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Celebrating Nurses Week with our nurses at Clay Center Presbyterian Manor

Christina McKale, LPN/Assisted Living Nurse Obtained LPN in 2016, and recently started at CCPM in December 2021.  She became a nurse, and always wanted to become a hospice nurse, because she wanted to help those in need. What she loves about being a nurse at CCPM is the small knit community that treats residents and staff like family.

Michelle Alquist, RN, RAC-CT, Health Services Supervisor has been a nurse for 25 years and with the Manor for six years. She enjoys being a part of the CCPM team because she loves taking care of the residents and feeling that she makes a difference in their lives.

Kelly Otott, Health Services Supervisor has been a nurse for 25 years. Kelly has recently started at the Manor and her favorite part has been putting a smile on a resident's face whether by caring for them or just taking a moment to sit down and talk to them.

Jessica Lippe, Director of Nursing has been a nurse since 2004. She became a nurse because she liked caring for people. She joined CCPM in 2011 and has always enjoyed hearing the residents’ stories.

Kathy Palmer, Health Services RN has been at the Manor since 2003. She wanted to become a nurse because she always wanted to be a helping hand to others. She loves working as a nurse at CCPM because she gets to know each resident and their family.

Londa Baker, Health Services LPN has been at the Manor since 2015. She started volunteering in high school at a nursing home and realized she enjoyed taking care of people. Her favorite part of being a part of the CCPM community is that she gets to care of residents while also enjoying a good support system of coworkers.

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