BUSINESS BRIEFS: OMC employees recognized; two therapists join Olympic Medical Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

PORT ANGELES — Five Olympic Medical Center administrative personnel received recognition for their work at an Aug. 2 board meeting in Linkletter Hall.

Charisma Luke and Tammy Danielson, human resource business partners, were recognized for their work in implementing a pre-employment drug testing process at the center.

Jessica Madison, contract analyst and paralegal, received recognition for her work in the implementation of i-Contracts, a repository and tracking system for the more than 700 contracts and agreements held by the center.

Heather Delplain, senior human resources business partner, and Donna Pacheco, marketing and communications coordinator, were recognized for their respective work in employee engagement and recognition, and overall positive representation of the center.

Therapists join PA rehab location

PORT ANGELES — Physical therapist Doris Tate and occupational therapist Katie Irvin recently joined Olympic Medical Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation.

The therapists will see patients at the facility, 321 N. Chambers St.

Tate completed her bachelor’s degree with honors at the University of Puget Sound and has worked with patients in home health settings and acute care hospitals.

She treats a variety of conditions and has a special interest in geriatrics and neurology, according to a news release.

Irvin earned a master’s degree at Barry University in Miami and works with patients to restore function and enhance participation in their daily activities, according to the release.

Occupational therapy services include arthritis management, joint mobilization and protection, wheelchair assessments, industrial rehabilitation, driver’s readiness screens, pediatric rehabilitation and low-vision rehabilitation.

For more information, call 360-417-7728 or 360-582-2601, or visit www.olympicmedical.org.

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