Meet Pamela, Medical Assistant, and Medical Assistant Trainer mainly at Twin Cities Pain Clinic in Maple Grove. Pamela was nominated by her fellow employees for always being so flexible with jumping in to help whenever she can to try and keep things on track as well as keeping on top of all her regular tasks. Pamela always has a positive attitude and is always ambitious to help out her team! Thank you for all you do Pamela!
What is your position / What are your daily responsibilities?
I work as a Medical Assistant and Medical Assistant trainer and am generally at the Maple Grove office. Training is a relatively new position for me, one that I really enjoy. I find it so rewarding to watch as new hires go from their first day of training to fully trained. It also helps that the people I have trained are eager, intelligent, and positive.
How long have you been with TCPC?
My first day was January 8, 2015, almost four years.
What are some of your hobbies?
I spend a majority of my time studying. I am now a doctoral candidate for a Ph.D. in Clinical and Forensic Psychology. I enjoy painting, I have recently taken up Diamond Dotz “painting,” (Google it, it’s very interesting). I also enjoy researching true crime topics, listening to true crime podcasts, and reading. I live with my husband Tom and our three cats, Niles, Sammy, and Wally, in Long Lake, Minnesota. I have two stepsons, Trevor and Travis, and as of July, daughter-in-law, Madeline. Long Lake is just outside of Wayzata so anytime I can, I enjoy doing homework or relaxing at Lake Minnetonka.
What is your favorite thing about working at TCPC?
My favorite aspect of working at TCPC is the comradery among teammates. We really have an incredible group with remarkable leadership. I am regularly thanked for doing my job; this is one of the many perks that motivates me to provide quality work to our patients and staff.
Twin Cities Pain Clinic has been named a Top Workplace by the Star Tribune. This great award wouldn't be possible without our amazing staff members. Your hard work does not go unnoticed!