At Northampton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center we pride ourselves in providing a supportive and secure work environment for our staff. Professionally, we support our staff by providing cross training for our certified nursing assistants to become medication administration aides. We encourage all employees to further their education and gladly adjust their work schedules to accommodate their school schedules.
Below are the stories of several employees who started their careers at Northampton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and have taken advantage of our support and encouragement to advance their careers with us.
Natarshua Stevenson began her career in our facility in 2004. She started as a nursing assistant and worked her way up to medication aide. During this process, Natarshua was also a full time student, receiving her degree in Social Work. Natarshua reached her goal in 2014. Northampton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center takes pride in welcoming Natarshua Stevenson as our new Social Worker.
Teresa Williams started her career in 1998 as a nursing assistant and has worked her way up to being our Medical Records Specialist.
Nancy Revelle began her career in 2008 as a nursing assistant; during this time she was also a full time student in a local community college nursing program. In 2010, Nancy completed the nursing program and became a LPN. In 2011, Nancy took the position as Treatment Nurse and currently remains in this position.
Shicole Goffington began her career in 2005 as a nursing assistant. She continued her education and received her BSN in 2011. Shicole is currently our Staff Facilitator.
Debra James began her career two years of the actual opening of this facility. Since 1992, Debra has held the position of CNA II; she received the Fabulous Fifty award in 2001. Debra works side by side with the nursing assistants and licensed staff. Currently in the position of Supply Clerk, Debra keeps the nurses stocked with their daily supply needs and maintains inventory for each resident.
Debra’s love and respect toward the residents; and her loyalty and longevity with her are a highly valued commodity for this facility.