Campbell County Health is proud of its employees, and we want the CCH family
and the Campbell County community to know about the good work that they
do for this organization.
Say hello to Regina (Reggie) Badwound, who works as an Environmental Services Tech at
The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center. Reggie has been with CCH for nearly four years, but has worked in health
care for more than six years. For those who don’t know,
Environmental and Linen Services is an essential department to all of CCH as it supports patient care by
providing a clean, safe and comfortable environment for patients, visitors
and staff. According to Reggie, “knowing that the residents at The
Legacy have a clean environment is the most important aspect of my job.”
Reggie says she was inspirited to work in healthcare because of one simple
thing: “I love working with seniors,” she says. She’s
a natural fit at The Legacy. She also calls Barbara Robinson who is a
nurse in the
Short Term Rehabilitation unit at The Legacy her health care hero. “Barb is awesome with the
residents here at The Legacy,” Reggie says.
When Reggie isn’t working, she’s spending quality time with
her four baby girls and hanging out with her two best friends. We asked
Reggie what excellence every day means to her, and what she likes most
about working at CCH. Check out her response:
“I like going into the rooms I take care of, and getting to know
the residents who live there. I don’t have to poke them, or make
them get out of bed. I get to go in, and clean, and have fun. Whether
I’m cleaning or just listening to a resident talk I can make their
day better, which makes me feel great! I take pride in my job and love
working in EVS!”
Thanks, Reggie for making sure the residents and patients at The Legacy
live in a clean and safe environment. We think you rock!
Is there a CCH employee who went the extra mile or shows you extraordinary
service? Give them a pat on the back by completing an
Excellence Every Day card.