Employee Comments

At Citrus Valley Health Partners, our employees are treated as valued members of our team.We work with each of our employees to not only further their education and offer them benefits to plan for the future, but we want to make them happy. Here is what some of our employees have had to say about their experiences at CVHP:

Cindy Anderson, RN
FPH, Perinatal Unit

Cindy Anderson 

"I was a Medical/Surgical RN for three years. I really wanted to work in the Perinatal Unit. When a position opened, I was able to transfer there and obtain the specialty training needed to become a Labor and Delivery RN. I love working with the moms and babies."


Cheryl Davey, RNC
FPH, Perinatal Unit

  "At FPH, I participate in several committees that make decisions that affect the care we give to our patients. As a member of the Product Evaluation committee I participated in the selection of the new IV pumps purchased by the hospital last year. We were able to select the pump that had several patient safety features and was easy for us to use. I feel my opinion counts at FPH." 


Melissa Howard, RN, BSN
FPH, Intensive Care Unit

  "At FPH, I was offered an extended new graduate orientation program and specialty training in the ICU. I have been here three years now and feel that I am a valued member of the team. Recently, I was part of the team who made a site visit to view and select new beds for our unit."


Sheila Sobretodo, RN, BSN
QVC, ICU – AM shift
Clinical Nurse III
  "CVHP has been my home for the past 17 years. It is here that I realized my potential as a valued employee through the constant feedback that I receive from my co-workers and my managers. CVHP has motivated me to grow in my career and at the same time, allowed me to raise my children. The opportunities are endless in the CVHP family. It is up to anyone to seek and to pursue their goals.” 

Karen J. Veit, RN
QVC, L&D – AM shift
Staff Nurse
  "I stay at QVC because almost every day that I work I feel rewarded in some way. Sometimes it is comes from my patients or their families, sometimes from co-workers, MDs, or management. I work with many dedicated, bright, and caring nurses. I feel that administration cares and listens to what I have to say."