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Celebrating 21 Years at COA : Cindy Mark

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2020 is all about celebrating our employees. We would like to introduce Cindy Mark. Cindy has been greeting patients at the front desk now for over 20 years at COA! We asked Cindy some questions about her time here and what makes working at COA so special.

What do you like about working at COA?

I like being able to visit with the patients. In my years here, many have become my friends; we even discuss our families. I also enjoy my coworkers and still keep in touch with those who worked here years ago.

What are some of the values you think COA has that you can align yourself with?

I think to put patient care above everything. I like helping people and it has taught me to be patient with the people outside of our practice too.

What is your most memorable moment at COA?

The most exciting time was when we moved into our new building; now with the remodel, it is another great time to be working for COA

What is your proudest accomplishment in your career at COA so far?

I like to think that my time at the front desk has contributed to the fact it is run so smoothly. I think we really have a good team.

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