February 6, 2019 Chamber Newsletter
CHAIRMAN CIRCLE MEMBERS
Executive Members
Conundrum Escape Rooms
Colorado Document Security
Thank you to this week's
New and Renewing Members!
New Member

TBK Bank - (970) 247-3020

Renewing Members

Alsco – Member since 1974. (505) 327-9601
Edward Jones - Heather Holmes, Financial Advisor – Member since 2016. (505) 325-8200
Enterprise Products Operating L.P. – Member since 1965. (505) 599-2180
Linda Onuska – Associate member since 2013.
Merrion Oil & Gas Corporation – Member since 1973. (505) 324-5300
SunRay Park & Casino – Member since 1999. (505) 566-1200
TownePlace Suites by Marriott – Member since 2010. (505) 327-2442
Visiting Angels – Member since 2015. (970) 264-5991
Washington Federal – Member since 2002. (505) 327-6100
CHAMBER NEWS
WHAT OUR PARTNERS HAVE GOING ON
Good News, Everyone!
Visiting Angels of Southwest Colorado Receives 2019 Best of Home Care® Leader in Excellence Award
Visiting Angels announced today that it received the distinguished Best of Home Care –Leader in Excellence Award from Home Care Pulse, the leading firm in quality assurance for home care. The Leader in Excellence Award is the highest recognition awarded by Home Care Pulse and is given to select home care businesses that consistently rank among the very highest in 10 or more quality metrics. As a Leader in Excellence, Visiting Angels is now ranked among the top 10% of home care providers participating in the nationwide Home Care Pulse Satisfaction Management Program.

This accomplishment demonstrates Visiting Angels long-term dedication to excellent care and quality improvement. To qualify for this award, 10% of Visiting Angels clients and caregivers were interviewed each month by Home Care Pulse. Over a 12-month period, Visiting Angels received high client and caregiver satisfaction ratings in areas such as caregiver training, compassion of caregivers, communication, scheduling, client/caregiver compatibility, etc. Using feedback from clients and employees, as well as quality benchmarks from Home Care Pulse, the Visiting Angels management team set goals to reach the highest level of excellence possible.

“We once again are so proud of our team, and what hard work it has taken by everyone on the team to receive this award for two years in a row.  We know that it takes our clients, our caregivers and our management staff to achieve this and are humbled and appreciative of the level of service displayed to others.” says Michelle Johnson, Administrative Director

To find out more about Visiting Angels commitment to excellence, please visit
www.visitingangels.com/farmington or call 505-516-1150.
Basin Health Companies Earns Recognition as
Gold-Level New Mexico Family-Friendly Workplace
Basin Health Companies, operating as Basin Home Health & Hospice and Basin Coordinated Healthcare, this week earned distinction for its workplace policies by Family Friendly New Mexico, a statewide project developed to recognize companies that have adopted policies that give New Mexico businesses an edge in recruiting and retaining the best employees.

“We are very excited to be part of this family-friendly initiative that recognizes our commitment to develop policies and culture that helps our employees to thrive in the workplace,” says Vince Moffitt, Chief Executive Officer.

The Family Friendly New Mexico project has taken a positive approach to transforming workplace policies in the state by offering training and resources on how businesses can adopt more family-friendly policies; awards and recognition for companies that offer their employees family-friendly benefits; and a resource and clearinghouse of information for businesses and community leaders as they develop policies on issues such as paid family leave and help with childcare.

As a gold-level recipient, Basin Health Companies has met the criteria in all four categories of family friendly policies: 1) flexible paid leave, maternity/paternity paid leave, and special holidays; 2) health support (offering health, dental, wellness programs, breastfeeding/lactation support, reasonable accommodations for workers arising out of a medical need, etc.); 3) flexible work scheduling; and 4) economic support (employer subsidized training/educational assistance, retirement/asset building, and subsidized childcare or dependent support).
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