Pam lives in the rural area of Waldorf. She has a four acre piece of heaven with four cats being the only livestock she owns at this time. It takes Pam about four hours to mow and that’s how she gets a great tan every year. She likes to garden a little and has the best asparagus patch in the world.
Pam has eight grandchildren-a step granddaughter who is 20 years old, two 17 year old boys (not twins), a 14 year old boy, a 13 year old boy, an 11 year old boy, a 10 year old girl and a 7 year old boy. She has been a nurse for about 30 years.
Pam started out as a dietary aid when she was still in high school and then climbed the ladder to CNA, TMA, LPN and then RN. She has been in administration for the past 15 years. Pam believes all of her various experiences have enabled her to bring a great perspective to most situations. She tries to avoid routine (when possible) to keep life fresh and interesting. (This does not include showers and brushing teeth, she find these imperative to working with the public! Lol.) Pam is looking forward to working for Freedom Home Care.