Meet Wayne Holyoak, a valuable
volunteer at Campbell County Health.
Wayne grew up in Gillette and retired to his wife’s family ranch
in 2005 after a career in the U.S. Navy and as a clinical researcher in
the pharmaceutical industry. He’s now using his computer and problemsolving
skills as a volunteer for the
Professional Development (Education) department.
According to Lisa Coleman, E-Learning Specialist, Wayne helps with special
projects and quality control.
“He’s performed research and assisted with formatting and uploading
several years of data from an outdated computer system into Enrollware,
our online enrollment and payment system,” said Lisa. “Wayne’s
services have been instrumental during the past few
EMSU (Emergency Medical Services University) events, helping set up event software
and producing the postconference certificates. He even attends EMSU to
provide software support to the attendees, helping them to download and
use the event app. He’s skilled with Microsoft Excel (we call him
an Excel guru!) and using this knowledge, he helps us to reconcile data,
searching for inconsistencies in data integrity.”
Wayne began volunteering in 2012, and logs about four to five hours per
week. He says that in his experience electronic systems almost never work
the way you want them to, and his forte is to find ‘work arounds’
to solve the problem at hand. He also enters student record data into
NetLearning, the online education program used by employees to update
their mandatory education, reviews the training courses and and creates
the tests that students take after they complete their courses. He even
created an online course in Medical Terminology for employees that don’t
have clinical training, like registration specialists in the various clinics.
“Wayne Holyoak is a volunteer extraordinaire!” says Lisa.“
We are blessed that he gives his time and talents to help us in the Professional
Development department. He’s an enormously wonderful person and
a valued member of our team, who gives great attention and dedication
to the projects he collaborates on. We are so grateful to him.”
Wayne embodies the spirit of volunteerism—giving his time for the
opportunity to help others. Thanks Wayne, for all you do!
If you're interested in learning more about volunteering with CCH,
please contact Volunteer Coordinator Chris Buxton at 307.688.1536 or visit