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Sandi Kaminski, RN


Administrator for Home Care and Hospice

Sandi Kaminski, RN, Administrator for Home Care and Hospice

Sandi was born, raised, and continues to reside in Rosholt WI with her husband and two daughters.  She enjoys living in the country with her family attending to a variety of animals on their family farm.Sandi graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from UW- Eau Claire at the Marshfield site.

Sandi started working at Interim Healthcare in 1999 as a home care nurse.  In 2001, she became the Director of Health Care.  By the year 2007, she became the Administrator for Home Care. Interim Hospice & Palliative Care became a part of Interim Healthcare in 2011 as an additional service to provide our patients as they transitioned through their final stages in life.  Sandi became the Administrator for hospice in 2015.Today she enjoys working as the Administrator for both Home Care and Hospice.

Why are you passionate about what you do?

“Ever since I was a little girl, my mother always knew that I would become a nurse.  Whenever my father (who worked construction) would come home with a cut or sore, I would go running to him, assess his wounds, and bandage them up. Then, at the young age of eleven, I was diagnosed with diabetes and spent a week in the hospital.  The nurses took such wonderful care of me and taught me and my family how to live with this new change in life.  It was from that point on that I knew I wanted to become a nurse.  I wanted to make a difference, impact the lives of people, and help them through difficult times just as those nurses did for me.  So that is why I became a nurse. Over the years that I have been with Interim, I have met and worked with wonderful patients, families, and staff.  I am extremely proud to be a part of the agency that truly cares.”

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