Employee Spotlight: Brandi Wren

We’re excited to share this spotlight, Brandi Wren.

What is your job title? Can you give a brief description of what your work involves and how long you have worked here?
“Administrative Assistant/Medical Staff Coordinator for the CEO. I make sure every meeting is set up and ensure that everything is in order. I also help anywhere I can no matter what department needs assistance. For Medical Staffing I handle all the Physician’s files and make sure they are credentialed to work in the hospital. I have been working for Trustpoint since they opened their doors in 2008.”

What is one moment that has stood out to you while working at Trustpoint?
“I have several moments at Trustpoint but just seeing the patient go home from here is a great experience that I am privileged to see. I don’t get to see patients all day, but I do get to see them come in with their illness or injury and leave having made progress! Seeing their smiling faces as they leave the hospital as we are cheering them on is a great experience for me.”

What do you most love about the work you do?
“I love helping people and my specific role at Trustpoint allows me to do just that. I feel good knowing that I can be part of making sure that our patients have great physicians on staff.”

What kind of impact do you hope to have on people at Trustpoint?
“I hope I’m showing great teamwork, and that even when no one is noticing that you’re doing stuff that you’re truly doing it to the best. Most of what I do is behind the scenes. There are hidden heroes and that is a lot of what my job entails. I try to make sure I do my job to the best of my abilities no matter who sees it.”

What’s your favorite way to spend your time away from work?
“I love to work on crafts when I’m not at work. I love to sew. I’m not the best at it, but I certainly enjoy it.”

If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?
“Learn how to take care of the patients more.”

If you were to tell one person “Thank you for helping me become the person I am today,” who would it be and what did they do?
“My mom, she taught me to work hard and always do your best at what you’re doing.”

Where is your favorite place to eat in Lubbock?
“My favorite place to eat is Roadhouse.”

If you could tell the people one thing about Trustpoint, what would it be?
“It’s a great place to come, a very caring place, and we want to make sure our patients get back to their lives.”