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Thanks for working here Thursday: Megan Kummerfeld, RN, ACLS OB, Maternal Child

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Thanks for working here Thursday: Megan Kummerfeld, RN, ACLS OB, Maternal Child

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 Megan Kummerfeld, RN, who works in the Maternal Child Department at Campbell County Health. Megan graduated from the Denver School of Nursing and has been a nurse for seven years—three of those years she’s worked for CCH. She is also Advanced Cardiac Life Support certified in Obstetrics (ACLS OB) and is an instructor here at CCH. According to Josie LeMaster, Maternal Child Director, “It is a real pleasure to work with someone who exemplifies service excellence—Megan is a true leader in the making.” Megan was inspired to work in healthcare by the drive to be that nurse that is always compassionate and kind. “After seeing my Mom go through nurse after nurse that wasn't compassionate and caring, I knew that I wanted to do my part and be a different kind of nurse. I have always loved taking care of people and I feel like I have a compassionate side for those going through hard times. I am patient with mothers while they are laboring, can rejoice with them as they have a healthy birth and can console mothers when tragedy strikes,” says Megan. We asked Megan what she likes most about working for CCH, and what excellence every day means to her. Check out her response:

“What I like most about working at CCH is the fact that I have my dream job. I love that CCH gives us such wonderful educational opportunities to better ourselves. For me, working in Maternal Child is getting to experience the best day of someone’s life. Bonding with a mother as she labors, and meeting their new baby ranks high up there as well. Helping to educate the parents so they feel confident and empowered to go home and take care of their baby is also rewarding. I am blessed to work with a great group of women and compassionate doctors.

Excellence every day means to come to work with a positive attitude, a smile on my face and be that caring compassionate nurse. Excellence every day means showing respect to all families regardless of their situation. Excellence every day means treating my coworkers with patience and kindness in all circumstances. Excellence means being the type of nurse I wanted to be, not just a few days but every single day I work.”

Thank you, Megan for being a caring and compassionate nurse to our patients. We are proud to have you on 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.

  • Category: Employee Recognition, Maternal Child