Talk to anyone who works at Pine Run Community. They’ll tell you that choosing to work at Pine Run can make a major difference in your life as you make a significant difference in the lives of our patients, residents, and their families.
“I am sharing a story that made me proud to be part of our culture and community today. In the café, I saw a family who had lost a loved one this morning. I was called over to the table by the daughter who shared the last couple days of being with her Mom and family.
“The daughter warmly expressed the following: I have to tell you Kristy, we were so touched by the number of staff that came into Mom’s room since Friday. It was absolutely amazing to see how they cared, how they interacted with her and the pain they had on their faces as they said their goodbyes. It was people from all over this community (in other levels of living), not just the ones who worked with her now. She proceeded: We were amazed. It was beautiful, a beautiful job and I just had to make sure you knew.
“She then showed me a picture of the communication board in her Mom’s room which was filled with loving notes from associates who had stopped by.
“To make a difference in someone’s world, you don’t have to be amazing, rich, talented, beautiful, or perfect. You just have to be you and care. We do remarkable things everyday that just seem like the natural thing to do and we sometimes unknowingly make such a difference in doing so. Thank you to everyone who was there for Jackie and her family and who has been there for our countless other families at their most tender moments. Stories like this keep us going, even when days are challenging.”
“I love working here! I actually enjoy coming to work. Absolutely everyone is very friendly and welcoming.” Amanda C.
“The Supervisor I have is great, and a good listener!” Ty R.
“Pine Run is a nice clean place with great co-workers and management is wonderful. I love that every day I walk in the doors and I am welcomed with a ‘hello’ and a big smile!” Sandra R.
“I continue to be impressed with the level of support from management and lateral employees. Michelle and Rose have been patient and beyond helpful at my training and answering my questions. I feel 100% comfortable asking for help if needed.” Sarah D.
“It was helpful to orient with a nurse for a week or so and then orient with a second nurse. Nurses and staff always ask me if I’m ‘ok’ or if I need help with anything. I know there is always someone to talk to.” Paige C.