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.
Meet Danielle Wood, the Office Coordinator for the CCH Infection Prevention,
Professional Development, and Disaster Preparedness
department. This team provides annual compliance education, continuing education
and assistance with formal education and certificates. The department
partners with several community colleges and universities to offer students
clinical experience. Our Health Sciences Education Center is located on
the Gillette College campus and provides us with the ability to hold several
classes concurrently. This department also includes Employee Health and
the medical library for staff.
If you can imagine, she has quite the job. Danielle has an Associate’s
Degree in Applied Science in Sign Language Interpretation, and is a Notary
Public. She’s worked for CCH for the last four years. She was inspired
to work in health care because she enjoys, “working with people
and in healthcare you get a wide variety.”
According to her colleague,
Rose Rennell, RN, the phrase “Ask Danielle, she’ll know,” is something
you’ll hear daily amongst her team, and other colleagues throughout
the organization. “And Danielle does know; she keeps all of us on
track,” says Rose.
“She keeps us all organized, and is a great ambassador for the departments
to the community and CCH staff,” says the Department Director Veronica
Taylor, RN. “She answers questions and definitely goes out of her
way to be sure that the customers’ needs are met. Danielle is a
great example of ‘excellence every day’.”
For Danielle, anyone and everyone who cares for another person is a health
care hero. “It doesn’t matter what your role is, every role
in a health care organization is important in taking care of a patient’s
or resident’s needs. I see greatness in them all,” she says.
For fun, lately, Danielle says that she has been remodeling her house!
“However, I really enjoy going to my boys’ ball games, camping
and fishing, and spending time with family and friends,” she says.
We asked Danielle what she likes most about working for CCH, and what excellence
every day means to her. Check out her response:
“There are so many things that CCH’s departments do, as well
as the organization, as a whole. I just feel that this is a great organization
that really has our patients, residents, and community’s best interest
at heart. My department works really well as a team. Each person has their
own responsibilities, but they all seem to mesh into one, solid unit.
I really enjoy learning from others in my department and helping them
out as best as I can.
For me, Excellence Every Day means that I’m bringing the best of
myself to work, every day.”
We appreciate you, Danielle. Thank you for being a part of our team!
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.