We are hereby honored to announce, that the winner of January 2019's Allied Employee of the Month contest is Jade Glenn!! Congrats to Jade Glenn as he will enjoy a spotlight on both our Facebook and website! He will also receive the winner's certificate for this month, bragging rights, and a gift!If you know someone who is currently working for PassportUSA, you can nominate them to be our next employee-of-the-month. We also accept self-referrals from current PassportUSA employees!
Jade Glenn is a Physical Therapist who is from the Philippines but is currently assigned in New Mexico. He has been working in the healthcare field for 9 years (6 years in the Philippines) and has been working with PassportUSA for 3 years!Jade Glenn was nominated for Allied Employee of the Month by his Health Director of Rehab: "Glenn has a huge heart for his patients and has their best interest in mind. He works very hard each day to ensure his patients are improving and collaborates with his co-workers if new needs are identified to assist with his patients' care. Glenn receives returning patients requesting his services. During our conferences he receives kudos for his collaboration with others and his great patient care."Learn more about PassportUSA's PT, Jade Glenn by reading his responses below!What drew you to Health Carousel? "I heard a lot of positive things with Health Carousel. When I was in the Philippines, I was actively looking for an agency who can send me here in the United States fast. I knew some of my friends that were deployed here in the US by Health Carousel and were happy about the process. This made me sign with Health Carousel! I am very happy and satisfied!"What do you like most about working with our client? "It is a great pleasure to work with the facility. They are very understanding, appreciative and always find time to ask me if I have concerns or if I am still doing good amidst the workload. I can feel that they are taking care of their employees whether contractual or full-time, the best as they can in order to address each concern. They are very supportive in my professional growth as they took time to listen on what I want to attain professionally while working with them. This is a place where you can find a great team, and I am very happy that I am part of it. This is also a place where I can put a smile on my face when I am working!"What do you like to do outside of work? "I really enjoy cooking, especially if I am in my good mood, I can make really good food. If I am in the kitchen, I won't let other people come in the kitchen! I just let you rest, relax, and enjoy my food from the appetizer to dessert!During my spare-time, I do photography. I am not a professional yet, but I am fond of capturing candid moments, especially with babies and family. I am currently working with a project of making the first-year album of my son, and I do the photography, editing and making the album!"What do you love most about being a PT?�"I really love my profession as a physical therapist. It is a rewarding job. You can change a patient's life from being debilitated from their condition to becoming functionally capable. When you see that happen to a patient whether how long the process of rehabilitation, there is the feeling of happiness and contentment - endless career satisfaction! I am presently working as a home health physical therapist catering to the geriatric population and musculoskeletal/orthopedic conditions. The time is flexible, and this lends me the opportunity to balance my work and non-work-related activities efficiently."What is your favorite American food? "Beef brisket and crawfish boil! Hands down!"What's your favorite quote? "Family comes first!" - this is a quote that changed my perspective when I got married and when we had our first child. But, it's been a long time that I like the statement, "It's better late than never!" - I can say I am living proof!If you are not a current PassportUSA employee, simply register with us today and we'll get your journey to the USA underway!