ACEs for Ophthalmology

TTUHSC values cards Sometimes the most meaningful form of recognition is a personal note to let someone know you noticed and appreciated their important contributions.

 

The department of Ophthalmology has embraced the values-based culture by using “Acknowledging and Celebrating Excellence” (ACE) cards to recognize values every day.

 

The new ACE cards are designed to recognize each of the core values: one team, kindhearted, integrity, visionary and beyond service.

 

The values are principles that drive everything we do at TTUHSC. From filling out paperwork to interacting with visitors or patients on campus. These five values describe how we live out our vision and mission.

 

Watch for release of the new ACE cards available for download soon or contact Allison Kerin.

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