EOMC announces "Not so New" Employees

Monday, 06 May 2019 13:19

EOMC announces "Not so New" Employees Featured

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 Brandy Davis (Carl Albert State College) Brandy Davis (Carl Albert State College)

EOMC is happy to introduce their “not so new” employees

 

 

Poteau, OKLAHOMA - Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center in Poteau would like to recognize some of the great accomplishments of their nursing staff.


It is hard to be an LPN, but to go back to school and become an RN all, while still working is really something that needs some praise.

 

 

These employees have done just that.  

 

 

Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center is a licensed 25-bed critical access hospital that serves LeFlore and the surrounding counties with a total population of approximately 48,000. EOMC has been serving the needs of this community for over 60 years by combining the personal touch of a community hospital with state of the art technology. We provide a full range of medical services to the community.

 

Since 1950, EOMC has worked to provide quality healthcare throughout Southeastern Oklahoma. EOMC is a public non-profit entity overseen by a Board of Trustees appointed by the LeFlore County Commissioners. Our goal is to efficiently provide comprehensive personal healthcare services by making available modern medical equipment, specialized medical services, and medical knowledge which would be limited without proper facilities.

 



blake olive
Blake Olive (Carl Albert State College)

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Amber Thompson (Carl Albert State College)

olivia moya
Olivia Moya (Carl Albert State College)

jerrid
Jerrid Edgington (Eastern Oklahoma State College)

 

Great job guy!

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