The Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce recognized the FourPoints Health as the Business of the Month and William “Bill Lee” Moody of Winger’s Restaurant as the Customer Service Super Star of the Month for May 2019. 

FourPoints Health is one of four health clinics owned and operated by the Paiute Indian Tribe. The group received the status of a Federally Qualified Community Health Center in 2014 and is open to serve community members. 

FourPoints motto is “quality healthcare for the entire community, at a price you can afford.” They accept nearly all insurance plans and offer a sliding-fee scale for those uninsured or under-insured. FourPoints Health recently moved into a brand-new clinic, located at 440 South Main Street in Richfield. 

The group’s services include, primary care, mental health, on-site pharmacy and soon to come dental and optometry services. 

Moody has been a server at Winger’s restaurant for more than four years. 

“Moody is an extremely personable young man,” said Jan Peterson, owner. “He is very much aware of those around him and their needs and desires.”

Peterson said his main goal during work is to assure each guest he serves knows each and every option of the menu items which interest them, that they are greeted immediately upon entering the restaurant and certainly as soon as they are seated to his area. They know that he is never bothered by extra questions or explanations.

“He loves children and never feels it a burden to serve children,” Peterson said. “He quickly becomes their new best friend. They laugh and giggle together. He is very professional.”

Peterson said all guests feel they have had the server of a lifetime when Bill Lee has been their server.

“Anytime I am out in public people stop to tell me of their most recent experience with Bill Lee,” Peterson said. “It often takes me longer to do my shopping because people stop to talk to me about how kind, professional and fun Bill Lee always is. He never complains about anything. He loves his job, the place he works and all of those who work with him. I hope he never quits.” 

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