Syntero has been named a Top Workplace in the United States! In 2020, Syntero employees participated in a survey from Columbus CEO and Energage, an employee engagement platform, to assess employee satisfaction levels and work culture. For the first time ever, survey results were used to select top workplaces in the nation. The survey included more that 1,100 employers in the United States, Puerto Rico and Guam.
“Syntero is honred to receive this prestigious recognition,” Syntero CEO Julie Erwin Rinaldi, M.ED. said. “Our staff – medical professionals, licensed professionals, administrators and support team – are among the best in Central Ohio. Incorporating our values of integrity, empowerment, innovation and inclusiveness into all aspects of client care and our operations has created a solid, respectful culture throughout our organization and enables Syntero to impact so many people in the communities we serve.”
Syntero was named a Top Workplace by Columbus CEO in 2020 and 2018. Results of Columbus CEO’s Top Workplaces 2021 survey will be announced in May.
Syntero is pleased to announce award-winning architectural designer, Curtis J. Moody, FAIA, as the keynote speaker for the 30th Annual Catalyst for Positive Change Awards on April 16, 2021. Moody has had a prosperous 48-year career and leads Moody Nolan, the largest African American architectural firm in the country. Moody will share his inspirational story of how he overcame challenges to create opportunity for himself and others, and will also discuss what motivates him to give back to the community.
While founding his Central Ohio-based firm in 1982, Moody decided to build it on a foundation of diversity of thought. He has continuously challenged what once was the status quo and has created a corporate environment that is both inclusive and equitable. This allows the profession to hav a full range of creative impact from all employees – no matter their ethnicity or gender. Moody Nolan has grown to more than 230 employees and 11 offices across the nation, and the firm’s designs have won more than 330 design citations.
The virtual event is free to view and all community members are invited to participate in the festivities. To learn more about the event and sponsorship opportunities please visit here.
In a recent article, Susan Ortega, MSW, LISW-S, Syntero’s director of strategic partnerships and initiatives for Franklin County discussed ways community members can help prevent suicide and identify people who may need support. Read the full article, Making Suicide Prevention a Community Priority, in the February/March edition of Dublin Life Magazine.
Syntero will host its 30th annual Catalyst for Positive Change Awards on Friday, April 16, 2021. The awards will honor students who exemplify Syntero’s value of integrity, empowerment, innovation and inclusiveness, as well as resilience during these difficult times. The theme of the virtual ceremony will be “Celebrating Resilience” and will commemorate the achievements and positive contribution of high school seniors from 17 Central Ohio high schools. Over the years, more than 1,500 students have been recognized as role models for their exceptional character and service – for being Catalysts for Positive Change!
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In Fall 2020, Syntero invited surveyors from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International to evaluate how well the organization meets international standards for quality and identify areas for improvement. As part of the evaluation, surveyors interviewed clients, their families, staff members and board members. As a result of the survey, Syntero has been issued a distinguished Three-Year CARF Accreditation! Syntero has been accredited by CARF International for more than 10 years.
The Genoa Healthcare pharmacy located within Syntero’s Dublin office is open and available to serve staff and consumers.
The pharmacy fills behavioral health and primary care prescriptions, mails medications at no extra cost and organizes consumers’ pills based on the date and time they need to take them, which makes it easier for consumers to get, and stay, on their medications.