Payson Care Center names new director of nursing
Jaden Rosser was recently promoted to director of nursing at Payson Care Center.
Rosser moved to Payson in 2006 to begin his career in health care. After attending Gila Community College, he received his bachelor’s degree in nursing from Northern Arizona University.
Since relocating to Payson, he worked at Payson Regional Medical Center while attending school. In 2011 Rosser came to work for the Payson Care Center as the assistant director of nursing. He was quickly promoted due to his ability to lead by example and take responsibility for Payson Care Center’s commitment to quality of care. His success is attributed to his desire to see other people achieve their work performance goals. Working side by side with Payson Care Center’s full-time onsite physician, Dr. Terrance Rousseau, Rosser and his team of nurses and CNAs are able to outperform other skilled nursing facilities because of the onsite physician and the “Ready, Set, Go” therapy programs.
Rosser’s story is an inspiration to all young people seeking careers in the health care industry. He completed school and worked full-time while supporting a young family. He says he does not believe in luck, he believes in making good choices.
For questions about Rosser or Payson Care Center please feel free to call (928) 474-6896 or stop by at 107 E. Lone Pine Dr., just west of the hospital.
Grant helps with APS bills
The Gila County Community Action/ Housing Service office (CAP) has received a special grant to assist residents with APS electric bills.
The requirements for the assistance include: gross income for the last 30 days between $1,362 and $1,815 for a household of one; $1,839 to $2,452 for two; $2,317 and $3,088 for three; $2,794 and $3,725 for a household of four; $3,272 and $4,362 for five; and $637 for each additional person — you must be able to provide verification for each household member that has income; there is a crisis; verification of all Social Security numbers of all household members; most recent APS bill; the maximum that will be paid is $400 for current and past due amounts; no credit can be given on an account; a household may be assisted only once in a 12-month period; the funds cannot be used to pay on old, disconnected accounts; the money cannot be used to pay deposits, reconnect fees or establishment charges; recipients of assistance don’t need to have a birth certificate.
To learn more, contact the CAP office at 107 W. Frontier St., Suite C, Payson, Ariz., (928) 474-7192 and ask for Dorine Prine; or 5515 S. Apache Ave., Suite 200, Globe, Ariz., (928) 425-7631, ask for Maria Brusoe.