Meet Annushka, Intake & Eligibility Peer Trainer at Twin Cities Pain Clinic! Annushka was nominated by her fellow staff members for her continued dedication to her job and helping new employees learn in the best way for them. She is a great team player and helps out anyone whenever they need it! Thank you for all you do Annushka!
What is your position / What are your daily responsibilities?
I am the Intake & Eligibility Peer Trainer. The I & E department schedules all new patient appointments, verifies that new and existing patients' insurances are active for their appointments. We input all of the patient information into the system and serve as the first point of contact for new patients and referring clinics. I like to think that we are the gate keepers for TCPC :). As the Peer Trainer I train new employees on the processes of the I & E department.
How long have you been with TCPC?
I have been with Twin Cities Pain Clinic for two years. When I started the I & E department was called Referrals and it was part of the front desk rotation. I became the Peer Trainer four months ago!
What are some of your hobbies?
I love to travel!!! My husband is an awesome travel buddy to explore with. I also do a lot of mother/daughter trips. We recently went on a trip to the Caribbean! I like to cook and try new recipes/dishes from different cultures. I love spending time with my nieces and nephews being the "fun aunty." I get to sugar them up and send them back home.
What is your favorite thing about working at TCPC?
My I & E team! They are the best group of people that I have worked with. Within the two years that I have been here the clinic has evolved so much and I like how the company strives to be the best for pain management.
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.