For the fourth consecutive year, Wheeler Clinic is a The Hartford Courant Top Workplace. The organization also received special recognition for the training and professional development it provides to staff.
“Wheeler’s receipt of this award for the fourth consecutive year is a reflection of the dedication and skills of our employees and their passionate commitment to fostering health, recovery and growth among individuals and families across Connecticut,” said Susan Walkama, LCSW, president and chief executive officer of Wheeler Clinic. “I’m tremendously proud of our team and the work they do each and every day.
“We’re also very honored to once again receive special recognition for training,” added Walkama. “We’re committed to excellence in professional development and we see our investment in our employees as critical to helping them provide the most effective care. Each day we see the results of that investment in the spirit of innovation, commitment to quality and talent our staff bring to the communities we serve.”
Wheeler Clinic provides comprehensive solutions that address complex health issues, providing individuals, families and communities with accessible, innovative care that encourages recovery, health and growth at all stages of life. Our integrated approach to primary and behavioral health, education and recovery creates measurable results, positive outcomes and hopeful tomorrows for more than 30,000 individuals across Connecticut each year.
The Top Workplaces are determined based solely on employee feedback. The survey is conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement.
The Hartford Courant publishes the complete list of Top Workplaces on September 18th.
For more information about the Top Workplaces lists and WorkplaceDynamics, please visit www.topworkplaces.com andwww.workplacedynamics.com. For more information about Wheeler Clinic, please visit www.wheelerclinic.org.
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