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Thanks for Working Here This Week: Gabriella Nisselius

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Thanks for Working Here This Week: Gabriella Nisselius

Meet Gabriella Nisselius, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Mental Health Technician in Behavioral Health Services. Gabriella has an Associate of Applied Science degree in Biology and EMT certification. She has worked at CCH for five years, hired after completing an EMT class in 2017.

Many people have inspired Gabriella in her healthcare journey, beginning with Elizabeth Blackwell, a British physician who became the first woman in the United States to earn a medical degree. Her legacy was to help women and children living in poverty receive much needed medical care.

“She paved the way for working women in medicine,” said Gabriella. “Once I began working as an EMT, I found many providers that helped shape me into the caregiver I am today. I am blessed to work with so many incredible people, past and present. My first field-training officer (and CCH Legend) Denny Bohne taught me to always keep a calm head, and to study every chance I can. AC Bowolick taught me to always be prepared, and to always trust my instincts. Colleen Long and Shawna Cochran taught me to believe in myself, and always advocate for my patients. Chris Beltz, Shawna Cochran, Brad McKee, and Shane Kirsch taught me what it is like to work for an organization that prioritizes their employee’s needs, so that we can do our best work for our patients.”

To Gabriella, "Excellence Every Day" is more than just a motto.

“It is the culture at Campbell County Health,” said Gabriella. “It means going the extra mile for a patient, helping a coworker, and educating the community. Excellence Every Day is treating everyone that walks through our doors with kindness, compassion, and respect.”

Gabriella is very proud to have received two awards for patient care: an end-of-year EMS award called “The Bleeding-Heart Award”, and more recently the “Rock Star Award”. She says, “I hope to continue and leave behind a legacy of quality and compassionate patient care.”

Outside of work Gabriella can be found spending time with her fiancé, her daughter, their golden retriever, and three cats. When her nose is not in the books, she enjoys music and making art.

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

  • Category: Behavioral Health Services, CCH News, CCMH News, Emergency Medical Services, Health News