Abrazo Scottsdale nurse Jaronik gets honored for exemplary service

Posted 4/22/21

Post-anesthesia care unit nurse Denise Jaronik was recognized for her exemplary service at Abrazo Scottsdale Campus during a recent “Tenet Hero” ceremony.

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Abrazo Scottsdale nurse Jaronik gets honored for exemplary service

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Post-anesthesia care unit nurse Denise Jaronik was recognized for her exemplary service at Abrazo Scottsdale Campus during a recent “Tenet Hero” ceremony.

The honor, according to a press release, is part of Abrazo parent company Tenet Healthcare’s annual employee recognition program, “Heroes,” which celebrates individuals making an impact within their respective communities,  going above and beyond their daily job responsibilities.

Nominated by colleagues, the staff members exemplify the company’s core values and key tenets of its Community Built on Care, the release said.

Ms. Jaronik’s nomination noted how she exemplified “dedication to the patient and family, leaves no stone unturned to provide the patient with the best care and service, is extremely generous with her time and volunteers with several organizations service veterans and seniors.”

Hospital leaders presented Ms. Jaronik a certificate recognizing her contributions in 2020, said the release, noting that she was also named the hospital’s Employee of the Year in 2017

“Denise has inspired us through her actions to make a positive and meaningful difference in our community,” said Abrazo Scottsdale Campus Chief Executive Officer Naman Mahajan in a prepared statement.

“We are grateful for Denise efforts, selfless nature and commitment to compassionate care particularly throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are proud to work alongside her.”

Abrazo Scottsdale Campus, 3929 E. Bell Road, is a 120-bed hospital serving the northeast Valley that includes a diverse surgical robotics program with options for complex orthopedic, spine and general surgery, emergency services and other specialties.

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