Trinity Foster is a young rising star in the long-term care field. She started her career at Harts Harbor after graduating with a degree in healthcare administration in 2019. Trinity participated in the Administrator in Training program at the care center and received her license while also pursuing her Master’s degree. In December 2020, she joined Baya Pointe Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, where she transitioned to the Executive Director position

Her coworkers commend her dedication and compassion to her team and residents at the care center. Trinity truly values each of her team members and their commitment to all the residents and their families. She believes that they need a strong team that puts their residents and their needs first for the center to succeed. At Baya Pointe, the staff works together to ensure their residents are happy and healthy while making their families comfortable and confident they are receiving the best care possible.

“I chose the long-term care field because I know how challenging it can be and how heavily regulated it is,” Trinity explained. “I want to make a difference, especially in elderly care, offering them the best service possible.” Those around her admire her eagerness to make a positive impact in the long-term care field. Trinity’s coworkers describe her as a hard worker and an example of passion and integrity.

“I always talk to people coming from a place of compassion, genuinely coming from the heart.”

Trinity says that being able to bring joy to the residents and make a difference in their days is all that matters. She strived to give them little moments of relief during their days, especially after what they had to face this past year. “I love taking a break and joining the activities our team put together; it is awesome to see everyone getting involved,” Trinity explained.

When asked about her favorite core value, she said compassion is the most important. She believes you have to be compassionate to do this job and empathize with the residents, families, and staff. “I always talk to people coming from a place of compassion, genuinely coming from the heart.”

She also took the time to share advice with professionals interested in working in long-term care. Trinity says it is essential to keep an open mind, adapt to changes, and prepare for every day to be different from the day before and after. The Executive Director also stated it is important to keep a work-life balance and enjoy the free time. Trinity herself loved to watch TV and binge-watch different series.

Trinity was nominated for the CHIRP spotlight just a few months after transitioning to Baya Pointe Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. Those around her are noticing her impact on the team and the care center. The Consulate Family is thrilled to have such a dedicated young professional as a member of our care center.

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