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AMFM Faces of Care

Meet AMFM's Faces of Care

Faces of Care

Exemplifying and celebrating excellence in quality care for our patients, families and communities. 


Welcome to our Faces of Care page. We are highlighting our dedicated and compassionate team members from across all our AMFM families. This is who we are. These are our stories. These are the faces of care.

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E. A. Hawse April Faces of Care OT Month
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Megan Wells, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
E. A. Hawse Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Megan Wells began working at E.A. Hawse Nursing & Rehabilitation after graduating from Allegany College of Maryland in October 2012 as a COTA/L. After 6 months of working, I was transitioned into the Facility Rehab Coordinator position at this time and continued for 7 ½ years full-time.

She is currently enrolled in the Nursing Program at Eastern WV Community and Technical College to pursue a career as an RN with plans to become a Nurse Practitioner with an emphasis on the geriatric population. Her passion is to provide patient-centered treatment and compassionate care with the patient's quality of life being a top priority.

"I believe it takes a team to provide this kind of care with a variety of disciplines all working together with one goal in common," Wells said. "And that is why I enjoy being a part of the team here at E.A. Hawse Nursing & Rehabilitation."

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Braxton Health Care Center April Faces of Care
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Holly Aguilar, Dietary Assistant
Braxton Health Care Center

Holly Aguilar is a Dietary Service Assistant at Braxton Health Care Center and has been an employee since November 2020. She is always so upbeat and has a joyful disposition toward everyone. She is a hard worker and puts her heart into whatever she is cooking that day. Aguilar brings so much positivity to the kitchen, always singing and smiling.  

Aguilar says it was the recommendation from a friend that led her to a career here at BHCC providing nutritious meals to the patients and employees. The people she serves are who keep her energized at work and when she’s having a bad day, she turns to music to lift her mood.

On the weekend or in her free time, you can find Aguilar at the lake or crocheting. Three words used to describe Aguilar are funny, kind and caring. Something most people don’t know about her is that she loves to read. 

BHCC is so grateful to have Aguilar on our team. She brings a happy, fun-loving outlook to each day she works. Thank you for everything you do for the residents in your care and keep up the good work!

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Greenbrier March Faces of Care
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Maxwell Dunz, Activities Aide/Screener
Greenbrier Health Care Center

Maxwell Dunz, Activities Aide/Screener/Cleaner, began last November and has quickly became a favorite of both employees and patients. He is quick to jump in and help other departments whenever needed. Dunz completed temporary nurse aide training so he can assist other employees in caring for our patients. He is always willing to come in to help any of the departments.  Dunz helps dietary carry heavy boxes, assists the Environmental team with moving furniture, or spends time with patients who are having a bad day to cheer them up.  

In his spare time, Dunz enjoys working on his vintage Mustang and target shooting. He plans to attend college this fall and pursue becoming a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator.  

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Webster Nursing March Faces of Care
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Sandra Woods, Dietary Supervisor
Webster Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Sandra Woods has been with Webster Nursing & Rehabilitation Center for more than 20 years. She began as aide in the kitchen and has been the Dietary Supervisor since 2008. She enjoys serving the patients and our community nutritious, quality food that brings us as a center closer together!

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Wayne Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Faces of Care
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Karen Nelson, Medical Records/Certified Nursing Assistant
Wayne Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Karen Nelson has worked at Wayne Nursing & Rehabilitation Center for 22 years. She started in Dietary and then became a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). Nelson currently works as a Medical Record Assistant and CNA. She has been married to Keith for 26 years years and has 3 awesome boys, Casey, Tristen, and Hayden. She has one beautiful grandson, Baylor, that she loves to spend time with. Her family is her life!

She is an amazing asset to WNRC and we're blessed she's part of our team!

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Pleasant Valley Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Faces of Care
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Marcy Stover, Human Resources Partner
Pleasant Valley Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Marcy Stover began her journey with Pleasant Valley Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 21 years ago in the billing department. Recently, she became an Human Resources Partner in February. Stover is an important part of our team and jumps in to help in all areas as needed because she feels the team at Pleasant Valley N&RC are family.  

She has a son enrolled at Marshall University and in her free time loves to camp and visit Amish country with Todd, her husband of almost 30 years. 

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E. A. Hawse March Faces of Care
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Virginia Combs, E. A. Hawse Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
Social Worker

Virginia Combs has been with E. A. Hawse Nursing & Rehabilitation Center for almost 22 years. “I have always respected and enjoy the stories and experiences that the older population have to tell. I have appreciation for what they have given to make our community and country what it is," Combs said.  

"I think I work in long-term care to be able to share that gratitude blessing that they are taken care of as they should be with admiration. My grandparents were such a positive influence and part of my life that I feel we should treat all of our residents as if they were family. That is why I stayed in long-term care for the past 22 years and will continue, to see of the older population or communities are cared for respectfully well there and able to stay at home anymore!"

Her hobbies include hiking, ATV riding, gardening, antique collectibles, trying new recipes, and relaxing with family. She enjoys watching detective shows, Hallmark and action movies.

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