TTUHSC-Amarillo Welcomes New Employees

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

Arijit Bhowmik

Arijit Bhowmik 

Post-Doctoral Research Associate                    

Dora Gonzales

Dora Gonzales 

Nursing Assistant - Family Medicine  

Meghan Greene

Meghan Greene 

Senior LVN - Obstetrics & Gynecology

Mary Ibarra

Mary Ibarra 

Nurse Practitioner - Internal Medicine

Cameia McGrew

Cameia McGrew 

Medical Billing Associate - Business Office        

Amanda Nelson

Amanda Nelson 

Sr. Medical Secratary - Obstetrics & Gynecology

Sarai Lord

Noah Vandagriff 

Tradesman – Building Maintenance & Operations

 

 

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