The Campbell County Health July 2018 Department Discovery shines a light the CCH
Human Resources department.
For those who don’t know, a human resources department is a critical
component of employee well-being in any organization—in fact, HR
responsibilities include payroll,
benefits, hiring, firing, and keeping up to date with state and federal tax laws.
“We are the starting point for all employees and applicants as well
as a continuous resource for all existing employees,” says Human
Resources Vice President
And they do all of this with just six employees—in fact, the staff
in HR have a combined total of 100+ years at CCH! That’s a wealth
of knowledge in their line of work.
“We are really just here to help everyone,” says Noamie. “Many
people hear Human Resources and think of scary things or being in trouble,
but every good thing about your employment is also taken care of in Human
Resources—like pay raises and benefits!”
According to Noamie, the best part of working in HR is the interaction
with all the employees across CCH. The organization is the most comprehensive
healthcare provider in the state of Wyoming—with a hospital, nearly
20 clinics, a long-term care center and the Powder River Surgery Center,
along with a host of other services including Emergency Medical Services,
Home Medical Resources, Rehabilitation, and Wellness. CCH strives to provide
its staff with great benefits, patient-focused resources, professional
development, a vibrant community and work/life balance.
This year, the staff in HR is working on new application software to help
with recruitment efforts, as well as possibly implementing online benefit
A big round of applause to the CCH Human Resources Team! Thanks for helping
to keep our patients (and our staff) safe, happy and healthy.
Campbell County Health is an equal opportunity employer and does not base
hiring decisions on race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, handicap
or disability. To learn more about employment opportunities at CCH, please visit