About HomeWell of South Salt Lake County

Meet our Owners, Erik and Kimberlee Olson

HomeWell of South Salt Lake County Owners Erik and Kimberlee Olson

Erik and Kimberlee Olson are excited to serve the Salt Lake Valley community. Erik has a Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration and comes to HomeWell with over twenty five years in the Healthcare industry. He has managed Skilled Nursing Facilities, clinics as well as Physician practices. He knows the struggles that individuals and families have understanding and navigating the healthcare maze. He and Kimberlee are excited to help you and your family members in this complex environment.

Kimberlee has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. She was blessed with the opportunity to be a stay-at-home mom until all five children were in school. Instead of going back to work in her field of accounting, Kimberlee chose to work in the school district as a Special Needs Aid. Not only was Kimberlee blessed, each of the Olson children volunteered in the Special needs classroom and gym classes. Serving others in the community is what the Olson’s do best! They have a great desire to help and serve you and your family live full and enriching lives.

For the last several years Kimberlee and Erik have been helping Betty, Kimberlee’s mom who is eighty-seven years old. Betty can do most things on her own. But, there are some things that are just too difficult: using a can opener, vacuuming, learning to use Facebook, trying to figure out her new smart phone, even walking! Kimberlee and Erik understand what you are going through. They are going through it and Betty shares her frustration with a body that is getting old while her spirit still feels young. Betty says often lately that she finally understands what it means to endure to the end! Because you Care, HomeWell is there!

Meet our Care Manager, Colton Camp

Care Manager Colton Camp

Colton Camp was raised on a small farm in rural Central Utah, where he played an active role in his community and school from a very young age. He was instilled with a hard-working, respectful attitude as well as strong family values and beliefs. He continued his post high school education at Snow College, where he earned his associate degree. He then went on to get his nursing degree from Weber State University.

Colton began working in healthcare in a small rural hospital and skilled nursing facility where he was exposed to a variety departments and nursing jobs. He also has 5 years of experience in wound care and case management. Colton understands that healthcare should be personalized and has a passion for providing you the best quality care by helping you to maintain your independence. He wants you to be as informed as possible, so you can make the best life decisions for yourself and family. Outside of work Colton enjoys participating in recreational sports, being in the outdoors, and spending as much time as he can with his family.