Stacy is in the Division of Child and Community Health, Child Health Specialty Clinic, and works at the Ottumwa Regional Center and started October 1, 2018. I currently see children with special healthcare needs in Ottumwa. I provide tele health services for Spencer and Mason City. I am also the supervisor for the Fort Dodge center and provide tele health and travel there once per month.
I have been married to Erich Crill since 2001. We have 2 children, Jackson (14 years) and Alia (9 years). We recently bought a farm and have a cow/calf operation, field work includes corn, beans and hay and have chickens. Jackson is a child with special healthcare needs and has been my inspiration to pursue a career in this area.
In my free time I participate in church events, crafting, spending time with my niece and nephews, chasing after my own 2 children and helping on the farm.
My dream was to have a job working with children with special healthcare needs and I have found that. I do wish there was an easier way and faster way to complete documentation in order to see more patients.
My husband is a farmer so we don’t get very farm from home. I didn’t grow up farming and I have learned a lot and done things that I said I would never do. I would have to say that farm life is very fascinating.
My favorite restaurant is Texas Roadhouse or Buffalo Wild Wings.
I haven’t read a non school book for several years so that one is tough but I love the Pitch Perfect movies.
If I head 3 wishes, they would be: 1) health and happiness for my family 2) student loan forgiveness 3) to win the lottery.
Fun fact: When I was younger I participated in a singing quartet in the Bill Reilly talent show and advanced to state. That ship has sailed and I no longer sing in public.