services manager, Adolescent Center