When we think about Parkview Health, we often think about the relationships that form between our patients and their caregivers. But within these walls, we find incredibly strong bonds between co-workers who share common demands, common challenges and common wins. There’s a special connection that comes from shared experiences, and we want to celebrate the friendships that are flourishing within our health system. No one can pour from an empty cup, and nothing fills us up quite like a good pal.
Cory and Wes
Long-time co-workers Cory Hentgen, RN, house supervisor, and Wes Arter, RN, emergency care, Parkview Huntington Hospital, recently realized they had more in common than just their profession. As their relationship grew over the last year, they found they shared a love of hiking and camping, their Christian faith, and an unwavering commitment to their patients. While they continue to support each other inside and outside the hospital walls, they also hope their friendship will improve and impact the lives of those around them. With new adventures on the horizon, Cory and Wes are excited to see what the future holds and where their newfound friendship will take them.