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Kudos September 2019

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.

Outstanding Healthcare Award nominees
CCHCF 2019 CCH Outstanding Healthcare Award NomineesThe following have been nominated for an Outstanding Healthcare Award with the Campbell County Healthcare Foundation:

Winners will be announced at the Black Cat Ball on Saturday, September 21 at the CAM-PLEX Wyoming Center beginning at 6 pm. Tickets are $150 per person.

To reserve your tickets, contact the CCHCF at 307.688.6235 or nachelle@cchcf.com.

CCH Emergency Medical Services Paramedic Shawna Cochran, EMT-P, received the Rising Star Award Shawna Cochran receives Rising Star Award
CCH Emergency Medical Services Paramedic Shawna Cochran, EMT-P, received the Rising Star Award at the Wyoming Department of Health Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) 49th Annual Trauma and Emergency Medical Services Conference in August 2019. Read more

Brad Hudson earns Marriage and Therapy License Behavioral Health Services counselorBrad Hudson earns Marriage and Therapy License
Brad Hudson recently received his Marriage and Family Therapy license from the State of Wyoming. He has been with CCH since 2017, and since 2018 has split time between the Kid Clinic and Behavioral Health Services. Brad is an outstanding clinician and teammate, and has shown natural leadership qualities by going above and beyond his job description. He volunteers on the Heart Team, serves as an unofficial clinical mentor for newer therapists, and is an avid learner. Brad frequently volunteers to fill in for crisis interventions, assistance in other clinics throughout the hospital, and uses his 20-plus years of military leadership experience to offer ideas and solutions to BHS clinic processes. He is an asset to the clinic, organization, and the community.

Andi Robertson earns Master’s Degree in Social Work Behavioral Health Services Gillette WyomingAndi Robertson earns Master’s Degree
Andi Robertson recently graduated with her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California, and is now provisionally licensed in Social Work. Andi has single-handedly organized the clinical/therapeutic aspects of the inpatient unit–managing a multitude of personnel changes, new requirements from DNV/CMS, and shaping the clinical groups to match the needs of the community. Andi regularly works outside of her job description, often spending days off and weekends to meet the needs of patients on the inpatient unit. She regularly participates in crisis interventions, gives presentations in the community, and goes above and beyond by connecting families and patients with resources in the community and surrounding states. Her knowledge and ability to put her clinical education into action is a standout value she brings to the BHS team.