Eagle Health, LLC, a Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) subsidiary, has long been an industry leader in healthcare services. Eagle Health works with a mission that believes in the four aspects of health care, quality, service, compassion, and innovation. Eagle Health has an incredibly talented pool of healthcare experts that support this mission. One such example is Wendy Goforth. Wendy is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant on the Eagle Health contract with the U.S. Army to provide Physical Therapy Services. Wendy has proven herself as a reliable and dedicated employee who believes strongly in providing the best care and support to her patients. Wendy has a strong level of commitment and passion for her work that leads her to produce continuous excellence and strive for mission success. As such, Eagle Health presented Wendy with a Cape Fox Tinàa Award for Employee Excellence. This award is given to employees who demonstrate dedication, performance, dependability, productivity, and attitude.
Wendy began working for Concentric Methods in 2015 and then transitioned to Eagle Health in her current position in 2020 as a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant at the Tuttle Army Health Clinic at Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah, GA, where she assists her patients with a regimen of exercise, education, and various other modalities to reduce pain and muscle tension. She also sees to several administrative tasks to ensure the physical therapy clinic is kept running smoothly.
Wendy’s motivational approach and steadfast work ethic have not gone unnoticed. The customer recently commented, “Wendy goes above and beyond in all her tasks and duties. Ms. Goforth frequently receives positive Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) comment cards regarding her superior quality of patient care. Ms. Goforth was a pivotal member during the most recent TJC survey, resulting in zero findings. She is an integral part of the TAHC Physical Therapy Rehabilitation team and TAHC medical mission.”
Wendy is an inspiration to everyone around her. In her own words, which she uses to approach her work, “Your life is what you make of it. If there is something that you don’t like about it, you are the one who has the willpower and determination to change it. It just takes that first step. Also, when you are tasked with a large, seemingly unconquerable situation, I ask, how do you eat a whale or elephant? One bite at a time. Take the task one piece at a time, and before you know it, you will have it behind you and completed.”
Outside of work, Wendy loves to read, go fishing, go hiking, and crochet. Eagle Health commends Wendy for the commitment, motivation, and enthusiasm she brings to her job. Eagle Health is proud to have Wendy on our team. She truly is an asset. Thank you, Wendy!