Nurse Appreciation Week
Thank you to the wonderful Nurses of Tribal Health
 
 
Kaelen Wall, RN, BSN
 
Community Health Care Manager 
 
Community: Polson
 
Why do you choose to be a community nurse? 
 
Getting to work with the entire population and helping them so that their healthcare is easily accessible. 
Favorite part of nursing: 
 
It is a very rewarding job and there is always something new to learn. 
 
Kristin Murphy, RN, MSN
 
Community Health Nurse 
 
Communities: Ronan and Pablo 
 
Why do you choose to be a community health nurse?
 
An individual’s health and wellbeing is shaped by the community in which they live. Focusing on the community as a whole provides valuable insight in understanding factors that can impact health in both negative and positive ways.
 
I enjoy being able to team up with community organizations to develop health programs or respond quickly to the health needs in times of health emergencies.    
 
Favorite part of nursing:
 
Working with Community organizations to be prepared during health emergencies and planning programs based on the health needs of a community. 
 
 
Nich'e Caye, RN BSN
 
Community Health Nurse
 
Community: Elmo
 
Why do you choose to be a community health nurse?
 
My job allows me to use my knowledge and experience to give back to my people, my community. 
 
Favorite part of nursing:
 
My favorite part of nursing is to assist my people to succeed and achieve their goals. 
 
 
Candice Lynn Ben, DNP, FNP-C 
 
Family Nurse Practitioner 
 
Arlee Health Center 
 
Why do you choose to be a family nurse practitioner?
 
To help meet the healthcare needs of my tribal community. 
 
Favorite part of nursing:
 
I enjoy helping patients improve their health. 
 
Patricia Kelly, FNP
 
Family Nurse Practitioner
 
Arlee Health Center
 
Why do you choose to be a Family Nurse Practitioner?
 
My desire to help people in need. It was always a dream, even as a child of 8, I knew that it was what I was going to be.
 
Favorite part of nursing:
 
Talking with people.