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!
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.
In my position with Guardian, I take great pride in building and growing trusting relationships with communities, facilities, homes, and the residents they serve. This means meeting the ever growing and changing medication needs as a long term care pharmacy. Outside of work, I enjoy sports, the outdoors, working out, and my 14 year old golden retriever.
I am responsible for the billing department and business office. I work to ensure that the financial aspects of the company are managed – both day to day processes and long-term business goals. When not at work, I enjoy spending time with my husband and three dogs, searching for treasures at antique malls, and bragging about my grown son.
To me, the most important aspect of being a nurse is treating all patients the way I would want my own family to be treated. I have worn several hats throughout my nursing career and pride myself in providing outstanding customer service through intentional listening, meeting people where they are at in life, and building/maintaining strong rapports. When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my three children, traveling, reading, shopping, and most importantly, being grateful for every minute of life!