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Thanks for working here Thursday: Tanya Arbach, RN, BSN, Information Services

Thanks for working here Thursday: Tanya Arbach, RN, BSN, Information Services

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.

Allow us to introduce Tanya Arbach, RN, BSN, who is a Clinical Analyst in the Campbell County Health Information Systems (IS) department. For those who don’t know, clinical analysts at CCH help manage the computer networks for our medical facilities. Tanya has her bachelors of science in nursing and has worked at CCH for the last 15 years, and has been a nurse for almost 26 years. When Tanya was 9 years old, she had her appendix removed. This emergency inspired her to work in health care because she “remembered how caring the nurses were” who took care of her throughout her experience.

Many of Tanya’s coworkers will tell you that she is passionate about her job, and is a huge asset to CCH. According to her colleague Georgia Morris, Tanya works hard to make sure CCH’s charting systems are up to date and changes are completed in a timely manner. “Since she worked as a nurse prior to working in IS, she understands the importance of making sure the care team has the resources they need from a technical and charting standpoint. This helps staff better focus on patient care as much as possible,” says Georgia.

When asked about her health care hero, Tanya said: “I have had many heroes as I have grown in my career, and they include some CCH colleagues Anne Raga, CCH Legend Deb McMurtrey, and Cheryl Opfer.”

For fun, Tanya enjoys reading, watching her children play sports, and spending time with her grandchildren. We asked Tanya 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 in Information Systems is when we can harness technology to improve patient care, especially patient safety. I have always felt that employees at CCH do a great job caring for patients—seeing the recent reports and awards backs that up; it was very proud moment for me. Even though I am not in direct patient care, I feel that what I do makes caring for the patients easier.

Excellence every day means that I’m doing my part to improve patient care in ways that might not be visible. And treating everyone as I want to be treated.”

Tanya, thank you for helping CCH’s medical and support staff to better take care of our patients. We appreciate you!

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.