January 2, 2020

Developmental Milestones - TJ

We are hereby honored to announce that the winner of March 2019's Allied Employee of the Month contest is TJ!! Congrats to TJ 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!

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TJ 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 5 years and has been working with PassportUSA for over 1 year!TJ was nominated for Allied Employee of the Month by his Exceptional Children Director: "TJ provides exceptional care to his clients. He goes above and beyond to ensure he visits with all his clients and that they get his undivided attention. He even works early and/or late hours as well as weekends. He is very responsive to the parents of the children he serves and provides them with strategies to carry over. The teams he belongs to values his professional opinion. He is always willing to educate his coworkers when they request his assistance. In addition, he supervises a physical therapy assistant and provides her the support she needs. TJ has been a great addition to our team and we are very happy to have him!"Learn more about PassportUSA's PT, TJ by reading his responses below!What drew you to Health Carousel? "When I read about Health Carousel, I found out that their approach to their employees was immediate and effective. That being said, having quality on their work drew me in."What do you like most about working with our client? "Pediatrics are exceptionally inspiring clients to work with. In our setting, every developmental milestone feels like it merits an accolade. Behind every first step and every new skill, is the hard work of the parents, brothers, sisters, and children I work with. Physical therapy exercises are hard. The recovery process is sometimes a slow one. With kids, no small victory goes unnoticed. I have observed many children's first steps, and I was right next to their parents beaming with pride. Do you know that feeling when you learned to drive a bicycle for the first time without any help? I get to witness kids and parents experiencing something like that, every day."What do you like to do outside of work? "During my spare time, I enjoy running, playing basketball, hiking, and lifting weights. During the week I like to hit the gym before I go to bed. During the weekend my friends and I usually play basketball. I sometimes hike with my friends if we have ample amount of time to do so."What do you love most about being a PT? "Physical therapy is an exciting career, and physical therapists can truly pursue endless specialization paths. From sports, pediatrics, to geriatrics, as a physical therapist I can carve my career alongside with my passions. "What is your favorite American food? "I love burgers, fries, steaks, and chips!"Tell us something unique about you! "I have visited several states such as Texas, Maryland, Utah, Virginia, and Hawaii."What's your favorite quote? "Provehito In Altum" this can be translated to "Launch forth into the higher grounds or launch forth into the deep."If you are not a current PassportUSA employee, simply register with us today and we'll get your journey to the USA underway!

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