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MHS Heroes: Alissa’s Hero

Alissa Luginsky

Alissa Luginsky

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MARSHFIELD, Mo – Brian Luginsky is a Respiratory Therapist at Cox Health Hospital in Springfield Mo. He has two kids and works three days a week. In his free time he spends it taking care of the people he loves and working on his house plans. He is currently having a house built so he’s been very busy. He loves his family and his two kids very much. Brain had a knee injury his senior year which lead him towards sports training. He decided sports training wasn’t for him because he had a family and did not want to be in college for a long period of his life. He needed to start his job and start supporting more for his family. He ended up looking into being a Respiratory Therapist, which he ended up where he stayed. He enjoys helping other people and loves his job. He works with many different patients and see many different people. He sees it’s hard for many of the families and their situations and it gets to his heart. He wants to help as many of the families as he can and make there day get better. He has many different co workers and they are very friendly and easy to get along with. He is happy with his job choice and he is glad he went in that direction. He knows that this is where God wants him and he is making a difference in many people’s lives.

 

Q: What is your name?

A: Brian Luginsky

 

Q: What is your job?

A: I am a Respiratory Therapist

 

Q: What lead you to your job choice?

A: Sports Therapist from a knee injury my senior year, This lead to  me wanting to be a sports trainer. I ended up being a Respiratory Therapist.

 

Q: What other job choice did you look at?

A: I looked at Being a Sports trainer and that wasn’t working for me.

 

Q: What do you like about your job?

A: You can work in many different areas and I really enjoy that.

 

Q: Do certain patients impact you more than others?

A: I wouldn’t say that, it’s more of seeing what families are going through and it’s a tough time.

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MHS Heroes: Alissa’s Hero