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Deana Campbell, office manager at Med Serve, has been chosen as the December Employee of the Month and the 2010 Employee of the Year for North Mississippi Medical Clinics.
Campbell has worked for North Mississippi Medical Clinics since 1994. She is a graduate of Lafayette High School in Oxford, and she attended Itawamba Community College Tupelo campus.
“What I love most about my job is being able to work with and help people,” Campbell said. “I am very fortunate to work in an organization that cares about people. I’m able to spend time daily with patients and team members – talking, laughing and crying. My job is flexible enough that I can spend time with the different departments and all the patients. Patients are the reason we are here.”
Vicky Kaspar-Reeder, clinical team leader at Pulmonary Consultants, has worked for North Mississippi Medical Clinics since 2000, previously serving at IMA-Tupelo. She is a graduate of Amory High School, and she attended Itawamba Community College Tupelo campus.
“What I love most about my job is working with a wonderful Christian group of people,” Reeder said. “Each puts God at the forefront of their lives, which reassures each patient that they will be taken care of with compassion.”
Elizabeth Lefford, CLPN, has worked at Fulton Medical Clinic since March 1995, and she previously worked at a local nursing home for 18 years. She is a graduate of Itawamba Agricultural High School and attended Itawamba Community College. She received her CLPN certification in 1995, and she is also certified in tuberculosis skin testing.
“What I love most about my job is meeting and helping people,” Lefford said. “Each day brings something different. I thank God for giving me the ability to do this. Making someone feel better is always worth it.”
Alberta Rutherford has worked as an admissions/discharge specialist for the clinic organization since 2002, and has been with New Albany Medical Clinic since 2008. She is a graduate of Myrtle High School, and attended Itawamba Community College and Faith Bible Institute in Monroe, La. She is certified in Biblical studies and in office systems technology.
"The best part of my job is being able to encourage and help my patients, co-workers, friends and family,” Rutherford said. “I really love helping whenever and wherever I can.”
Julia McClelland works as an LPN at Maben Medical Clinic, where she has worked since 2001. McClelland attended Starkville Academy and received her LPN license in 2001 from East Mississippi Community College in Mayhew. She is also certified in TB skin testing and basic life support, and trained in laboratory and X-ray work.
“The best part of my job is knowing that I have helped someone,” McClelland said. “I love meeting our new patients. Even when my job is stressful, it is always rewarding."
Kitty Martin works as a medical assistant at Work Link. Prior to joining the staff of Work Link, she worked at Med Serve, the urgent care clinic that shares a building with Work Link, for five years. Martin attended Saltillo High School, and is currently working toward a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at the University of Phoenix. She is certified as a Medical Review Officer Assistant, and is certified in Department of Transportation drug screens and breath alcohol testing.
“The best part of my job is helping others,” Martin said. “I also enjoy the drug screen side of my job to help companies be compliant with their policies and with DOT regulations.”
Melanie Lindley works as an admissions/discharge specialist at Fulton Medical Clinic, where she has been employed since February 1999. Lindley is a graduate of Itawamba Agricultural High School and attended Itawamba Community College. She is currently working toward an associate’s degree in applied sciences from East Mississippi Community College.
“What I love most about my job are the patients,” Lindley said. “Over my years at Fulton Medical Clinic, I have met so many different people. Every day is a new adventure and I guess that’s why I love my job. Plus all the wonderful people I work with.”
Linda Johnson works in charge entry at Oxford Medical Clinic. She has been employed by North Mississippi Health Services for more than 13 years. She is a graduate of Pontotoc High School, and she attended Itawamba Community College in Fulton.
“The best part of my job is seeing patients leave our clinic happy,” Johnson said. “I love to come to work in a happy environment. I work with great people and they are just like my family. I will help out any way I can, for coworkers or patients.”
Barbara Doss works as a laboratory assistant at Eupora Medical Clinic. She started work at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo in January 1976. After 26 years at NMMC-Tupelo, she stopped working to take care of her mother full time. In 2003, she started work at NMMC-Eupora, transferring to Eupora Medical Clinic in July 2005. She is a graduate of South Pontotoc High School.
“The best part of my job is meeting people,” Doss said. “I’ve done it for so long and I still like going to work each day. I have something good to look forward to. I live in a town where the people are real down to earth, humble and kind. I wouldn’t trade the people I work with in the clinic for anything.”
Lisa Bryan works in laboratory/X-ray at Booneville Medical Clinic. Prior to joining the clinic, she worked as a floater for several clinics, including Med Serve in Tupelo, Oxford Medical Clinic, Okolona Medical Clinic and Chickasaw Medical Clinic. She has been with North Mississippi Medical Clinics since 1996. She is a graduate of Saltillo High School and attended Ross Medical Education Center, where she received her medical assistant certification.
“The best part of my job is the patients,” Bryan said. “I truly love each and every one of them and I’m grateful to God that He has given me the ability to serve others.”