Firestarter Spotlight - Yvonne Aguirre
Join us in congratulating Yvonne Aguirre on her Firestarter Award!
Yvonne is a Health Information Technician. She always provides excellent customer service to our patients over the phone answering any questions they may have not only about health information but about anything CBHA related.
She not only goes above and beyond for our patients but for the department she works in as well. Yvonne is always working on her tasks or helping her coworkers.
Yvonne always has a smile on her face and is happy to help anyone she can. We are grateful to have her on our CBHA team!
Get to know more about her:
When did you start at CBHA?
I started at CBHA in 2009.
What is your job title and day-to-day responsibilities?
My official job title is Health Information Technician. My day to day responsibilities are taking care of faxes, record request, & basically anything to do with patient records.
What is your favorite thing about working at CBHA?
My favorite thing about working with CBHA are my coworkers!
How has CBHA helped you grow in your career?
CBHA has provided me with experience in health care and great customer service skills.
What has been your favorite project at work so far?
One of my favorite projects has been watching our clinics grow! For example, when we bought Jaeniffer Kaiser's Clinic in 2012 and we had to scan all the records into our system.
If you could have one superpower, what would it be?
If I could have one superpower it would be to fly.
How do you turn a bad day into a good one?
I turn a bad day into a good day by staying positive and only focusing on the good.
What did you dream of becoming when you were a kid?
When I was a kid I wanted to be a lawyer.
Where is your favorite place to travel?
My favorite place to travel is anywhere. I love experiencing new places.
If you could be any Disney Character which one would you be?
If I could be any Disney character I would be Tinkerbell.
Anyone you would like to thank or final words?
I would like to thank my coworkers because it really takes a village.