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Two doctors join ETSU Physicians and Associates in Kingsport

March 23rd, 2007 10:54 pm by Staff report












Bennett joins KOSBE


Williams joins RE/MAX


Gray joins Homeowners Concept Realtors


Claytore named assistant vice president


Dykes-Rivette inducted into Coldwell Banker society


SunTrust names new branch manager


Kilgore promoted to president


Morgan edits textbook


Cober named MSHA assistant vice president


KINGSPORT - Two internists have joined ETSU Physicians and Associates in Kingsport.


Bennett joins KOSBE

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KINGSPORT - Vanessa Bennett has joined the Kingsport Office of Small Business Development & Entrepreneurship as administrative-marketing assistant.


Bennett will provide general support to the KOSBE Council and subcommittees, the Kingsport Business Development Coordinating Team, the Kingsport Economic Development Board, and the Kingsport Community Enhancement Committee.


Previously, Bennett has worked as a senior program administrator for Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. in Johnson City, and in sales and office management for OMAR Canvas and Awning, Inc. in Johnson City. She also served as president of the Erwin Jaycees.


Bennett and her husband, Billy, have two daughters, Makayla, 11, and Makenzy, 7.


Williams joins RE/MAX

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KINGSPORT - Micheal J. Williams has joined the RE/MAX Results Commercial/ Investment Division.


Gray joins Homeowners Concept Realtors

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JOHNSON CITY - Janice Gray has joined Homeowners Concept Realtors as a new agent.


Homeowners Concept Realtors is located at 4307 North Roan St., Johnson City.


Claytore named assistant vice president

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JOHNSON CITY - Paula M. Claytore has been promoted to assistant vice president of Mountain States Health Alliance.


Claytore earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from Middle Tennessee State University and a master's degree in business administration from East Tennessee State University. She is a fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.


Claytore and her family live in Johnson City.


Dykes-Rivette inducted into Coldwell Banker society

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Rhonda Dykes-Rivette has been inducted into the Coldwell Banker International Sterling Society for 2007.


SunTrust names new branch manager

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JOHNSON CITY - Detra Kinley has been promoted to branch manager of SunTrust Bank's Gray office.


Kilgore promoted to president

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JOHNSON CITY - C. Steven Kilgore, senior vice president of Blue Ridge Medical Management Corp., has been promoted to president of the company, a wholly owned, for-profit subsidiary of Mountain States Health Alliance.


A Gate City native, Kilgore has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare management, and has served as senior vice president at Blue Ridge Medical Management since 1998.


Prior to joining MSHA, Kilgore was director of development for a Nashville healthcare company.


Kilgore and his family live in Kingsport.


Blue Ridge Medical Management employs more than 90 physicians and mid-level providers in more than 30 sites across the region.


Morgan edits textbook

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KINGSPORT - Rhonda Morgan, interim chief nursing officer at Holston Valley Medical Center, served as one of the editors for the book "AACN's Essentials of Progressive Care Nursing," which was recently released by McGraw-Hill.


The McGraw-Hill project Morgan edited is the first text focused on preparation of progressive care staff for the national certification exam.


Cober named MSHA assistant vice president

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JOHNSON CITY - Karen Cober, who has served as administrator and senior director of HomeCare and Hospice for Mountain States Health Alliance, has become its new assistant vice president. Cober has been responsible for hospice, private duty, parish nursing, HME, infusion and the home health agencies in Johnson City, Kingsport and Johnson County. She will continue with those duties as well as adding home medical equipment and the private duty division of HomeCare.

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