From Nigeria to New Hampshire. Julie shares how she’s finding fulfillment as a nurse at Mt. Carmel Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Manchester.
Being an RN was always part of Roxanne’s plans. But with a family, a mortgage to pay and other responsibilities, she put her dream on the backburner.
Jean, an LPN at Mt. Carmel Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Manchester, shares how the Pathways scholarship was key to advancing his career and building a better life for his family.
Erin’s message is simple: Don’t take the small things for granted. See how she’s living that every day as an LNA at Mt. Carmel in Manchester.
What Mt. Carmel Rehabilitation and Nursing Center employees are saying:
“I love working here at Mt. Carmel because of the atmosphere created by the residents and staff members alike. I am proud to serve the residents of this community. From day one I have felt welcomed by everyone here like I was part of the family. The staff and residents here have taught me to be the best nurse I know I can be, and because of them I strive to make a difference in each person’s life no matter how big or small.”
– Lindsey Holcombe, LPN
“Upon entering Mt. Carmel I had an immediate sense of home. I appreciated the quality and emotional care that is provided for the elderly who no longer could do it for themselves. To this day (30 years later), these qualities are what have kept me amongst those whom I’ve come to consider family.”
– Pam Bean, LNA
“I have been employed by Mt Carmel for over 10 years as an LNA. I am very proud to be a team member that unites together for the safety, respect and quality of care we give to all the residents.”
– Stacey Blondeau, LNA
“Working at Mt. Carmel as an LNA has given me the pleasure to interact and care for so many residents. I can honestly say working here is a positive experience.”
– Rene Caggiano, LNA