Field of­fi­cer en­joys peo­ple

Matamata Chronicle - - Golden Age -

At Bupa the care and sup­port needed is pro­vided along with a friendly, fa­mil­iar face. That’s ex­actly what Bupa Health Care Field Of­fi­cer Chrissie Massey is to the com­mu­nity.

Orig­i­nally from the UK, Chrissie came to the Waikato with her hus­band 16 years ago.

She lives with her hus­band Simon and en­joys life with ex­tended fam­ily in­clud­ing her two daugh­ters and two sons plus five grand­chil­dren.

With a love for peo­ple Chrissie has worked in many ar­eas in­clud­ing health­care, child­care, re­cruit­ment and ac­count man­age­ment – she has al­ways en­joyed meet­ing new peo­ple.

To re­lax Chrissie en­joys walking her dogs, rid­ing her bike, camp­ing and kayak­ing.

She is also par­tial to go­ing for a drive with the roof down in search of a nice cof­fee shop and watch­ing the world go by.

With a bubbly per­son­al­ity peo­ple en­joy be­ing around Chrissie and her car­ing na­ture does not stop at peo­ple. She is the proud owner of two dogs, two cows, chick­ens, five cats and four kit­tens – all a re­sult of her meet­ing the call of the home­less.

Chrissie is look­ing for­ward to meet­ing her Bupa Med­i­cal Alarm clients and other peo­ple in the com­mu­nity.

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