Sylwester Czado, physical therapy assistant for the physical medicine and rehabilitation department at Day Kimball Healthcare Center in Putnam, has been named employee of the month for July by Day Kimball Healthcare (DKH).
Czado, who has been working in the healthcare field for 8 years, began his career at DKH in June 2016. Prior to joining Day Kimball he worked at a skilled nursing facility in Rhode Island. In his role, Czado assists patients with mobilization and helps them re-gain their strength and independence.
According to Czado’s supervisor, Patti Bernier, director of ancillary services, Day Kimball Hospital, “Sylwester is gentle mannered, always has a smile, and gives off positive energy. His compassion and kindness carries over from his patients to their families, and his coworkers. Sylwester exemplifies the DKH core value of customer service, always going the extra mile for his patients. We are proud to have him as part of our team.”
In response to being named employee of the month, Czado said, “I am shocked and surprised, but honored to have been recognized in this way.”
When asked what he likes most about his job, Czado said, “I love meeting new people and seeing patients improve and reach their maximum potential as well as their goals.”
Czado was born and raised in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. He currently resides in Webster, Massachusetts and looks forward to marrying his fiancée, Jennifer, later this year.
Czado earned his bachelor of science in kinesiology from the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI and received his associate degree from the physical therapist assistant program at the New England Institute of Technology, East Greenwich, RI.
Day Kimball Healthcare’s employee of the month program is sponsored by Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut. “The Mashantucket (Western) Pequot Tribal Nation and Foxwoods Resort Casino has been focused on taking care of the people that serve within our community, and we appreciate everything Day Kimball Healthcare does,” said Foxwood’s Director of Sponsorships and Partnerships Roy Colebut-Ingram. “Supporting meaningful employee recognition programs like that at DKH is just one way that we feel we can express our appreciation.”