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How would I say:

I'm calling to follow up with you, to see how you are doing since your discharge home. My supervisor likes to reward our employees for a job well done, is there anyone in your opinion that stood out that you would like to thank or acknowledge?

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Estoy llamando para hacerle un seguimiento y ver como le está yendo después que fue dado de alta. Mi supervisor quiere estimular a nuestros trabajadores por el trabajo bien hecho. ¿Hay alguien en su opinión que debería ser reconocido?.

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That translation wasn't even right, you would say "dar seguimiento" instead of "hacerle un seguimiento" –  Andrei Dvoynos Jan 13 at 8:11
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@AndreiD In Spain, at least, we would say hacer un seguimiento, which means to evaluate and control something or (as in this case) someone continually or periodically. Dar seguimiento would be to perform an action that follows on a previous one. –  Gorpik Jan 13 at 12:20
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I agree with @gorpik and I'm from cuba –  Emilio Gort Jan 13 at 14:24

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