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Employee Spotlight – Geetha Potineni

The Keystone Health Employee Spotlight for May shines on Geetha Potineni, Network Security Administrator in our Information Systems Department!

Geetha started working at Keystone in January 2016 after completing her master’s degree in Computer Science.

“I was in search of a job in the area when an opportunity became available at Keystone,” she said. “My husband was already working for Keystone and I had heard many great things about the organization, so I was naturally excited to become a part of it.”

Geetha’s daily job responsibilities include checking on the servers and making sure they are backed up, monitoring computer systems and servers for potential threats and preventing them from happening, responding to threats when they do happen as part of the IT team, and maintaining logs for compliance. She can also be found helping staff through the Keydesk when they encounter issues with their computers, logins, websites, emails, pagers, etc. and also provides IT security awareness training to new employees and providers.

“I enjoy every aspect of my job,” Geetha said. “As a Network Security Administrator, I am responsible for continuous monitoring of some of the IT systems and servers and it gives me a sense of pride when I find something critical early and can address it in time so patient care is not interrupted.”

She’s also glad to take part in Keystone’s overall goal.

“I’m proud to be part of Keystone Health, which is driven by the mission of providing access to healthcare for everyone, irrespective of one’s ability to pay for the services.”

In her free time, Geetha keeps busy with her family life.

“I live in Greencastle with my husband, Venkat, who is a Pediatrician at Keystone, and our two daughters, Sindhu and Shriya. My daughters keep me busy, but I love to cook and travel, and I run whenever feasible.”

While she and her husband are not Franklin County natives, they are glad they chose this area to raise their family.

“Franklin County is really beautiful, especially during spring,” she said. “Also, neither I nor my husband likes a long commute to work, so we both enjoy shorter commutes and the area’s relatively slow-paced lifestyle. Its proximity to Washington D.C is also another thing that we love.”

Thank you, Geetha, for all that you do for Keystone and our patients!