National Hospital Week 2013 theme was “A Guiding Light For Changing Times”. This was the platform for a week of work and celebration for the staff of CCMH.
National Nurse’s Week was celebration May 6-10 and ended on a high note with acknowledging the extraordinary efforts of a member of the Nursing staff.
The newly formed Carroll County Memorial Hospital Foundation inaugural event was a success.
Reid Medical Clinic
1401 N. Jefferson St.
Carrollton, MO 64633
Medical School: Bachelor Degree from University of Missouri-Columbia in Animal Science
Bachelor of Science in Nursing from William Jewell College
Masters of Science from Graceland University
Certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners as a Family Nurse Practitioner
Societies: Sigma Theta Tau International
Organizations: American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Personal Interests: Gardening, playing with my kids, reading
Biography: I grew up in rural Stet, Missouri and graduated from high school there. I attended MU and obtained an Animal Science bachelor's degree. After graduation, I moved to Iowa and worked at National Pork Producers Council, which is where i met my husband, Ryan. We moved back to this area and married and I returned to school for my Bachelor's degree in nursing from William Jewell College. I worked as a registered nurse at Liberty Hospital in the orthopedic and pediatric units, and at Ray County in the ER, surgery, and home health units. During this time I also attended Graceland University and obtained my Master's degree in Nursing. My husband and I live near Stet on a small acreage and have two young sons, Brock and Kaston.