Honoring all the Nursing Assistants … Because they remain in caregiving positions, Career Nursing Assistants provide predictability and stability to care, which in turn enhances the feeling of security for our aging, frail or chronically challenged population. Career Nursing Assistants also bring wisdom, patience, humor and a general attitude of caring to the daily lives
Cassidy became a nurse at the early age of 21. Her passion for caring for others came from her mother, who was a nurse for 20 years. She enjoys reading a good book and watching Disney movies with her husband and two young daughters. Her long-term career goals include getting her BSN. Cassidy’s favorite thing
My name is Christina Gonzales. I’m happily married to Joe Angel Gonzales, going on 16 years. We have two kids, Isaiah 16, and Saydie 13. I’ve been nursing since 2010. I started with long term care, went to Home Health Care in 2013, was a dialysis nurse for one year in 2016. Currently working as
Adrian Peevy, MS CCC-SLP is a licensed speech-language pathologist with 14 years of experience in the field of speech-language pathology. Adrian was born and raised in Llano, Texas and completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at The University of Texas at Austin. She worked as a speech therapy assistant in
This is Sabrina Brown who has worked with Llano Nursing and Rehabilitation for 5 years. She started off as a charge nurse and moved into the position as our Clinical Case Manager a few months later. When Sabrina is not at work she is very involved with her kid’s activities and enjoys all the free
I am Pilar Rosales and I have been a nurse since August 1995. I’ve been married for 25 years to my forever love Jesus, and I am a mom to my 3 greatest accomplishments: Dominic, Dylan and Daniel. I’ve worked mainly in geriatrics, but have also worked Home Health, Pediatric Home Health, Correctional Nursing of
Lori Banda LVN graduated nursing school in 2015. She is from Brady, Texas. Her first nursing job was joining the Llano Nursing and Rehabilitation family. She was a day shift nurse for two years and is currently PRN. She is planning on furthering her education to become an RN in the near feature.
James Peevy, MS CCC-SLP is a licensed speech-language pathologist with 3 years of experience in the field of speech-language pathology. James was born and raised in East Texas and made his way to Austin, where he and Adrian met. James earned his B.S. in Business Administration from Stephen F. Austin University, a second B.S. in
Reta Hunt, RN is Llano Nursing and Rehabilitation Director of Nursing. Reta started nursing in 1994 as a LVN and worked in long-term care facility as a charge nurse for 5 years. She then received her AND in 2000 and started working for Llano Memorial Hospital in 2001 where she advanced from staff nurse to
Becky Scott, LVN. Graduated from nursing school in 1980. She worked at Hill Country Memorial Hospital in Llano for the first 8 years and part-time in long term care. She then went full time in long-term care. She has two grown and married daughters, and two little granddaughters.