Congratulations to our December Employee of the Month Winners!

Published: Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Deidre Jackson, CMA

Employee of the Month

Deidre has taken on multiple roles at NGPG Braselton Clinic, on top of her already demanding role of referral coordinator. She offers support in the lab when needed and even does back-office duties as they come about. She shows compassion each and every day for her colleagues and the patients she comes in contact with. She’s always there when we people need her and is willing to help with a positive attitude every time.

Even with the demands of the day-to-day duties she takes on, she always makes it a point to circle the office and personally ask everyone how they’re doing and if they need anything. She is devoted to the job, the patients and her colleagues. She truly does her best to serve NGPG Braselton Clinic in the best way possible.

Rachel Weaver, FNP

Advanced Practice Provider of the Month

Rachel provides thorough and skilled care to all of her patients at NGPG Thompson Bridge. She often goes out of her way to take extra time to listen to their concerns and work diligently to address them. She is genuinely concerned about the welfare of her patients and coworkers, and it shows in everything she does.

She is respectful, compassionate and always there when someone needs her. Patients love to schedule with her — most mention they feel very comfortable speaking with her. She goes above and beyond to help her patients and advocate for them when needed. She always knows what’s going on in a patient’s life, what struggles they are going through or what they have been through. Rachel is an exceptional provider and person.

Jeremy Walker, DO

Physician of the Month

After much hard work over the past few months, Dr. Walker helped to start the Telemedicine Program. He’s now taken on the role of Lead Telemedicine Hospitalist and has truly shown his desire to improve the lives of those who need care.

He has defined processes, worked with IT on workflows and trained different specialty groups and nursing on how to properly use telemedicine carts. This new process and way to see patients allows them to stay at the hospital they’re at, even if they need a higher level of care. They no longer have to be transferred if it’s not needed.

His dedication to this and his determination to see it through is inspiring.