Pete Menutes recognized as HIGH FIVE Award winner
For Hub City Times
WAUSAU — Pete Menutes, IT field technician from Ministry Home Care – Corporate in Marshfield, was honored with the 2017 first quarter HIGH FIVE Award. The HIGH FIVE Award was developed to recognize associates from across all Ministry Health Care departments.
Menutes was nominated by Deb Hickey, Marshfield and House of the Dove volunteer community outreach coordinator, who shared, “It was evident as a new employee (that) Pete came with a wealth of knowledge, transitioning into our system fairly easily. With just a few short visits, changes were made to my computer, and I now have what I needed to function successfully on a daily basis.”
She also stated in her nomination, “He has become more familiar with our team and has suggestions for individuals, which really assist us even further in our success. We are delighted to have an IT co-worker that respects that we each do an important job, which all assists our team in providing excellent care to our patients and their families.”
Other HIGH FIVE nominees included:
—Tami Johnson: Marshfield.
—Jen Marshall: Wausau.
—Kelly Vidmar, Gina Passarelli, Stacy Pautz, Shelly Van Thiel, Ann Evansen: Neenah.
—Carmen Daniewicz: Plover.
—Sara Wanek: Sturgeon Bay.
—Sunday Dickens: Woodruff.
Patients, visitors, nurses, employees, and clinicians may nominate an associate by filling out a HIGH FIVE Award form located at ministryhomecare.org and dropping it off at any Ministry Home Care agency’s front desk. When submitting a nomination form, use specific examples of why a nominee should be considered for the award. Nominations are due May 31 for the 2017 second quarter HIGH FIVE recipient.
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