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Congratulations to Linn Montjoy, Spectrum Healthcare’s 2015 Employee of the Year!
 
Linn is the Team Lead on the Intensive Care Management Team for adult clients with serious mental illness and substance use disorders. He leads a team of eight who help high risk clients with wrap around services.
 
SMI Adult Clinical Supervisor Gina Vega-Mendez said of Montjoy, “Linn is an exemplary employee and always willing to go the extra mile.  He has a strong work ethic and professional manner.  He is very knowledgeable, and makes customer service, treating people with dignity and respect, and providing timely responses a part of his daily work. His goal is to provide the best care he can to all clients.”  She added, “Linn’s personal motivation and desire to do the best possible job makes him a true asset.”
 
Commenting on his selection as employee of the year, he said “It was an absolute honor and meant a great deal because of how far I’ve come in my own recovery due to people like those I work with. I do the work that I do because I believe everybody deserves an opportunity for quality of life.”
 
Montjoy says he’s a big believer in leaving things better than he found them, and that’s what he preaches to his team. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Southern Mississippi, and came to work at Spectrum Healthcare in January of 2014. He quickly earned the respect of coworkers and was voted employee of the year in his first year of eligibility. In response to his selection, Montjoy wrote to his colleagues, “This award is not about me but about each and every one of you, and empowering our clients of which many now are young children sleeping in a safe bed, drug addicts clean of drugs, alcoholics sober from alcohol and mentally unstable stable with the quality of life that they deserve. Asked how he unwinds after a day of helping others, Montjoy responded, “golf, golf, golf, and maybe a little fishing.”
 
Spectrum Healthcare C.E.O. April Razo added, “There is no one more deserving than Linn. He goes the extra mile for his clients and his coworkers everyday without question.”
 
Also nominated for Employee of the Year and receiving Peer Recognition Awards were Amy Stanley, Member Services Administrator, Eric Brandenburg IT Help Desk Clerk, Shawn Evans, Facilities Custodian, Rob Petsche, Children’s Clinical Director, and Mimi Evans, Customer Service Representative.
 
We are so proud of our team and their dedication to their patients and community!
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Spectrum Healthcare isn’t a name or a logo or a building; it’s about people. Our organization is filled with dedicated employees whose commitment to their patients is unmatched. And to honor them each year, an Employee of the Year is selected by their peers. Listed below are the nominations for 2015:

Amy Stanley EOTYPINTHISAmy Stanley, Member Services Administrator
Amy has been with us for almost three years. She started as the Medical Office Manager and become the Member Services Administrator earlier this year. Amy handles all member complaints, grievances, and appeals with a smile.

Reasons for Nomination:
**Utilizing highly effective practices to inspire and lead others to contribute constructively to the agency; Proactively identifying  and resolving challenges that interfere with program activities; Outstanding job performance; Supporting the agency and the Verde Valley in ays the exceed expectations and result in unexpected positive outcomes; Displaying unwavering courtesy, cooperation, and respect toward coworkers, consumers, and community contacts.**

Bonelle WoodardPINTHISBonelle Woodard, Service Supervisor; Oversees the Call Center and Front Desk Staff

Reasons for Nomination:
“I have nominated Bonelle in the past. She and Mimi are my “go to girls.” She’s touch and knowledgeable. She gets the job done. She juggles home life and soccer schedules like a lot of us do…but she’s number one with me.”

“Bonelle is the best supervisor; always there to to talk to when needed. Very understanding, always there to help anytime.”

Corinne Bailey EOTYCorinne Bailey, AR Specialist (primary care)
Corinne has been with us since 2012 and works in the accounting department where she is part of the team that handles billing and credentialing for primary care.

Reasons for Nomination:
**Proactively identifying and resolving challenges that interfere with program activities; outstanding job performance; displaying unwavering courtesy, cooperation and respect toward coworkers, consumers and community contacts.**

Darrah LeBarge EOTY-2Darrah LeBarge, Recovery Specialist
Darrah has been with us since August 2014 and is part of the SMI Team where works as a Recovery Specialist providing support to clients.

Reasons for Nomination
“She is very good with all clients and always there when you need her.”

Eric Brandenburg EOTYEric Brandenburg, Help Desk Clerk
Eric is the voice on the other end of the phone whenever you need help with IT issues. He has been with us since January 2014 and is in the process of taking over new employee training from last years Employee of the Year Winner, Kim Thursby.

Reasons for Nomination
“Eric has always been gracious and kind o me whenever I have any computer needs. He is awesome and I very much appreciate him.”

Linn Montjoy ELinn Montjoy, Adult Intensive Care Manager Lead
Linn has been a part of our SMI Team for almost two years. He as made Intensive Care Manager Lead earlier this year and works with some of our highest need clients In addition to his work schedule, he is making plans to start working toward his Master’s Degree.

