EARLY

EARLY

DUBOIS — Care Unlimited is pleased to celebrate Genny Early’s 15-year anniversary with the company.

Early is an RN and clinical case manager who started out as a field nurse. She has 35 years of experience as a nurse and began her supervisory position with Care Unlimited in the fall of 2013.

“I love working for Care Unlimited. I love that we provide wholistic care for patients, the way nursing should be. We take care of the mind, body and spirit,” Early said. “I focus on keeping my patient in their home, happy, healthy and maintaining their independence to the best of their ability. I love that everyone works as a team.

“We have a whole team of professionals who work very hard to provide good, quality care. We have a great group of nursing staff whom I count on and are greatly appreciated, every day.”

“I’m honored that Genny is a part of our DuBois team,” said Shannon Borden, Care Unlimited director. “Genny is a great nurse and is loyal and dedicated. She’s a true inspiration to the rest of the staff.”

Early graduated from Jeff Tech as an LPN in 1981 then graduated from Butler Community College as a registered nurse in 2000. She has worked in several areas of nursing including: supervisory positions, hospitals, nursing homes, doctor’s offices, pediatrics, wound care, med-surg, physical rehab, and orthopedics.

Early lives in East Brady with her husband, Paul.

Early has two children, Crystal Rankin and Ryan Drayer, and two step children, Neal Early and Tara Early. She also has three granddaughters and three grandsons.

The Care Unlimited, DuBois office, was established in 2012 and merged in 2016 with PSA Healthcare.

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