Welcome to the WinWin! section. The employees listed below have been recognized by patients, peers and/or managers who want to showcase their wins. Please join us in applauding their great work. If you have a Win, we’d love to share and celebrate it. Send Wins to http://ow.ly/ZYwi307GSHY.
Gary Botstein, M.D., FACP
Dr. Botstein of DeKalb Medical Physicians Group Rheumatology Associates of DeKalb received a five star rating and is being recognized for providing great care to his patient.
Patient comment: “He is thorough in the physical exam and medical reports. He gets regular bloodwork and X-rays are available in his office. I feel well cared for at each appointment. I mentioned another ailment, outside of his specialty, that wasn’t getting better and he gave me another possible diagnosis and he was right! He’s respectful and an easy going guy. He’s answered all my questions. He’s the best!”
Shikha Chacko, M.D.
Dr. Chacko of DeKalb Medical Physicians Group Winn Way Internal Medicine is being recognized with a five star rating by a patient.
Patient comment: “Absolutely love Dr. Chacko! She’s warm, personable and really listens to her patients.”
Daphne Davis-Patrick, DNP
Dr. Davis-Patrick is being recognized for completing her doctoral education.
Director of Professional Practice comment: “Daphne, MSN Nurse Educator for 4400 and 4400 at North Decatur has just completed her coursework for her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Walden University, graduating July 15, 2017. With a research focus in sepsis, she has completed her paper for publication: An RN Sepsis Training Program That Supports Registered Nurses in the Emergency Room Setting. Daphne has been a nurse for 23 years, and has been employed by DeKalb Medical for over 10 years. She has a rich clinical background including ICU, Oncology, HIV/AIDs, and General Medical Surgical. Daphne says, “DeKalb Medical is a great place to grow. The organization supports it.” Please take the time this week to congratulate Dr. Davis-Patrick on her extraordinary accomplishment.”