May 4, 2017 - TCO
Difference Makers: Anna Gonzalez
Today we’d like to introduce you to Anna Gonzalez, who recently received the “You Made a Difference Award” at TCO. She wears many hats, all to make our patients’ experiences better.
What’s your title and role?
I’m a patient services representative/clinic float in Edina. A clinic float helps out in different departments – reception, MRI, shipping/receiving, switchboard. I also order interpreter requests and generally help out where coverage is needed.
How long have you worked at TCO?
I started in November 2013.
What’s your favorite thing about working at TCO?
I like the people and being able to work all over the building. I love my coworkers! I also like the work environment and learning new things.
How do you make a difference?
What do I do to make a difference? I always try to have empathy. I like to help people. Anything I can do to make it a little easier for someone else, I try to do.
What are some of your favorite things to do outside of work?
I enjoy watching movies, playing video games, traveling, scuba diving, hiking, walking my dogs, anything outside, really.
Thank you, Anna, for being one of our Difference Makers!
Twin Cities Orthopedics has been named a Top Workplace for six consecutive years by the Star Tribune, and one of the main reasons is because of our amazing team members who make a difference every day.