ICHS honors long-tenured employees

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International Community Health Services (ICHS) honored their longest working employees in December, highlighting the careers of some of their most dedicated team members. In addition to those honored, several employees have been with ICHS for nearly the organization’s entire 40-year existence.

Bouasy Sisttanalay has been with ICHS for over 32 years. She staffs the front desk of the Women, Infant, and Children’s Program, a federal program which helps provide for the nutrition of low-income expecting mothers, breastfeeding women, and children under the age of 5.

Thu Ngo is an obstetrics nurse and is in charge of all work with prenatal and postnatal mothers.

Roger Chu, laboratory supervisor, has been officially with ICHS for 30 years. However, two years ago, the organization contracted out their lab work due to budget cuts. The outside lab kept Roger as manager, leading to a total of 32 continuous years of work.

ICHS is a nonprofit community health center that offers affordable health care services to Seattle and King County’s Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities, as well as other underserved communities. (end)

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