May 8, 2024

Smiles of Amare: Kay Gorring, LPN

Get to know Kay Gorring, Licensed Practical Nurse.

Join us in celebrating Nurses Week by getting to know Kay Gorring, LPN. For over four years, Kay has been a beacon of care and support for our patients at Amare Medical Network. Her dedication and passion for her work are truly inspiring, and she consistently goes above and beyond to ensure the well-being of those she cares for.

Kay’s Fast Facts

  • Role at Amare: Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Time at Amare: 4 years
  • Nursing Experience: 17 years

Learn More About Kay

What made you choose Amare?

I chose Amare because many of my colleagues give this company excellent reviews. I wanted to work for a company that cares.

Give a one-sentence overview of your job.

As an LPN, I’m a caregiver, a friend, a hand to hold at the end, and family to those who have none.

What is your favorite part of being an LPN?

My favorite part of being an LPN is the chance to be in the lives of so many people and their families. I also enjoy being able to listen to their life story and help them return home.

Why did you decide to become an LPN?

I decided to become an LPN because I have always loved taking care of people.

Is there someone who inspired you to pursue the job you have today?

So many people inspired, pushed, and helped me get to where I am today that I couldn’t choose just one!

Is there a patient that you will never forget?

So many of my residents have touched me in such an amazing way. It wouldn’t be fair to talk about just one of them!

Our company’s purpose is to deliver care worthy of a million smiles. What does that mean to you?

The feeling of seeing someone smile reminds me that this is the greatest job ever.

What is the best part of working for Amare?

The best part of working for Amare is that everyone in the company cares about the employees, they listen and help.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

In 5 years, I hope to be an RN getting to help people and do the job that I love every day!

Happy Nurses Week to Kay and all our amazing nurses who deliver care worthy of a million smiles each day!

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