Home Health, Hospice, Heart
Auburn Crest is the premier home health and hospice provider of the Wasatch Front. Our team of professionals stands ready and able to assist with your healthcare needs. We offer a wide variety of healthcare services with the primary goal to ensure you and your loved ones are cared for.
Our hospice team of Registered Nurses, Certified Nurses Assistants, Social Workers, Spiritual Care Coordinators, and Volunteers stand ready to help you navigate the end of life’s journey. This interdisciplinary team is dedicated to ensuring the comfort and well-being of our patients and their loved ones. Our objective is to simplify the hospice process so you can focus on what’s most important.
Our home health services offer assistance for a wide variety of illnesses and conditions. Whether you had recent surgery, need help managing your pain, or struggling with a chronic illness, our team of clinicians is here to help you. Our clinical staff consists of Registered Nures, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Speech Therapists who will assist you in creating a personal care plan centered around your improvement.
Braeden Carter, General Manager
Braeden knew from an early age he wanted to work in the healthcare industry after aiding in the care of his elderly grandparents. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Public Health from Brigham Young University and recently earned his master’s in Healthcare Administration from the University of Utah. He has worked in the healthcare industry since 2015. He became a licensed nursing home administrator in 2017 and operated a facility in California. In 2019, Braeden and his family moved back to Utah to further his education and accepted the position of General Manager with Auburn Crest.
Braeden and his wife, Sierra, both grew up in California and love to take their 3 kids to the beach as much as possible. When he is not working, he is either spending time with his family or playing and watching sports.
Karen joined the team in Salt Lake City in September 2021. She has had over 20 years of experience in the nursing field in a variety of areas. She has enjoyed working in a small rural hospital in Washington state where she was able to work in the ER, clinic area, and also the 12-bed hospital. She has also spent time working in the VA system and as a dialysis nurse. All of these have helped her in her home and hospice career which has been her favorite area of nursing to date. Karen is grateful for all her opportunities and looks forward to serving alongside the home and hospice professionals at Auburn crest and helping them do all they can to care for the others who may need help.
Aside from her work Karen loves to travel, garden, cook, and spend time with friends and family. She looks forward to her granddaughter who is expected in January 2022.