CareerStaff’s Clinicians Share The Most Rewarding Parts of Their Job

Helping others is just one of the many rewards CareerStaff’s clinicians share as the most rewarding parts of their job.

Kimberly D. Martin | Registered Nurse

“Being an RN and helping patients speaks for itself.”

Ramona DeCamp | Speech Language Pathologist

“I love the challenge of working to help students with a wide variety of needs.
Solving the puzzle of what instruction will be the most helpful and time efficient
is one of my rewards.”

Napoli Oraha | Speech Language Pathologist

“My kids! Watching them progress, and seeing the smiles on their faces light up
as they finally begin to see their success motivates me each morning. When the
positive affirmations I tell them, actually are understood by the student
themselves – it is the BEST feeling ever!”

Robert Aims | Nursing Home Administrator

“Helping to lead people serving people.”

Tina Jones | Licensed Practical Nurse

“Taking care of people and working with new people.”

Tawnya Petty | Licensed Practical Nurse

“The gratification showed to me by the residents through thank yous and an occasional hug. It just shows me that all my hard work is not in vain and that a
little appreciation goes a long way. I am also grateful for the ability to be in the
healthcare business for over 32 years and to still have the ability and desire to
do it.”

Lance Gerrish | Registered Nurse

“It has given me freedom that I never had before, I have had the opportunity to travel and see the country. Meet new and interesting people.”

Joan Fredella | Nursing Home Administrator

“Appreciation from residents, families, and staff.”

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