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Thanks for working here this week: Devyn Brinkerhoff-Olson, RN

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Thanks for working here this week: Devyn Brinkerhoff-Olson, RN

Meet Devyn Brinkerhoff-Olson, registered nurse in the Heptner Cancer Center. Devyn has Associate degrees in Health Science and Nursing from Gillette College. She began her healthcare career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in 2016, paused to complete her nursing education in 2017, and has been working as a registered nurse since June 2019. In 2019 Devyn received the Rising Star Award from the Wyoming Nurses Association District 10 that represents Gillette and Campbell County.

In 2014 Devyn was in a traumatic car accident that quickly changed her life. Through that experience, she developed an interest in the medical field and wanted to be able to pass on the care and compassion she received during that time, to her patients to make a difference and impact in their lives.

Devyn has met many incredible healthcare providers that have played a significant role in her life, saying “I have taken away so much from each of them. Each of these people have helped shape the nurse I am today.”

She values the connections and relationships that she makes with her patients and their families, and being able to really take the time to talk with her patients and get to know them.

“It is an honor to be able to care for the patients that I do and support them along their journey,” said Devyn. “As a department, we all work very closely together in the Cancer Center and make sure we are always helping to provide the best care that we can to each patient we come in contact with. “

To Devyn, Excellence Every Day means providing each patient with safe, competent and compassionate care. It means coming to work every day putting her heart into her job and making sure her patients are well cared for. It also means that she shows up to work every day being a dedicated team player and supporting her colleagues.

When she’s not at work, Devyn enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going to the mountains and camping.

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

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