MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. (February 23, 2017)—Access Physical Therapy & Wellness celebrated its employees with its annual staff appreciation party at Kuhl’s Highland House in Middletown, NY on Jan. 28.
The owners of the company, Christopher Albanese, PT, MS, CSCS, and Stephen Albanese, PT, DPT, gave the opening remarks of the awards ceremony where they discussed the company, its projected growth and how proud they are to work with such a great staff.
“I’m very pleased that you could all be here tonight, and this night is your night,” said Christopher Albanese, PT, MS, CSCS, and co-owner of Access Physical Therapy & Wellness. “We truly appreciate all of the work that you all do that has led to us being the top physical therapy company in the Hudson Valley.”
Shannon Albanese, PT, Director of Talent Acquisition and Development, and Janet Albanese, PT, MSPT, MHA, Director of Revenue Integrity and Compliance, then presented the awards.
Numerous awards were given for patient satisfaction and clinical excellence, and the awards ceremony culminated with the 2016 Access Culture Champion Award being presented to Lori Schneider, PT, DPT. This peer-nominated award is given to the individual who strongly demonstrates and lives the culture of the organization.
A video montage of a look back at 2016 followed the awards presentation. The remainder of the night included dinner and dancing.
Access provides services for orthopedic injuries, back and neck pain, balance problems and dizziness, difficulty walking, headaches, TMJ, and various neurological conditions.
Access Physical Therapy & Wellness is a participating provider with most insurance plans, including Medicare, NYS Government Empire Plan, Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield, United Health Care, and no-fault insurance.
For more information on Access Physical Therapy & Wellness, visit www.accessptw.com.
Access Physical Therapy & Wellness is a 100% therapist owned organization providing quality physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy services in clinics located across New York’s Hudson Valley, in Pennsylvania, and in North Carolina. For more information, please visit www.accessptw.com.