ove to the new building approaching, it has
become part of her job to aid the medical records department in its
goal to create a fully electronic file database. Wyles' nominator
recognized her dedication to this project, calling her involvement
"so vital that it should not go unrecognized."
"The vast knowledge
that she has in knowing what to do with a patient's chart and
keeping their records intact is quite amazing," added the nominator.
Computer knowledge has become an important part of her daily
work, according to Wyles. She also calls people skills a must, as
the public often comes to the department for health history
Wyles says that her commitment to hard work stems from her love
for her job.
"I enjoy working with the public and with the friends I have made
at the hospital over the years," she says.
She also appreciates that her schedule allows her plenty of time
to spend with her kids. Wyles considers spending time with her
family, including sons Ryan and Alex and fiance Jeremie Lacroix, one
of her main hobbies.
ALMH employs more than 290 in a wide variety of job functions. A
different employee is honored each month for their commitment to
creating great patient experiences, getting great results, and
making ALMH a great place to work.