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Thanks for working here this week: Christin Jones, BSN, RN-BC

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Thanks for working here this week: Christin Jones, BSN, RN-BC

Meet Christin Jones, BSN, RN-BC, Charge Nurse at the Walk-in Clinic. Christin received her Associate of Science degree from Gillette College, a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Western Governor’s University, and is Board Certified in Ambulatory Care Nursing. She worked at Pioneer Manor (now The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center) as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA/CNA II/MA-C) and Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) for five years before coming to the Walk-in Clinic, where she has worked as a registered nurse for seven years.

Christin has been in healthcare for 21 years, and her healthcare hero is Nancy May, DNP, RN-BC, NEA-BC, Nurse Executive and former President of the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing. Christin attended a presentation by Nancy through AAACN on an innovative care delivery method used at University of Michigan Healthcare.

“It was so inspiring that I had a follow up call with her the next week to go over the process she used to create it,” said Christin.  “I was so full of inspiration and felt so encouraged after speaking with her I started bawling at the end of the call. I want to be like her when I grow up.”

Christin says that her colleagues at the Walk-in Clinic are great to work with, and that the current leadership team is the best she’s worked with in her nursing career.

“I love working with other departments and be able to participate in collaborative efforts to innovate patient care delivery within the organization,” says Christin.”

When she’s not working, Christin loves spending time with her family and going on “mini-adventures” with her kids so they can experience the world outside of their everyday life.

Thank you, Christin, for taking great care of our patients every day at Campbell County Health. We appreciate all that you do.

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