April

UMMC staff receive service recognition

UMMC staff receive service recognition

Published on April 04, 2016

The Medical Center is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries this week:

30 Years

Monte Luehlfing, senior information technology project manager, Information Systems

25 Years

Antonio Tate, senior information technology support analyst, Information Systems

20 Years

Reda Ainsworth, associate information technology business administrator, Information Systems

William Terry, surgical technician, University Hospital (Surgical Suite)

15 Years

Amy Carroll, nurse practitioner, School of Medicine (General Pediatric Surgery)

James Carroll, inpatient nurse, CCH-CICU

Dr. Stacy H. Vance, associate professor of medical laboratory science, School of Health Related Professions

10 Years

Kimberly Bowen, hospital outpatient coder, Coding

Russell Donald, information technology service delivery director, Information Systems

Candice Garnett, medical technologist, Clinical Lab (Chemistry)

5 Years

Melissa Barthold, senior information technology clinical solutions strategist, Information Systems

Patrick Butler, rehabilitation fitter, School of Medicine (Orthopedic Surgery)

Courtney Forsythe, respiratory therapist, University Hospital (Respiratory Therapy)

Betty Harris, professional fee coder, University Physicians (Charge Entry)

Tracy Hayes, PFS supervisor, Internal Access-Pre Arrival

Renata Hughes, HR service center specialist, Human Resources

Christopher Moulds, business systems application coordinator/analyst, Information Systems

Katrina Ransburg, inpatient nurse, Medical Surgical Float

Andrew Sorey, nurse manager, Cardiac Rehabilitation

Dr. Mary B. Taylor, professor of pediatric critical care, School of Medicine

Angela Vertucci, medical office assistant, University Physicians (Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular Select)

Kimberly Washington, access financial coordinator, Internal Access-Admissions

Dr. Tauqeer Yousuf, assistant professor of medicine, School of Medicine