Name: Reba Borden
Amount of time working for CCH: 2017
Time working as a Provider (doctor, therapist, counselor, DPT, APRN, PA-C,
health coach): 2017
Credentials and/or specializations: Bachelors of Science in Health & Human Performance
Why are you working in your chosen specialty? I’ve always had a passion for health; I realized when I was in college
that I wanted to work in a field where I could help people in a wide array
of health subjects. Working as a Health Educator has given me the ability
to help others and learn something new on a daily basis.
Why is being a provider (doctor, therapist, counselor, DPT, APRN, PA-C,
health coach) important to you? As a Health Educator I get to touch people’s lives on a daily basis,
nothing feels greater than leaving work every day and feeling like I impacted
someone’s life in a positive way.
Why did you choose to work for CCH? I grew up in Cody, Wyoming and after college I wanted to come back to work
in Wyoming. I enjoy working in rural health care and providing a service
to the people of Gillette.
What has made you feel the most pride in your work at CCH? As a Health Educator, nothing makes me feel more proud than to see clients
take control over their health and make whatever changes they feel are
necessary to improve their quality of life.
Who is your health care hero and why? I graduated from Montana State University – Billings and our Student
Health Services had a Health Educator. After I met her, I changed my major
from Biology to Health & Human Performance. I knew I wanted to become
a Health Educator one day.
What advice do you give someone who is looking for a new provider? Find a provider that you feel a connection with. It’s important to
be transparent with your provider so they can provide you the best care possible.
What do you do for fun? I enjoy the outdoors more than anything, it’s why I wanted to come
back to Wyoming. In my free time I enjoy hunting, fishing, skiing, and
four-wheeling, really anything that gets me outside.