Kyle Cavin

Aug 10, 2020 / Spotlight

Get to Know our Staff: Kyle Cavin

What is your role at Scottish Rite for Children? 
I am an assistant administrator and currently support our Clinical Laboratory, Dietary, Neurology, Neurophysiology, PDD, Radiology, Referrals, Therapeutic Recreation and Therapy Services teams. I also serve as the safety officer.
Each day brings its own unique challenges and I love the teams that I get to work with!
What do you enjoy most about Scottish Rite?
Definitely the people - Scottish Rite has the most talented, innovative and caring staff. I am honored to serve alongside each of you!
What was your first job? How long have you worked here? 
My first job in high school was delivering furniture for a local furniture store and I definitely learned the value of hard work! After I completed my undergraduate degree, I actually worked two jobs simultaneously - I was on the administrative team for the Adult Education Department at Dallas Baptist University while also serving as a children’s pastor at a local church. I have been at Scottish Rite for almost 15 years.
What’s the coolest or most interesting thing you’re working on right now?
I have been in awe over the past few months as I have seen our teams evolve and change in order to meet the needs of our patients and families. I am so proud of the way that everyone has come together and communicated while continuing to keep our patients and their families as our primary focus. 
What are you currently watching on Netflix/Hulu/TV/etc.?
Honestly, my family watches very little TV, but when we do, we watch live sports. 
What would be the most amazing adventure to go on?
Everyone in my family is very active and we love any beach or ski resort. However, I believe what makes an amazing vacation is who I am with, not where I am.  
What are some small things that make your day better?
It’s amazing what can happen when I stop thinking about what I need to do next and just stop to have a conversation with one of my team members. Whether we are discussing a work issue, lunch in the cafeteria or simply catching up on each other’s family, I always leave the conversation refreshed and affirmed of my calling to help our patients by serving our staff!
What is your favorite thing to do when you’re not working? 
I have two boys who are very active in sports. Kye will be a sophomore at Rockwall High School and plays football and basketball. Kace will be in seventh grade and plays football, basketball and baseball. My wife and I love to watch them compete. Just knowing that through these activities, they are learning so much more than simply how to throw, catch or run. The lessons of accountability, respect and excellence will serve them for MANY years to come!

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