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Truelove wins the Rising Star Award

VALDOSTA – Haylee Truelove, Certified Pharmacy Technician at Walgreens, North Ashley Street, received the Rising Star Award with SingleCare Fourth Annual “Best of the Best Pharmacy Awards.”

The awards recognize the top 25 U.S. pharmacists, technicians and teams nationwide, company officials said in a statement.

To determine the winners, the SingleCare editorial board evaluated thousands of customer nominations. A total of 25 winners were named, including 10 pharmacists, nine pharmacy technicians, one pharmacy trainee and five pharmacy teams.

“A common thread among winner stories is that they consistently provide their patients with exceptional service and the highest quality of care at the pharmacy counter,” the reps said. “Haylee is very passionate about her job, cares about customers and goes out of her way to help you with your prescriptions,” said Michael Khoury of SingleCare. “He is a very caring person.

“She always goes out of her way to make sure your medications are correct and as cheap as possible. She is absolutely the best. She is the best person I have ever dealt with. Most people are in a hurry for you She wants to make sure you understand everything.

“Truelove has embarked on a new role at Walgreens in the midst of the pandemic and has helped so many people at Walgreens in Valdosta,” company representatives said.

Faeskorn named

SGMC VP of

revenue cycle

VALDOSTA — South Georgia Medical Center has welcomed Olaf Faeskorn, MBA, CPC, COC as vice president of revenue cycle.

Faeskorn will oversee the health system’s revenue cycle operations, hospital officials said in a statement.

He is responsible for providing leadership, oversight and direction to departments related to patient access and financial services.

Originally from Germany, Faeskorn has nearly 25 years of experience in healthcare, beginning her career as a nurse and later moving into health information management and revenue cycles.

He has spent the past 20 years in the Greater Boston area at various major hospitals and health systems.

“Moving from Boston to South Georgia is a great new adventure for me and my family.

We were warmly welcomed and I am delighted to see the enthusiasm of my new teams,” said Faeskorn.

Faeskorn holds a nursing degree from the Krankenpflegeschule an der Ruhr in Germany.

He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Economics from the University of Massachusetts.

He also earned an MBA from Boston University School of Management.

Faeskorn is married to Amy and has two children.

For more information, visit sgmc.org.

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