Staff Testimonials

Colfax Health and Rehab is a wonderful place to work. Don't take our word for it! Here are comments from some of our staff.

Hi! My name is Jen

I have worked at Colfax Health and Rehabilitation Center for 5 years. The positive and welcoming environment at the facility has made me employment experience phenomenal. Everyone is always doing their best to work effectively as a team to provide exceptional care to all residents. The common goal shared among all staff is working together to make a positive impact on each resident’s experience at our facility. I am proud to be a member of the outstanding team at Colfax Health and Rehabilitation Center!

Hi! My name is Penny

I have worked at Colfax Health and Rehab for the last 25 years as a certified nursing assistant and a personal care worker. Over the last 25 years I have been blessed by every resident that has come through the door and they have touched my heart one way or another. When I train a new employee in, I always tell them, “Take care of them as if you are taking care of your mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, or a loved one.” I enjoy spending time with the residents here at CHRC as they have a whole life’s story to tell. I help residents in the summer with the garden beds and at Christmas time we make lefse together. It has been a pleasure to be a part of the CHRC team.

Hi! My name is Hailey

I am newer to the Colfax Health and Rehab team. I really enjoy working at Colfax Health and Rehab because of the amazing people and residents. I’ve only been here a short time and everyone treats me really well and are very helpful. What I like the most is when the residents go out for events together or come together for activities just about every day.

Hi. My name is MaKenna

I have been working at Colfax Health and Rehabilitation Center for the past 7 months. Working as a CNA at Colfax Health and Rehabilitation Center is nothing short of amazing. The staff is a tight knit family that supports and helps each other even outside of the facility. Being a CNA is not just about taking care of each resident, but it also means being a shoulder to cry on, a helping hand, a familiar face, and a support line for them. The best part of my job hands down, is helping the residents and seeing how grateful and appreciative they are of you. It is heartwarming to see the difference you make in their lives, and it makes every day, even the stressful ones, worth it.