Autrey, Olympic Medical Center clinic manager, lauded for COIVD-19 response

Aleisha Autrey, Olympic Medical Center’s walk-in clinics manager, was presented a leadership award at an OMC virtual department leadership meeting on July 21.

Josh Jones, chief physician officer of Olympic Medical Physicians as well as OMP operations leadership, nominated Autrey for the recognition.

Darryl Wolfe, OMC Interim Chief Executive Officer, said, “Despite the challenges her team has faced, under Aleisha’s calm and positive guidance, they operationalized a COVID-19 response that is unprecedented.”

Autrey joined Olympic Medical in 2014 as a medical office assistant. Since then, she has assumed various supervisory roles, most recently being promoted to walk-in clinic manager in February 2020.

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