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Karla Turley, MD, board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, has recently begun practice in Murray.Turley comes to the area from Madisonville, where she worked since 2007 as an OB/GYN with Baptist Health Women’s Care and was a gratis faculty in the University of Louisville School of Medicine’s Trover Off Campus Teaching Center. [read more]
Stephanie Hutchison, MD, has recently begun practice in obstetrics and gynecology in Murray.
Hutchison comes to the area after a year at PRMC Womens Associates in Kerrville, Texas. Read More
Brady Harris, MD, has returned home to Murray to practice as a surgeon at Murray-Calloway County Hospital and began work Wednesday, October 15.
A 2001 graduate of Calloway County High School and a 2005 graduate of Murray State University, Harris went on to medical school at the University of Louisville School of Medicine where he was awarded his MD in 2009. He then completed a General Surgery Residency at the Hiram C. Polk Jr., MD Department of Surgery at the University of Louisville. During his residency, he was named the recipient of the J. David Richardson, MD award for most outstanding overall residen
Frederick Lorenz, MD, has joined Murray ENT at Murray-Calloway County Hospital as an Otolaryngologist beginning Wednesday, October 1.At Murray ENT, Lorenz joins Dr. Arthur Allen, a board-certified Otolaryngologist and Facial Plastic Surgeon. The two provide care for Ear/Nose/Throat services for both pediatric and adult patients.
The staff at Murray Medical Associates has recently expanded their primary care medical services with the addition of two nurse practitioners, Erica Bazzell, APRN, and Melissa Johnson, APRN.
When Kathy Wade started at Murray-Calloway County Hospital as a switchboard operator in 1970, her starting pay was $1.25 an hour. She worked three days a week connecting callers to their destination via a giant panel of plugs and receptacles, starting her career at MCCH that would eventually span four decades and numerous positions.
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