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TSAOG Recognizes Outstanding 4th Quarter 2013 Employees

TSAOG would like to congratulate our outstanding Receptionist and Doctor’s Team of the Quarter!  Each quarter, these honorees are selected through a survey of their peers for recognition for the great work they do.

Ken Aukuso from our Schertz Office was chosen by his peers as our Receptionist of the Quarter. According to one of his co-workers, “I can count on Ken to help out in patient care when we’re short staffed. He came in this weekend at a moment’s notice when [another employee] called me on Saturday and needed [the day] off.  Ken came in and called all the patients and rescheduled them without hesitation.  He’s at work 30 min before he’s due and never leaves without asking if there’s anything else I need.  He helps out on the physician side of the desk as well, often doing check in/out duties when Christina is busy.  Ken is the epitome of what a receptionist should be.  He’s the first face patients see when they come in and the last one they see as they leave; he keeps everyone smiling….I wish I could clone this guy.

Congrats, Ken!

Our Doctor’s Team of the Quarter award goes to Team Brenman – Sylvia Perales, Jessica Viera and Sharon Lara.  Team Brenman was selected for their outstanding patient care and efficiency. This team averages over 4,000 calls a month and, last month, they saw over 600 patients with only one doctor! According to Dr. Ephraim Brenman, “My team goes above and beyond, despite the very busy schedule. They deserve all the accolades.

Congrats, Team Brenman!


 Congratulations to our winning OrthoPeeps and keep up the great work!
Recognizing outstanding employees is one more way TSAOG makes your health our mission.

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