The Dedicated Staff of Good Samaritan
Who are the people of Good Samaritan? We are your neighbors, friends, and
family. We are your community members you see every day. We are your partners
in health care. No matter what part we play, you can rest easy knowing
that we will strive to provide exceptional service in everything we do.
We know how important your health care is because we know
you. Each of us is a caregiver in our own way, making a difference in your life.
At Good Samaritan, we are people caring for people. We are Your Good Samaritan.
Meet some of our employees who are not only making a difference in your
health but also making a difference in your community. Also, you can click
the link at the bottom of this page to say thanks to an employee who is
doing good in your community!
Ruth Carlisle – Otwell, Indiana
Microbiologist and Soccer Club Mom
I am extremely passionate about my job and helping others. Even though
I do not work directly with patients in the Microbiology Department, I
help determine the proper treatment to make them feel better. I come to
work every day not knowing what kind of bacteria or diseases I will be
working with; it is always a new adventure. Giving back to others is something
that I strive to do both in and outside of work. Being part of the Middle
School Soccer Club in my hometown of Pike County is very rewarding. Our
children are our future and providing an avenue where they can be active
contributes to their health and well-being.
Kristi Isaac – Mt. Carmel, Illinois
OB Nurse and Volleyball Coach
My job allows me to help families enjoy the best times of their lives.
Together with my co-workers we work together to bring new life into the
world and it is the best feeling ever. My community is very small and
neighbors still look out for each other. It takes the work and love of
the people to keep these types of communities going and I love lending
a helping hand. Making a difference in the lives of my patients and in
the lives of my community members is the best feeling.
Jamie Massey – Lawrenceville, Illinois
Same Day Surgery Nurse and Camp Girls Nurse
I love caring for my patients and ensuring them they are in good hands
and will be taken care of. I work with an amazing team on Same Day Surgery
and am very fortunate to be a part of this hard working and skilled group.
To take care of people at their most vulnerable time and to earn their
trust is a privilege. The same feeling of accomplishment I feel as a nurse
is felt when I volunteer in my community with Camp Girls. I am able to
help shape the lives of the girls and teach them the importance of contributing
to their community and society. Whether I am working with my team in the
hospital or alongside fellow counselors at Camp Girls, I know I am making
a difference in the lives of others.
Joanna Primeau, Ph.D. – Washington, Indiana
Psychologist and Food Pantry Volunteer
I love helping others make positive changes in their lives. It is a privilege
to work closely with someone that has the courage to work at becoming
healthier. I feel emotional health is just as important as physical health.
I love my community, and I feel that life is all about making connections
and supporting one another. As a Good Samaritan employee, I value being
able to help people through my job, but I also carry that value of helping
my community to make it a better place for everyone. It is personally
rewarding because I grow and learn from the amazing people I encounter
in these experiences.
Kyle Reed – Princeton, Indiana
Occupational Therapy Assistant and Youth Football Coach
Helping my patients regain their independence is the best feeling in the
world. I love working in a positive atmosphere surrounded by amazing people
who truly want what is best for the patient. Knowing that Good Samaritan
strives to help its community gives you an extra sense of pride when you
come to work every day. It is contagious to work with like-minded people
who want to go above and beyond to help others around them. It is rewarding
to give back to my community when they have been so supportive to me throughout
my life. I want to make a difference in the life of a child just like
someone did for me.
Rick Schlomer – Vincennes, Indiana
Respiratory Therapist and KETA Volunteer
God has done so much for me in my life and being able to give back to people
in my community is the least I can do. Whether I am helping my patients
or helping my neighbors, being able to assist those in need is very rewarding.
I love my job at Good Samaritan because I am surrounded by like-minded
people who truly want to help and care for those in need. To reach out
and show the mercy and love that I have received seems like the natural
thing to do. We have a very good hospital and a very good community. If
we all do a little, we can get a lot done.
Annabell Smith – Vincennes, Indiana
Laundry Assistant and Church Volunteer
Meeting new people has been the best part of my job. Before I was a Laundry
Assistant, I was an Environmental Services Attendant. While I walked throughout
the hospital cleaning different areas or sweeping the floors, I would
see my co-workers or community members. Greeting them and catching up
always brings a smile to my face. Being a member of my church and volunteering
with them in my community has also allowed me to come out of my shell
and form new friendships. I love my community and I love giving back to
others in need. It’s the Christian thing to do.
Melissa Stearley – Carlisle, Indiana
Physician Network Operations Manager & 4H Leader
Being involved with the 4-H program as a child, shaped the person that
I am today. It taught me responsibility, public speaking, how to form
my own opinion and explain my reasons why I formed it that way. I created
so many positive, life-long relationships. The things I learned in 4-H
has helped me both personally and professionally. I love the relationships
that I have formed with my co-workers at Good Samaritan. I enjoy being
a part of the team that is leading our organization and community through
the ever changing health care world. Good Samaritan has always tried to
better the lives and health of our youth, and it is meaningful to be able
to make positive changes both in and outside of work.
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