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PCMH hires nurse practitioner

Posted on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 at 10:47 am

Regina Hill is set to take on role at local clinic.

Regina Hill is set to take on role at local clinic.

Pike County Memorial Hospital Clinic is growing with the community and they have hired another Family Practice provider to help support the health care needs of the region.
Regina Hill is a Nurse Practitioner who was born and raised in Middletown, Missouri.
Hill has worked in Columbia and Mexico as a nurse before accepting a position with PCMH as a Nurse Practitioner.
When asked why she wanted to practice in a small community Mrs. Hill said, “I grew up in a small town and have experienced firsthand the relationships established when friends and neighbors care for each other, a more trusting and honest provider/patient relationship.”
Justin Selle, CEO of PCMH said, “we are very lucky to have a local provider who wants to come back and care for the area she grew up in. Mrs. Hill is very friendly and easy to talk to which is an important quality in a family practice provider.”
Hill received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Central Methodist University and then went on to get her Masters of Science in Nursing from Southern University.
When asked if there is anything a patient should know about her, Mrs. Hill said, “I’m from the local community of Middletown. I am married and have a son named Easton. I enjoy spending time with my family and caring for others.”
Mrs. Hill also wants patients to know when they see her they should expect her to be caring, attentive, paying attention to details, and also providing education regarding their diagnosis.
Mrs. Hill will start seeing patients in late August alongside Dr. Aaron Trone at the PCMH Vandalia Clinic.
Call 573-594-2111 to schedule an appointment.