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Blake Retires After 28 Years at MCCH as a Physical Therapist

August 5, 2021

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Robin Blake, Physical Therapist, is retiring after 35 years as a PT with 28 years of service at Murray-Calloway County Hospital. Robin has served the organization in many ways including her role as the Rehabilitation Services Director for 17 years.  She is a certified Lymphedema Therapist and has worked in acute care, the inpatient rehab facility, home health and in both outpatient and long-term care settings.

“I loved the teamwork in provided outstanding patient care. I never had to compromise my morals or ethics. It has been a very rewarding place to work and I will miss everyone at MCCH,” said Robin Blake.

Robin and her husband, Gary have been married 35 years. They have one daughter, Samantha and three grandsons; Ty 8, Caleb 5 and Gabriel 3 who live in Stuttgart, Germany where Samantha’s husband, Forrest Carver is a Navy Lt., Principal Engineer and Assistant Pastor at their church.

Samantha worked as a high school Spanish teach but now works as a stat at home mom and serves as worship leader at their church. Robin is very proud of her family and love her grandchildren very much.

Robin and Gary are retiring to live in the cabin they built together on the Spring River in Hardy, Arkansas. Retirement plans include traveling the US, building teardrop travel campers, spending time with family and friends and enjoying life on their own schedule.

Photo: Robin Blake with Pam Smith and Rita Peal

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