July 15, 2019

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UMMC staff receive service recognition

Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of July 15-21.


20 Years

Kayla Abraham, assistant professor of occupational therapy, School of Health Related Professions

Patty Carr, sponsored program administrator, School of Dentistry (Biomedical Materials Science)

15 Years

Dr. Nathan K. Beavers, assistant professor of dentistry, School of Dentistry (Pediatric Dentistry and Community Oral Health)

Yolanda Branch, hospital technician, Children’s Hospital (3C Pediatric Unit)

Dino Gilliam, police officer, Campus Police

Veronnica McDuffey Taylor, operations director, Child Development Clinic

10 Years

Martha Flowerday, executive assistant, School of Nursing (Office of the Dean)

Amishau Harmon, transfer coordinator nurse, Patient Placement

Anna Odom, nurse, Children’s Hospital (2C Pediatric Unit)

Shujun Wang, physician specialist remote coder, University Physicians (Charge Entry)

5 Years

Dr. George W. Bartley III, assistant professor of medicine, School of Medicine

Dorothy Bryant, nurse, University Hospital (Medical Surgical Float)

Marsha Burton, grateful patient liaison, Office of Development

William Coleman, scheduler, Facilities Services

April Collier, phlebotomist, Adult Hematology Lab

Logan Cowart, laser safety officer, Environmental Health and Safety

Jerrica Davis, medical assistant, University Physicians (Women’s Ob-Gyn Mirror Lake)

Darin Hamby, nurse, University Hospital (2 South)

Gina Hamilton, project manager, School of Medicine (Family Medicine Minority Health)

Tanisha Hayes, medical assistant, University Physicians (Lakeland Otolaryngology)

Janet Jolly, nurse practitioner, School of Medicine (Rheumatology)

Dr. Sharon D. McElwain, assistant professor of nursing, School of Nursing

Dr. Tejal Patel, house officer, School of Medicine (Pathology)

William Roye, nurse, Adult Cardiac Catheterization

Dr. Brian Tieu, assistant professor of ophthalmology, School of Medicine