Vanessa Rincon, Receptionist
What is the essence of what you do?
I greet people as they come in, make them feel welcomed and answer any questions they may have about our company.
What are some of your personal interest outside of work?
I enjoy reading and playing video games. Since the pandemic they have a been great escapes from everyday life. One other thing I have really been enjoying as well is going for walks, nowhere in particular but just to clear my mind and some physical activity for health reasons.
What are some of the things you believe in? It can be a favorite quote or words of wisdom, etc.— something that identifies you.
The Dash Poem (By Linda Ellis) I think people are always so focused on their past or their futures they forget to live in the present and this poem brings realization to that and makes you think about how important it is to enjoy every day with the people you love. That at the end of the day you want that dash on your tombstone to have all those beautiful memories of a life well lived, enjoyed and filled with great times.
What do you like most about working for this organization?
How nice my boss and co-workers are, as well as how well everyone works together. It is a great atmosphere to learn and grow as well as gain great experience.
What do you like most about caring for patients?
It’s a joy to see patients getting better and how happy they are to be healing with great people around them every step of the way.
What do you think your patients like about you?
One of the thing I have been told multiple times is how happy they are to have someone who understands them and who they can communicate with in their own language. So I really enjoy being able to help Spanish speaking patients feel more comfortable when it comes to their physical therapy.
What do you think the patients like the most about the organization?
I think they love how much they feel welcomed by everyone. They feel helped every step of the way by the therapist, aids and receptionist. They feel as if they are a part of something and when they arrive they come in and when they are called by name they feel like everyone truly cares about them.