It is our privilege to take care of those who cannot take care of themselves. It is an awesome responsibility. We try to make a difference every day. When not working, I enjoy being with my family, playing basketball, golf, landscaping, and reading history books. Save the Day!
We have a unique privilege to help care for residents who may not be able to advocate or care for themselves. Being able to help families navigate the system and put their minds at ease is one of the most rewarding feelings. While not at work, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, local restaurants, biking, and kayaking.
I have the opportunity to work closely with our clinical and operational staff to ensure a high-quality pharmacy experience is not only met but exceeded. Much like the art of Kintsugi, we can create something more unique, wonderful, and resilient. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, serving on the worship team at church and eating good food.
I am driven to provide exceptional patient care and customer service through the strong relationships built by listening to and meeting our resident and facility needs. I like to think my fun and unique sense of humor has contributed towards our success in building and maintaining those relationships. When not working, I enjoy traveling, fishing, woodworking, cooking, and the New York Times Sunday crossword puzzle.
I strive to make sure all the facilities we service and consult with feel confident in our ability to support them and their residents. I believe as a pharmacy we are the lifeline and communication between facilities/residents and providers, and this is a responsibility I do not take lightly. When not at work, I enjoy spending time with my husband and our two very active sons.