Technicians who deliver home health equipment, physical therapists who get patients back on their feet, pharmacists and nurses and doctors and all of the administrators who make their jobs possible—living through a pandemic has given the staff of WV Living a fresh appreciation for the many thousands of people across the state who dedicate their days to keeping all of us healthy.
RN And clinical and harm reduction coordinator
milan puskar health right, morgantown
Drawn into nursing by her early experiences at the free clinic in Morgantown over a decade ago, Emily Baldwin became a leader in the state in the clean needle exchange programs known as harm reduction. Baldwin’s commitment to community nursing through the pandemic has stood out, says colleague Caitlin Sussman, in public education, mask distribution, and COVID testing. “Emily is dedicated to serving West Virginians and providing non-judgmental care. I’m proud to call her my nurse and my hero.”