Employee Spotlight Shines on Frances DaSilva

This month, we are proud to shine our Employee Spotlight on Frances DaSilva, Admitting Department Manager. Frances has been working at Flushing Hospital Medical Center for 13 years.

Frances is originally from the beautiful county of Buckinghamshire, town of High Wycombe in England. She attended elementary school through college in England and moved to the United States in ­­­­­1983 and settled in Brooklyn where she still resides.

Frances has two daughters who she is very proud of. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, attending church, and giving back to the community. Those things bring her great joy.

Frances delights in eating different types of food from around the world. She is always open to trying new types of delicious food. She enjoys any form of music that gets her feet moving. Her favorite genres of music are jazz, classical, gospel and modern dance. Frances enjoys travelling and feels fortunate to have visited many beautiful places. She particularly likes the Delaware area and Massachusetts. Her hobbies include cooking, reading, and crafts.  Frances likes a variety of sports especially track and field, basketball, football and tennis.

Frances enjoys working at Flushing Hospital because of the amazing people on her team who help to ensure that their department runs well. She also likes the daily interactions with administrators, the clinical team, and people from every department at the hospital. She feels that her job has given her the opportunity to continually learn. We are happy to have Frances as a member of our team and we look forward to having her continue with us for many more years in the future.

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