2021 Caregiver of the Year

Access Nursing Services takes great pride in retaining, engaging, and recognizing caregivers for their commitment to the delivery of quality care to patients and families. Access recognizes caregivers each month as the “Caregiver of the Month” and annually as the “Caregiver of the Year”.

Nomination Criteria:

Exemplifies extraordinary commitment to patients and families while following company policies and procedures.

Shows compassion, empathy, and respect in the delivery of quality patient care.
Acknowledges and meets the unique physical, emotional, and practical needs of patients and families.

Improves the quality of life of patients and families.

The 2021 “Caregiver of the Month” recipients were carefully reviewed by the Access office team to select the 2021 “Caregiver of the Year” recipient. ACCESS is very proud of the team of caregivers that serve the community and touch the lives of so many – all while entrusting Access Nursing Services as their employer of choice.

2021 Caregiver of the Year Finalists:

Daniel Obeng, LPN
Tammy Massey, GNA
Samson Ogunjemilua, LPN
Christian Baker, CNA

Due to the number of outstanding “Caregiver of the Month” finalists, (2) two caregivers were selected as the 2021 Caregivers of the Year!

2021 Caregiver of the Year

Christian Baker, CNA

Christian has been actively working for Access Nursing Services since June 2018. Over the last four years, Christian has cared for over twenty different patients with Access Nursing Services. She has touched the lives of so many families – delivering compassionate care from one home to the next. Christian always goes go above and beyond and is never without a smile on her face.

2021 Caregiver of the Year

Samson Ogunjemilua, LPN

Samson was hired by Access Nursing Services in October of 2020 to care for a three-year-old little boy with multiple complicated diagnoses. While Samson was hired in October 2020, he did not start working with this patient until January 2021 due to issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, to develop a rapport with the patient and his family prior to starting, Samson would FaceTime with them every day spending hours talking to the little boy. The bond Samson has with his patient is truly special and is exactly what you’d hope for with your own loved one.