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Thanks for working here Thursday: Christina Redman, MA-C, The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center

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Thanks for working here Thursday: Christina Redman, MA-C, The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center

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.

Introducing Christina Redman, a Medication Aide (MA-C) who works at The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center in Gillette, Wyoming. For those who don’t know, a certified medication aide is a certified nursing assistant (CNA) who has completed additional classroom training to be certified to dispense medications to patients while working under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Training is usually 4 months, and includes 140 hours of supervised clinical practice. Christina also has a welding degree!

Working for The Legacy was her start in healthcare, and she’s worked for CCH for two and a half years. Christina said it was her mother who encouraged her to pursue a career in health care. “She told me that I always had a spot in my heart for the older generation. I could connect with them, was very compassionate toward them, and loved being around and hearing their stories. She said that she felt that I would be a perfect fit to work at a long-term care facility,” she says. And, we must say that Christina really is a perfect fit.

Outside of work, Christina enjoys spending time with her family. “I run my kids around all the activities they have going on!” she says with a laugh. “When it’s nice out, I love being outside in the sun, whether it’s out at the lake, mountains, or just my back yard.”

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

“I like my team and how well we work together, as well as understand our residents and even each other. We care about each other, can be sympathetic and have empathy for each other, and make sure that we are all alright. Also, we like to have fun! When I can make a resident smile even when they have little to no communication but facial emotion, that’s what make my heart happy.

Excellence every day to me means coming to work ready to make my resident have the best day ever, every day they wake up and for them to know they are safe and loved.”

We love that explanation, Christina. We are proud to have you on our team.

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  • Category: Employee Recognition, Nursing, The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center