The Advance Bulletin The Newsletter About Your Health And Caring For Your Body
Staff Spotlight: Julie Jorgensen Yes, Julie is the face you see when you come in to our clinic. She is the voice you hear on the phone when you call to make your appointment. Julie has been with us since day one of opening our business. Julie is the kind of person who would do anything, for anyone. Our patients come in to give her cards, thank you notes, flowers, and little decorations that you can see adorning our front desk from over the years. (Most are in the back because you wouldn’t see the desk if we put them all out) But most of all Julie has been an integral part of our growing family here at Advance as well as, our best first impression of what we represent and believe in as a health “care” company. I emphasize care because we really do care about helping as many people as we can and Julie is the embodiment of that mission. So next time you stop in or need physical therapy again please say hello to Julie and thank her for all of the hard work she does that you can see, and also all the behind-the-scenes hard work that you do not see. We all can’t wait to see what the next chapter has in store for our small clinic as well as the growth of Julie’s important role in how we help people get back to doing the things they love most.
Getting to Know You in 21 questions Favorite Color: Navy blue or black Favorite Song: Anything classic rock or today’s county Favorite food I cooked: My Mommom’s sauce - over fresh pasta. Favorite childhood food: My Mommom’s meatloaf... the best! Favorite drink on a hot day: Fresh squeezed lemonade from Jilly’s in OCNJ. Favorite drink on cold night: Hot chocolate, extra marshmallows! Nothing better on a cold snowy night! Favorite conversation: I have had so many! All the talks with my late grandmother, Donna. Soaking in all her knowledge and bouncing ideas off of her! She knew the answer to every question and always had exactly what you needed no matter what it was! I still think to call her when I can’t find a recipe or need advice. Movie: since childhood: Cinderella and 1950 Father of the Bride with Elizabeth Taylor and Spencer Tracey. I had it on VHS and wore it out! I wanted to be Kay (Elizabeth Taylor) and marry Buckley someday! (Continued inside...)
P.S. Fall is Julie’s favorite time of the year so if we haven’t seen you in a while please stop in to catch up with all of us, especially Julie during her favorite time of the year.
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