Tabitha Meyer

Tabitha Meyer, RCH administrator

Rim Country Health & Rehabilitation is in tune with the change of seasons. I’m pleased to announce the new additions in the nursing department. Tami Fisher, Director of Nursing, is now supported by Chantel Daigle, Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON) and Barbara Haugan, Quality Assurance Manager.

In the Rehabilitation Department, RCH has expanded the role of each of the therapists to include Myofascial Release Therapy (MFR) training based on the demand for MFR therapy.

Returning to RCH Rehab Therapy is Rich Staudt, physical therapist and MFR trainer/therapist, who started the Myofascial Release program at RCH. Rich will be doing evaluations and treatment on specific days.

RCH welcomes employment applications for all departments in 2019. Currently, we are seeking applicants in the following areas: Dietary Director, Occupational Therapist, CNAs, LPN/RNs, Dietary Aide and Activities Aide or CNA.

It’s also that time of the year when the ladies of Rim Country celebrate and learn more about health topics and laugh — a lot. RCH looks forward to seeing you at the Women’s Wellness Forum on April 27.

Our Myofascial Release therapists will be there for you to ask questions and experience a mini treatment.

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