Staff Spotlight: Chaunteel Clark, BSN

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Chaunteel Clark, BSN, is a registered nurse at Lompoc Health – North H Center, in the Urgent Care. She moved the Lompoc Valley in  March from Bakersfield and is happy to be starting her Central Coast career at Lompoc Health. She is pursuing her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

I enjoy spending time with my family and my dog; going for walks or hikes in nature, going to the movies or out to eat.  I also really enjoy spending time at home binge-watching a new TV show, swimming and barbecuing.

What are the top three items on your bucket list?

Lots of Travel! I would love to travel to Europe and go on a river cruise along with visits to Ireland, England, Spain, and France, and one day make a return visit to Disney World.  I would also like to participate in a medical mission and a dream would be to open an animal rescue farm.

What is your idea of a perfect day?

My perfect day would include sleeping in and waking up to a beautiful view, followed by some kind of outdoor adventure, enjoying a great dinner with another spectacular view and then end the day relaxing watching a movie with my dog or sitting outside around a fire-pit enjoying great company.

If you had unlimited funds, what would you do?

There are so many things I would love to do with unlimited funds.  However, the first thing I would do is buy both of my parents a new vehicle followed by paying off their homes.  

They have both done so much for me in my life, that I would love to be able to give something back to them. I would also use these funds to fulfill my bucket list of items for travel and to purchase a large area of land to open the animal rescue farm and make my new home there. Once all of that was settled, I would donate to multiple research organizations for a wide variety of medical issues. It would also be amazing to help impoverished areas around the world and make a difference in the lives of so many by providing things such as medical care and housing.

Lastly, considering these funds are never ending, I would like to organize a scholarship fund for individuals seeking Master’s and Doctoral degrees, particularly in the medical field. As a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) student, I have found it more difficult to find and apply for scholarships, that I am considered qualified for, at this level of education. It would be great to make this dream more accessible to those seeking it.

Jeremy Farnum
Written By Jeremy Farnum
Jeremy works for Lompoc Valley Medical Center.