New nursing staff members join Chase County Hospital
There are three new faces among the nursing staff working at Chase County Community Hospital on the night shift.
Robyn Lange, RN, is a native of Chase County, and a 1996 Chase County High School graduate. She earned her nursing degrees at College of St. Mary in Omaha, and worked as an RN at Immanuel Medical Center, the VA Medical Center and Boys Town National Research Hospital.
In addition to her RN duties, she will be involved in patient monitoring and other medical/surgical duties.
She and her two sons moved here late last year. Robyn is the daughter of Rex and Sherry Clevenger of Imperial.
Heidi Wright, RN, moved to Hayes Center from California 17 years ago, with husband, Brian, and children.
Wright worked at CCCH five years ago as an LPN, then pursued her RN certification. She was previously employed at the DaVita McCook Dialysis Center.
She will work in general nursing and surgery care at CCCH.
Wright and her husband now live in Hamlet. One son is engaged in farming near Palisade. The couple also have two college students at Chadron State, and another son pursing a Masters Degree and working in California.
Marilyn McDaniel of Imperial is working as a nurses aide, but would eventually like to earn a Bachelor Degree in Nursing. She is now working on an Associate’s Degree in Nursing through Mid-Plains Community College. She has a Bachelor’s degree in marketing and communication from UNL.
The couple has two young children.
She and husband, Eric, moved back to his hometown seven years ago, when he joined the family business, Pivot Electric. He is the son of Cedric and Sherri McDaniel.