Lori Gorsky

Health & Wellness Director

Lori Gorsky has lived in Tucson since she was young child.  She is a Registered nurse.  She has been in the medical field for 19 years.  With a passion for taking care of people, she has found that helping the geriatric population to be the most fulfilling and rewarding venture. With passion, she treats everyone as an individual and with respect that they are entitled to. 

 Lori started her medical career in medical billing for a private practice.  Often times Lori was asked to help the doctor in the clinical capacity.  This led to her traveling to his offices in Benson and Sierra Vista with him.  Travel time to and from the satellite offices afforded her the opportunity to have the doctor’s full attention and ask questions.  Eventually, Lori also accompanied the doctor on his hospital rounds.  The doctor persistently encouraged Lori to become a nurse.  The doctor ultimately retired one January, her youngest son graduated and left home in May and she started nursing school in August.  Since that time Lori has spent her nursing career in skilled nursing and long-term care.

Along with her husband of 33 years, Lori has nurtured and raised two awesome sons.  Lori was a stay at home Mom, working mostly part time until her youngest son graduated and left home. As a stay at home Mom, Lori was actively involved with her sons in scouting, baseball, the Church youth group, soccer, football and any other activities either of her sons had an interest in.  Now she continues this with her grandsons, being actively involved in their lives.  Family is an integral part of Lori’s life.   Spending quality time with her husband is paramount; they enjoy spending their time together exploring different venues; such as hiking, camping, dancing, traveling Arizona’s scenic roadways, and of course, shopping.

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