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Aubrie Nutter is committed to Shriners Hospitals for Children

Movement anaylsis center coordinator receives May 2018 Employee of the Month award

Aubrie Nutter is committed to Shriners Hospitals for Children

Aubrie fun facts: 

  • Has worked for Shriners Hospitals for Children for three and a half years and has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in health education and promotion.
  • If Aubrie were a kid, the toy in the hospital's central activities room she would be most excited to play is Ping Pong
  • Still has a pair of pink, flowered clogs she loved in junior high
  • She sings opera when she’s by herself
  • Aubrie is the youngest of many children, so her childhood nickname was Caboose 
  • She feels very strongly that toilet paper should always be hung over, not under
  • A closet fan of Eminem
  • On her bucket list: to live on every continent
  • Though her golden retriever is terribly neurotic and eats everything that she can get in her mouth (flower bulbs/especially irises, soap, rocks), she loves her to bits 
  • She is great at anticipating the needs of the movement analysis center (MAC). She will have the stool, a tool, the mat or whatever else is needed ready
  • According to her colleagues in the MAC, the Shriners Hospitals for Children core value she best exhibits is Commitment. An example is that she is willing to change her schedule to accommodate patients, and is always engaging with the patients and families. She also takes on new lab projects to improve patient care.