Meet Our Nurses
Rikki Carter, OR Tech
Rikki has been a surgical
technologist for eight years. She went to Ivy Tech Community College and
graduated in 2004. She has lived in Brazil her entire life and has no
desire to live anywhere else. Rikki knew since high school that she
wanted to work in the medical field and absolutely loves working in
surgery. She feels very blessed that she gets to serve the community she
has known her entire life.
Bobbi Griffith, Certified Surgical Tech
graduated from Vincennes University in 2009. She has always wanted to
join the medical field and is very thankful she was given the
opportunity. Bobbi finds working with patients in surgery very
Pam Miller, RN
Pam has been a nurse for 21 years.
She received her associate’s degree in nursing from Indiana State
University in 1991 and completed her bachelor’s degree from ISU in 1993.
Pam has worked in a variety of areas over the years but feels like she
has found her place working in the surgical area at her hometown
hospital. She loves how everyday is a new adventure. Pam finds it very
rewarding when a patient tells her that she has helped them feel calm
through the often scary and stressful time of having a procedure.
Shirley Lawrence, RN
Shirley started working at
Clay County Hospital in 1966 as a nurse assistant. She went to Indiana
State University in 1977 to obtain her nursing degree while working
full-time at Clay County Hospital. After graduating from nursing school,
she worked in the OB department and floated throughout the hospital.
When the OB department closed, she started working in outpatient
surgery. Shirley feels like it is a great place to work and the nurses
are very pleasant to work with and professional. She has been with the
hospital for 45 years.
Jamie Webster, Surgery Nurse Manager, RN, MSN
graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from DePauw
University in 1986. She completed a Master of Science degree in nursing
with a specialization in education in 2007 from Walden University. Her
nursing career has primarily focused upon the surgical area of patient
care. She is very passionate about nursing and loves what she does.
Jamie truly believes that nursing is not just a job….it’s a calling.