Houston’s employee of the year

Staff at Houston Health Centre celebrate housekeeper Daljit Jaswal, recent recipient of the Houston Chamber of Commerce Employee of the Year award. The award recognizes those individuals “that have sought out innovative ways to provide excellent customer service and go above and beyond customer expectation” – and her colleagues feel it is well deserved. (L-R front) Paula Gansner, Nurse Practitioner; Kirsty Lokken, Life Skills Worker; Dr. Sigismund, locum GP; Cindy Cockle, Team Lead; (award winner) Daljit Jaswal; Kim Gibbs, Primary Care Assistant (PCA); Connie Hardy, PCA; Jenny Veenstra-Rodway, Primary Care Nurse. (Back row Gillian Hested, Mental Health Clinician; Roberta Russell, Life Skills Worker. (Submitted photo)

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