MERIDIAN — Rush Health Systems and MCC Workforce Development graduated eight office staff employees Dec. 13. The employees completed a 48-hour front line personnel training course over a period of six months. Shown are (front row left to right): Kelli Peavy, Rush director of Clinic Coding; Beverly Silliman, Rush asst. director, Front Desk Personnel; Leslie Shoemaker, Clark Medical Clinic; Laurie McGehee, Decatur Family Medical Clinic; Brittany Gibson, Rush OB/GYN; Amanda Seale, Family Medical Clinic; Lucy Morgan, Meridian Community College Workforce Development; and Jean Willis. Back row left to right: Janice Moore, Rush Hospital Admissions Director; Donnie Smith, Rush VP of Human Resources and Public Relations; Stephanie Richardson, Rush Medical Group Cardiology; Kacie Brown, Rush Medical Group; Brandy Lovett, Clark Medical Clinic; Dorothy Thomas, North Hills Family Medical Clinic; Dale Armour, Rush CFO; Darrell Wildman, Rush VP/Treasurer; and Richie McAlister, MCC Associate VP for Workforce Education.
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