TTUHSC-Amarillo Welcomes New Employees

TTUHSC-Amarillo welcomed several new employees to campus during the month of March.

Julie Allen

Julie Allen

Coding & Reimbursement Specialist - Ambulatory Clinic

Brina Askins

Brina Askins 

Patient Care Coordinator – Pediatrics

            

Javier Campos

Javier Campos 

LVN – Internal Medicine

                   

Steven Lindsey

Steven Lindsey

Senior Analyst - Pharmacy Dean's Office

         

Amy Martinez

Amy Martinez

Clinical Assistant – Family Medicine

         

Gayla Preble

Gayla Preble 

Senior Business Assistant  - Pediatrics

       

Manuel Puentes

Manuel Puentes 

Lead Mechanic – Building Maintenance & Operations

Stephanie Scott

Stephanie Scott

Coding & Reimbursement Specialist - Ambulatory Clinic

 Brenda Talamantes

Brenda Talamantes

Lead Specialist – Breast Center of Excellence

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