New Employees at Blue Mountain Hospital
Blue Mountain Hospital recently added several new employees to its roster of great workers and we’re glad to welcome them aboard.
Bailey Herring is a native of Blanding, who graduated from San Juan High School in 2005. The daughter of Dick and Dantzelle Einerson, Bailey has lived in Blanding all her life. She married Trent Herring in August of 2005 and the couple has four children, ages 8 to 2 years. Three of the children are in school in the second grade, kindergarten and preschool.
Bailey earned her Associates Degree from the College of Eastern Utah – Blanding Campus in 2006. After that she dedicated her time to raising her family.
Bailey will be working as a part-time, on-call employee in the Dietary Department. She says she’s excited for the opportunity and she’s looking forward to her new duties.
“This gives me the social outlet and little extra money, but yet my kids will still have my attention,” she said.
Caleb Monson recently moved to Blanding from San Antonio, Texas to be closer to his family, Chris and Janae Monson and most of his seven siblings.
Caleb will be working as a Part-time ER Tech and said he’s anxious to begin working in the ER, after finishing his schooling to become a Certified Nursing Assistant in San Marcos, Texas. Caleb said he was born in Arizona, but moved many times growing up. He received both his high school GED and his CNA certification in 2016, before moving to Blanding to work at BMH. He said he’s excited about the opportunity.
In his spare time, Caleb enjoys reading, long boarding and politics.
Frances Lehi is a familiar face around Blue Mountain Hospital. She began working as temporary help in the Dietary Department in February and she’s done a great job.
Her hard work has paid off with a full-time position and she’s excited for the opportunity.
Frances lives in White Mesa, but she has lived in many areas throughout the region, including Cortez, Colorado, Farmington, New Mexico, and Cedar City, Utah, where she graduated from Cedar High School in 1979. She has raised her three sons and helps care for her granddaughter. Most recently she worked for Weeminuche Construction as a truck driver. She said she enjoyed her four years working for Weeminuche but when she had the chance to work for Blue Mountain Hospital she was glad for the change.
“I like people and I like the work,” Frances said. “I get to see new faces and old faces and I like that.”
In her spare time Frances does basket weaving, beadwork and hiking.
Blue Mountain Hospital is glad to welcome Bailey, Caleb, and Frances to the family and we wish them well in their new positions. If you see them around the hospital stop and say hello.