MSM of the Month – Nate Brown

Nate Brown has been selected as this month’s MSM of the Month!

Nate started his career with AMCN in April of 2015.  He is an asset not only to membership, but the communities he serves.  Nate goes above and beyond to ensure that expectations are exceeded.  He is well liked by his crews and is very established in his territory.  Nate is an MSM that people can depend on to always do the right thing and get the job done.

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From Nate:

“I really enjoy the team-like atmosphere that our Area 4 possesses.  Whether it would be an idea/suggestion on something or helping each other with events, our team is unified in our mission.  I am also fortunate to have a great working relationship with the program director for western Kansas.  Overall, I feel blessed to be a part of such a fantastic organization in the AirMedCare Network and to be working alongside the dedicated professionals who make up Area 4.
When I am not in the field, I enjoy hunting, fishing, camping and spending time with the family.  Nearly eleven years ago, I pitched my best sales effort to my wife, Sara.  She signed up for the platinum plan of 25 years of marriage and will hopefully continue to renew afterwards!  We have two children, an 8 year old son, Darris and a 5 year old daughter, Delana; who both enjoy being outside from sunup to sundown.  It seems with each passing month, we are busier than before with activities that our kids are involved in.
Without a doubt, the neatest aspect of being an MSM is continually hearing the high praises that go out to the crews who perform at our local EagleMed bases of Hays, Goodland and Great Bend.  Their professionalism and commitment to patient care is second to none.  They are truly heroes in my book! “

And you’re a Hero in ours Nate!! Congratulations!

Child Advocacy – Event

The Child Advocacy Center is having an exciting fundraising event, called OVER THE EDGE!

As you can imagine from the name, participants will be repelling down a building, facing fear head-on, as children the advocacy center supports often have to!

Sarah Wittenauer and Jack Bates, employees of AMGH here in West Plains, will be participating, rappelling the Sky Eleven building in downtown Springfield, MO on June 4th.

They have set a goal of $3000, but need a minimum of $1000 each to participate.

The funds raised will go to support Child Advocacy Center’s services to abused, neglected, drug-endangered and exploited children in southwest and south central Missouri. CAC “puts the needs of the child first in an investigation for abuse” (CAC’s mission.) The children served have faced fear and trauma in their young lives. Despite their fears, they find the courage to share their difficult stories in the comfort and safety of our child-friendly center – and take that first brave step towards a life without abuse.

Click here to see Sarah’s fundraising page, and consider donating.  Every little bit helps!

AMCN/AMGH love to participate in local fundraising events, especially for causes as worth as this!  See below photos of AMCN team members, participating in various community fundraising efforts.