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Thanks for working here Thursday: Jenni Miller, RN, BSN, CCH Home Health & Hospice

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Thanks for working here Thursday: Jenni Miller, RN, BSN, CCH Home Health & Hospice

Campbell County Health is proud of its employees, and we want the CCH family and the Campbell County, Wyoming community to know about the good work that they do for this organization.

Say hello to Jenni Miller, RN, BSN, who works at Home Health and Hospice in Gillette, Wyoming. Jenni has been with CCH for 18 years—working for the Campbell County Memorial Hospital Maternal Child and Medical/Surgical departments before joining Home Health and Hospice! She earned her Associates in Nursing from Gillette College in 2001 and Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of Wyoming in 2012; she also has her wound care certification.

Jenni has always been drawn to the healthcare field. “Since I was a little girl and my Grandma worked in a nursing home—anytime that I was in a hospital, I was fascinated by what the nurses and doctors were doing, and by the knowledge they had,” she says. Jenni calls her healthcare heroes all the people who have a humble heart to help people; however, there is one special person in her mind: Dr. Philip McMahill. “I have worked with him in different settings over the years—as a student nurse during clinical hours, a staff nurse on Med/Surg, when he was the medical director for Hospice and now as a physician at The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center. I’ve enjoyed learning from him and working with him over the years.”

When Jenni isn’t at work, she loves to attend exercise classes and complete in obstacle courses. “I have three granddaughters in town who I hang out with as much as possible. I love to camp and go on motorcycle trips with my husband. I also love to paint and remodel—in fact, if I wasn’t a nurse I think I would be very happy flipping houses for a living!” she says.

We asked Jenni what she likes most about working for CCH, and what excellence every day means to her. Check out her response:

“I love the Home Health and Hospice team that I am a part of! We have a high level of autonomy as we are out in patient homes making assessments and providing care on our own. Team communication is critical, and I feel that we excel at it. For me, it all comes down to quality patient care, which I believe CCH takes seriously. I feel like I actually make a difference for our patients. Whether it is with direct patient care, policy review and revision, keeping current with standards of care and regulations, training new staff, or attending education opportunities—I am proud of where I work. CCH provides employees with excellent benefits, continuing education opportunities, and the tuition reimbursement program paid for my BSN degree. I can’t imagine working anywhere else.

To me, excellence every day is being committed to providing care that your patient feels is beneficial, doing your job with integrity to the very best of your ability, treating others with respect, trying to put yourself in others shoes, and remembering that although a task may be second nature to you, it may be the first time your patient has experienced it.”

Thank you, Jenni, for taking such great care of our Home Health and Hospice patients, and being a wonderful member of our team. We are proud to work alongside 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.

  • Category: Employee Recognition, Home Health & Hospice, Maternal Child, Medical/Surgical Unit, Nursing, The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center