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04
Oct

Cottonwood Tucson Awarded the 2013 Copper Cactus Award for Best Place To Work!

Cottonwood Tucson awarded the 2013 Copper Cactus Award for Best Place To Work You may remember it was just one month ago we shared with our readers that Cottonwood Tucson was chosen as a finalist for the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce’s 2013 Copper Cactus Award for Best Place To Work. From L to R:...
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05
Sep

Copper Cactus Awards: Cottonwood Tucson Selected As “Best Place To Work” Finalist

Cottonwood Tucson selected as ‘Best Place To Work’ finalist Last week the Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce notified us that Cottonwood Tucson has been selected as a finalist, specifically in the award category “Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona Best Place to Work,” in the annual Tucson Metro Chamber Copper Cactus Awards. Brian Welch, Cottonwood Tucson’s...
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23
Jan

Cottonwood Tucson’s “Equilabyrinth”

Creating a labyrinth to aid healing Cottonwood Tucson’s labyrinth Four years ago, our staff decided to install a 40′ Classical-style labyrinth for patients use at Cottonwood.  From its inception, the labyrinth was a community project.  Our landscaping crew cleared the area. Our clinical staff chose the design and sliced it into the dirt. Our patients...
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19
Dec

Cottonwood Tucson Honors Employees ~ The 2012 Hildreth Award and Stone Award Presented

Start with good people, lay out the rules, communicate with your employees, motivate them and reward them. If you do all those things effectively, you can’t miss…Lee Iacocca Cottonwood Tucson honors staff members In case you are counting, Cottonwood Tucson’s blog has been published since June 2008. Over the past four years we have often...
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14
Jun

Do You Think About Gambling? Want To Bet?

Pair of Dice (Photo credit: Wikipedia) It’s a simple question. “Do you think about gambling?” Maybe the better question is: “How often do you think about gambling?” Don’t be too quick to answer. Consider where you work. Do you have pools for such things as March Madness or the Super Bowl Game? Do you ever...
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13
Apr

Imagine Greater Tucson Cottonwood Presentation

On Wednesday, April 27th, the Cottonwood Tucson Sustainability Team will host a presentation by Mr. Michael Guymon, the Vice President of Regional Development for Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities (TREO), at our monthly Sustainability Team Lunch & Learn event here on campus. Mr. Guymon will provide our staff with information on Imagine Greater Tucson, a rapidly growing, community-based effort dedicated to protecting...
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25
Jan

Does The Noise in My Head Bother You?

Happy New Year from Jana’s Corner! A new year full of possibilities. How exciting! Or daunting… What are you committed to in 2011? We’d love to hear from you and what you’re working on this year. Let us know if you need any help getting to where you want to be. Maybe you need to...
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15
Nov

Keep it Healthy, Keep it Simple, and Have Fun

“Keep it healthy, keep it simple, and have fun!” This formula guides Cottonwood Tucson’s Executive Chef Richard Serna and we would like you to meet Executive Chef Richard Serna up close and personal. We are honored that Shamrock Foods Company chose to feature Chef Serna in their November-December 2010 edition of Smart Solutions magazine. Food to...
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18
Mar

Addiction, Recovery, Cottonwood, Nursing

I have talked before about the great staff we have at Cottonwood. Today I want to introduce you to one of our wonderful nurses, Brian Law, RN When asked to write about yourself, it always proves to be a difficult task. You don’t want others to get the wrong impression of you and, as I’ve...
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10
Mar

Addiction, Recovery, Therapeutic Recreation

As I have said before one of the nice things about working at Cottonwood is being associated with the great people we have here on staff. I want to introduce you today to Richard Patterson, MS, CTRS, our Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. Hello. My name is Richard Patterson. Everyone calls me Butch, a nickname that was...
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