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Dyer receives Sadowsky Award for Excellence

Vice President of Finance and Support Services Jerry Hadley (left) presents the Dr. Norman L. Sadowsky Award for Excellence to Shift Lead for Desktop Support Services Patrick Dyer (right)

The Dr. Norman L. Sadowsky Award for Excellence goes to an individual who best exemplifies the qualities Dr. Sadowsky himself demonstrated throughout his illustrious career. This year’s recipient, announced recently during Daily Safety Huddle, is Shift Lead for Desktop Support Services Patrick Dyer.

Dr. Sadowsky made extraordinary contributions to Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital’s patients and staff during his more than 40 years of leadership in radiology. As a radiologist, colleague, friend, teacher, researcher and administrator, he always brought the highest levels of caring, compassion, creativity and service excellence to his work.

Much like Dr. Sadowsky, Dyer is dedicated to our patients and his colleagues. In her nomination letter, Practice Administrator for Orthopaedics Jessica Fallon listed Dyer’s many attributes:

Willingness to collaborate with staff and managers to find efficient and affordable models to adopt to help with our busy clinic and care for all individuals; ability to prioritize well but stop all tasks to assist any urgent need and doing so with such grace; initiative to round with all, educate and provide updates; kindness to everyone exemplifying I CARE Standards for all.

For Dyer, receiving the Sadowsky Award for Excellence is very meaningful. “It is a privilege to serve in an institution with such a rich history, and to work among amazing people at all levels. I am truly humbled by this recognition, and in the spirit of Dr. Sadowsky, continually strive to improve our quality and delivery of services,” he says.

Published 7/14/22

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