DENVER, CO - Women now have the opportunity to achieve whatever they want, including Suzy Jaeger, Senior Vice President, and Chief Patient Experience and Access Officer at Children's Hospital Colorado. The woman, who has spent 29 years in the healthcare field, was selected as one of the Outstanding Women in Business for 2021 by the Denver Business Journal.
Jaeger was chosen because of her leadership skills and made many breakthroughs in the hospital. Many believe that Jaeger has succeeded in bringing high-performance influences to employees and increasing the capacity of doctors and nurses in treating patients.
Jaeger is renowned for his servant leadership style and is very natural as it is. For example, when leading a project to relocate several facilities from a narrow city to Anschutz Medical Campus. Jaeger had to redesign its service style and way of operating. The project was successful with some changes in the more existing health technology, clear direction, and others.
Not only that, Jaeger built several facilities so that patients can relieve anxiety and panic while waiting for a doctor or even waiting for treatment. By partnering with Children's Colorado's Family Advisory councils and affinity groups, some of the facilities are; Seacrest Studio, dog therapy, and art therapy program development.
When COVID19 hit, it didn't stop making Jaeger work. She leads the hospital's Incident Command effort, running for almost a year since the initial pandemic. She identifies internal and external crises and ensuring safety for the hospital team and patients. The result is the efficiency of all human resources so that no hospital workers get laid off during the pandemic.
Jaeger is grateful to have used his experience and perspective to make her career so far. She hopes that her work can continue to be helpful for those around her.
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