To all the healthcare workers and first responders, we sincerely thank you!

Healthcare workers and first responders are consistently risking their safety to help others. We couldn’t be more thankful for each and every one of you and their courage to be on the frontline of this pandemic. We thank you and recognize your bravery and selflessness to help our communities.

In an effort to express sincere gratitude to our WellStreet Warriors for their valor and commitment to providing uncompromising care, we launched the following employee recognition activities. Thank you, Piedmont, Summit, and Beaumont Warriors, we couldn’t do this without you!


During this unprecedented time, our focus on providing uncompromising care, one patient at a time has quickly adapted to meet the needs of our patients and teams. We have expanded beyond in-center visits to offer curb-side visits, virtual visits, COVID-19 testing, and on-site employer support. Our ability to offer patients more ways to get care, wherever and whenever they need it, is only achievable because of our incredible WellStreet team members who live out our mission every day! Thank you for your commitment, you truly are incredible!

– Lisa Mikkelsen, CEO – WellStreet Urgent Care

We are all very grateful to be able to continue serving our communities, but that can’t happen without dedicated caregivers like you who show up every day, leaving your own homes so that others can access the care they need. Thanks also for supporting each other and lifting spirits when your colleagues need it, and staying positive through the rapid and unpredictable changes we have had to endure. That’s not easy in the best of times. But the ability to perform in crisis is the truest demonstration of service and leadership, and each of you has earned your stripes in that regard!

– Lee A. Resnick, MD – President / Chief Medical Officer -WellStreet Urgent Care

Lunch on the Leadership Team

Nom-nom!  That means eat up and that’s what our center teammates did during the week of April 20th – April 24th.  In appreciation for your hard work, the Senior Leadership Team provided lunch for all Center staff.


Thank you for all you’re doing to serve our communities. I “see” smiles behind every mask, and the team of champions we have working at WellStreet couldn’t make me prouder!

– Jim Ray, RVP – Beaumont Division

It’s an honor to be part of this amazing team! As difficult of a time as we’re in, this team continues to put others first and serve the community with kindness and professionalism, always demonstrating a servant’s heart. You make us great!

– Jimmy Karvelas, CFO – Summit Division

Billboard Recognition

If you have not had an opportunity to see our new billboards at a WellStreet center near you, please check out the photos below.  We are giving a HUGE shout out of THANKS to our WellStreet Warriors for being true healthcare heroes. 

Please share your thanks and appreciation to our center teammates for being WellStreet Warriors, standing strong together!

#CelebrateOurWellStreetWarriors! #TrueHealthCareHeroes! #StandingStrongTogether!


I’d like to express my gratitude and appreciation to our WellStreet Warriors and Technology team. You’ve rolled up your sleeves and taken an all-hands-on-deck approach to support our patients and one another.

– Irfan Ali, Sr. Director of Information Technology – WellStreet Urgent Care

Mahatma Gandhi said, ‘The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.’ The passion and commitment you’ve shown through the long nights, early mornings, and countless hours is a testament to your service for others. Thank you.

– Debra Townsend, Dr. Revenue Cycle – WellStreet Urgent Care

The demonstration of leadership, teamwork, problem solving, and commitment to providing Uncompromising Care to our patients every day is unparalleled. Thank you to all of our amazing WellStreet Warriors!

– Jordan O’Neill, Dir. New Business Development & Integration – WellStreet Urgent Care




Center Yard Signs

Your leadership team installed yard signs at each center as a ‘sign’ of gratitude to our Warriors for their hard work and commitment during this pandemic.  Check out a few center snapshots below.


I want to THANK ALL of our teammates who have been called to healthcare and relentlessly dedicate themselves to providing an uncompromising patient care experience. Your commitment to quality care and compassion makes us special. #WellStreetWarriors #WellStreetStrong

– Ty Houston, Sr. Dir. Operations – Piedmont Division

Our teams have represented what being a healthcare hero is all about by their selfless acts of care, compassion, and dedication to serving our patients during this healthcare crisis. We are truly grateful for all of our staff during this time period.

– Jonathan Stokes, Sr. Dir. Operations – Beaumont Division

It’s so encouraging to see our team shine bright through these challenging times and be a light for our communities. The kindness and courage on display reminds of Matthew 5:16 and I am so proud to be a part of such a special group.

– Sammy Karvelas, Sr. Dir. Operations –Summit Division

Center T-Shirt Design Contest

It’s official… our company t-shirt design contest is underway!! This is a company-wide contest for our center teammates to work together and create a T-shirt design for your center that represents the spirit of a “WellStreet Warrior”.  The contest will run until May 9th and once your center’s design is complete, the PM for your location will submit the design on the center’s behalf.   We will send out a survey of all designs for a company-wide vote.  All teammates will receive the winning center’s t-shirt to wear.

More to come… Good luck!!!


Some heroes are born and others created when faced with adversity, but all are loved more than you will ever know.

– Cassandra Donnelly D.O., Regional Medical Director – Piedmont Division

A Superhero In Scrubs Works Here WellStreet Urgent Care Hero

– Bernice Sessa, MD, Regional Medical Director – Beaumont Division

I am so proud to be part of a team that can adapt so quickly and continue to provide the highest level of care for our patients during this trying time. Great job everyone!

– Michael Duchynski MD, Regional Medical Director – Summit Division

We Want Everyone to Know

We want to share our employee appreciation with the community and will be featuring our #WellStreetWarriors on Facebook and Instagram throughout the month of May; too many great photos not too!

Let’s work together to increase our community reach and support our fellow WellStreet Warriors by liking, commenting and sharing these social posts!


Our WellStreet Warriors are true champions! Their courage, strength and commitment to providing uncompromising CARE to our patients is what makes our company unbeatable.

– Marcia Ferguson, Dir. Human Resources – WellStreet Urgent Care

To all the superheroes in masks 🦸🏻‍♂️ and front-line warriors sacrificing their health to serve others, I applaud and commend you for your service. I am honored to fight this fight with our WellStreet Warriors.

– Britni Combs, Dir. Marketing and Business Development – Piedmont Division

A Big Thank You To our Non-Clinical WellStreet Warriors!

You may not treat patients or provide direct patient care, but your support is crucial so that our frontline warriors can put their best foot forward in caring for our community.

To my WellStreet family: I thank everyone for their dedication and commitment as we unite together to respond to the epic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. We will overcome adversity through the strength of this family. Our frontline warriors in partnership with administration, finance, payroll, IT, and Revenue Cycle, can fight against this lawless force and accomplish our Mission, Uncompromising Care… One Patient at a Time. Thank you all!!

– Tom Simons, CFO – WellStreet Urgent Care

Community Members, Your Support Means the World to US!

A big #ThankYou to all of our community members who have supported our WellStreet Warriors by sending thank you lunches and gifts. You guys rock!


The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.

– Coretta Scott King, Singer, civil rights leader and wife of Martin Luther King Jr.