CHG's¬†credentialing, risk management, quality management and legal teams (CRQL) kicked off the holiday season with a Putt-Putt for Pantry event that combined community involvement with teamwork and fun,¬†illustrating how working and playing as a team is part of our culture.
The week before Thanksgiving, the teams met at a local golf course and used canned food items to design a 12-hole miniature golf course. After their event, the group donated $600 worth of food to the Utah Food Bank.
"I think ‚ÄòPutt-Putt for Pantry' was one of the best events I have participated in at CHG," Debbie Thompson, quality management associate manager, shared. "Our team had a lot of fun designing our hole and playing the course. I especially liked that all the items we used in the course were going to a good cause!"
The teams enjoyed the camaraderie of their co-workers and the prizes given for the best-themed hole and the lowest putt-putt score. Those who participated say events such as this one show that CHG wants teams to get to know one another better.
"And giving back to the community in some way during events like this makes them all the better," adds Tina Rasmussen, associate quality management coordinator.