Crittenton Home Care Nursing Student Awarded Scholarship from Michigan Association for Home Care

According to a press release, the Michigan Association for Home Care, along with the Kitch, Drutchas, Wagner, Valitutti & Sherbrook Allied Health Scholarship, recently awarded Crittenton Home Care employee, Melissa Kuebler, its $2,000 Allied Health Scholarship in honor of her work and education in both the nursing and home care professions.

Melissa Kuebler, accepts the Allied Health Scholarship from Barry Cargill, executive director of Michigan Association for Home Care, along with her mother, Lynn Kuebler, (far left) who is also a nurse at Crittenton Home Care and Pamela Wozniak, director of Crittenton Home Care Certified Division.

Melissa Kuebler, accepts the Allied Health Scholarship from Barry Cargill, executive director of Michigan Association for Home Care, along with her mother, Lynn Kuebler, (far left) who is also a nurse at Crittenton Home Care and Pamela Wozniak, director of Crittenton Home Care Certified Division.

Kuebler is currently enrolled at Baker College where she will continue as a nursing student in the fall. Kuebler has worked at Crittenton Home Care for the past 3 years while beginning her college career and being accepted into nursing school. Her dedication to the medical profession continues to grow as she learns the many aspects of home care and nursing.

The Scholarship rewards students pursuing an allied health related degree who are currently working in home care. The Michigan Association for Home Care awards scholarships each year to Michigan students.

“This $2,000 award is designed to encourage valued and talented home care workers to continue their education and join the professional ranks of the skilled home care workforce, said Barry Cargill, Executive Director of the Michigan Association for Home Care.”

“The selection process was competitive and we believe Melissa will achieve her educational, personal, and professional goals”, said Cargill.

Crittenton Home Care has been providing Certified and Private Duty home care services for more than 30 years in Oakland, Macomb, and surrounding counties. Providing a continuum of care approach is the focus of Crittenton Home Care. The organization strives to stand out above other agencies by providing an elite staff of qualified professionals to aid patients in their recovery process.

Both Private Duty and Certified services are provided in the privacy of each patient’s home for individuals recovering from an accident, illness or those that may be entering challenging stages of life. Some of the many services Crittenton Home Care provides are: Skilled Nursing, High Tech Services, Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies, Supportive Personal and Companion care.

With the variety of health care issues that clients face, Crittenton Home Care’s goal is to provide a comprehensive care plan to match each unique case. Crittenton Home Care’s commitment is to provide cost effective, quality home care services that are individualized for the client and family. For more information about Crittenton Home Care, visit www.crittentonhc.com or call 248-656-6757.

About Michigan Home Care – Established in 1981, the Michigan Association for Home Care is the state trade association for providers of home health, hospice, private duty and personal care, home medical equipment, and pharmacy infusion.  Michigan Home Care provides a unified voice for all of the industry segments of home care and promotes high standards of patient care in the delivery of services and equipment. Michigan Home Care advocates for the role of home care services within the total health care system.

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