Reasons for Nomination
Linn works tirelessly for the SMI Team, routinely putting in long hours and always available to help his fellow team members. He has shown loyalty to Spectrum, despite being offered opportunities elsewhere. He is getting ready to work on his Masters Degree in addition to working at Spectrum. He is a rockstar!”

“Linn is one of the hardest working Care Managers we have on staff. He even comes in early and leaves late. He is an excellent team player and always willing to help co-workers, even if it’s just lending an ear or making an observation His hunches are usually right on when it comes to client’s treatment needs. He is passionate about his work and his clients. He walks his talk, thus being a good role model for clients who are struggling with the mental health and substance abuse issues. Is is an honor to work with him.”

**Eliminating obstacles to achieving the Agency’s mission; outstanding job performance; Developing and utilizing strong constructive and productive relationships that benefit the agency; displaying unwavering courtesy, cooperation and respect toward coworkers, consumers, and community contacts; supporting the agency and the Verde Valley community in ways that exceed expectations and result in unexpected positive outcomes.

Lynda Parker ELynda Parker, Child and Family Care Manager.
Lynda has been part of the Kid’s Team since 2013. She works closely with the Department of Child Services and also handles out of area placements for some of our higher need kids.

Reasons for Nomination
“She is great at her job an always willing to help when needed.”

Mimi Evans EMimi Evans, Customer Service Representative
Mimi was hired in 2011 as a receptionist. She currently spends most of her time at the front desk on the main campus where her professional and calming demeanor serve her well as she greets and checks in clients and answers questions from both clients and staff.

Reasons for Nomination
“Mimi is amazing.  There is not enough space to tell everyone how wonderful Mimi is to the clients. Mimi is kind and concert to clients an always willing to go above and beyond to help them.”

“Outstanding job performance; supporting the agency and the Verde Valley community in ways that exceed expectations and result in unexpected positive outcomes; displaying unwavering courtesy, cooperation and respect toward coworkers, consumers, and community contacts.”

Renee Smith ERenee Smith, Child Intensive Care Manager
Renee has been with Spectrum since 2013. In her role as an Intensive Care Manager on the Kids Team, she spends a lot of time out in the community working with her clients at school, at home, and in the community.

Reasons for Nomination: 

“Renee is always helpful to her clients and their families. I have seen her great dedication and style calm the unruliest of situations. Her smile and calmness are never too far behind.”

Rob Petsche ERob Petsche, Children’s Clinical Program Director
Rob was hired as an Adult Therapist in 2013. Recently, he was promoted to Children’s Clinical Program Director where he oversees the work of the Kids’ Team (who provide therapy and care management to our clients 18 and younger)

Reasons for Nomination

“Rob has alway been a  valuable employee at Spectrum. He has always been willing to jump in and help whenever needed. Taking on this new leadership role has been no exception. Rob has been a strong leader that has advocated for his team and for our clients. He is willing to go out of his way to work several early mornings and long nights to take care of what needs to be done. He is a model of Access to Care and what we try to be at Spectrum. He is one of the first cars here in the morning and the last to leave in the afternoon…or late night.”

Shawn Evans EShawn Evans, Facilities Custodian
Shawn started work the day of our 2013 Holiday Party. He jumped right in to help and hasn’t stopped since. No doubt you have seen him around painting, moving furniture, or overseeing repairs on all campuses.

Reasons for Nomination

**Eliminates obstacles to achieving the Agency’s mission; outstanding job performance; developing and utilizing strong, constructive and productive relationships that benefit the agency; displaying unwavering courtesy, cooperation, and respect toward coworkers, consumers and community contacts.**

Susan Huntington ESusan Huntington, Customer Service Representative
For just over 4 years, Susan has been part of our customer service team. If you have been down to the lower level of Building C lately, she is likely the first person you see as you walk in the door.

Reasons for Nomination

“This employee has helped me without ever complaining in moments notice in the office or constant phone calls from me when in the field to resolve matters in a timely matter. Susan deals with consumers that come in upset or frustrated when staff are not available in a pleasant manner and does not complain. Susan provides a warming front line to our services and creates a pleasant atmosphere as the first impression on our consumers. When a patient problem arises, Susan goes above and beyond to try to resolve the issue. I highly respect Susan as one who can handle the pressure of her job and not complain.”

Susan Morris ESusan Patricia Morris, Medical Assistant (psychiatry)
Susan has been with Spectrum since 2013. She is part of the MA Team at the Medical Building. Susan works on the Psychiatry side, triaging clients, taking vitals, and serving on the “front lines” of client care.

Reasons for Nomination

“She is incredibly sweet and caring. She always brings a smile to my face. When working with clients she is very precise and knows the clients well. I believe she is a wonderful asset to Spectrum.”

Good Luck to ALL of our wonderful nominees. You might nominated for Employee of the Year, but your dedication makes our patients the real winners! Thank you for all you do.

 

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