Troy Barrick, LNHA

CentraCare Health - Monticello welcomes Troy Barrick, LNHA

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Troy Barrick, LNHA, joined CentraCare Health – Monticello as Division Director of Support Services. Barrick oversees several areas at the hospital including Nutritional Services, Social Services, Volunteers, Environmental Services and CentraCare Health – Monticello’s Care Center.
Barrick graduated from the University of South Dakota with a business degree emphasizing health services administration. He went on to work as Administrator at several
long-term care facilities throughout Minnesota.
“I am very happy to be a part of the CentraCare Health – Monticello team,” said Barrick. “I look forward to applying my background in long-term care by working closely with the staff and residents at the Care Center. I am also looking forward to the opportunity to integrate resources on our campus to benefit patients and residents. 
While CentraCare Health – Monticello has a wide variety of healthcare services, it is also important to coordinate our essential behind-the-scenes areas including Nutritional Services, Social Services and Environmental Services in order to continue to offer our patients and residents the most comprehensive care.”
Barrick’s education and experience support CentraCare Health – Monticello’s mission to improve the health of every patient, every day.

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