PATRICK J. BOSLEY (JASON)

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Chad Ware

Academy Director; Physician Liaison

I have worked in healthcare for 20 years, and currently serve as the Academy Director, as well as the Physician and Community Liaison for Davis Health System.  During my time with Davis Health System, I have served many roles, which includes working in the environmental, clinical and the administrative fields.  My overall experiences in the hospital have allowed me the unique perspective of understanding the hospital system as a whole.  As the Academy Director, I feel it is a wonderful opportunity to work with, and guide, recently graduated high school students throughout our program.  Our former interns have shown a passion for learning, growing and have demonstrated the desire to one-day be leaders in the field of Healthcare.  My hope, and dream, is to be able to help every new intern that enters our program, achieve every goal set before them.

PATRICK J. BOSLEY (JASON)

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ANGELA K. SHOCKEY, BSN, RN

Surgical Services Director

I have been an RN for 27 years and have spent my career at Davis Medical Center. I love working in healthcare and have been afforded many exciting opportunities as a nurse. I am the Director of Surgical Services and enjoy working with my team to ensure that the patients receive quality care in all phases of their surgical experience. 

PATRICK J. BOSLEY (JASON)

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KATHY STURM, BSN, RN

Chief Nursing Officer

I am a part of the Leadership team here at Davis Medical Center and have been gifted to work with such caring leadership that serves all caregivers, patients, families, and the community.  My personal value is to grow nurse leaders and give them the tools and resources needed to lead and be successful.  I miss being a frontline nurse but at the same time, I get fulfillment in observing the nurses throughout the organization caring for others.

PATRICK J. BOSLEY (JASON)

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KAREN HARGRAVE

Patient Access Manager

It all starts with the concierge desk, no matter where you go in the hospital for service. We at registration wear many hats, from scheduling across all departments of Davis Health System. It can be challenging but rewarding. Registration wants patients to receive excellent hospitality and have a pleasant experience while visiting our facilities, we want to make a difference. The best part of the job is the thank you,  you receive for a job well done by our patients and staff. 

PATRICK J. BOSLEY (JASON)

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CARLA JOHNSTON, MSHM, DLM(ASCP)cm

System Director Laboratory and Therapy Services

There are so many career opportunities and paths you can take in the field of Laboratory Medicine. 

I knew I wanted to work in healthcare, but it wasn’t until my freshman year when I read the description for Medical Laboratory Science that I realized this was my calling.  If you are science-minded, this field is for you too.

Why patient care?  Our phlebotomists are the face of the Laboratory!  They represent the Lab in all patient interactions and truly love helping people.  They are absolutely essential to every patient’s healthcare experience. 

PATRICK J. BOSLEY (JASON)

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STEVE CROWL

Director of Information Services

I have worked at Davis Medical Center for 30 years. I began my career in Radiology and have been in IT for the past 27 years. I enjoy being the IT Director and working with my team at DMC because we spend our time making systems and networks run efficiently for all areas of the hospital system.  I get a sense of fulfillment from the work we do because it helps our care providers and employees provide safe, quality care to our patients.

PATRICK J. BOSLEY (JASON)

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Kim Bonner, RN

Clinical Nurse Manager

I have been a Registered Nurse for 21 years and have worked in many different health care areas.  Currently I am the Clinical Nurse Manager for Davis Medical Centers Specialty Services and Women’s Health Care.  My favorite part of being a nurse is seeing how patients come to us at their most needed times, and how our care team can provide the services needed to increase the patient’s quality of life.  In addition, I enjoy working with my team to ensure that they have the skills, knowledge, and resources needed to provide care for all of our patients.

PATRICK J. BOSLEY (JASON)

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Tiffany Auvil, LPN

Clinical Nurse Manager

I have been a Licensed Practical Nurse for 17 years and have spent my career at Davis Medical Center, with the last 14 of those in Physician Practice. I will be graduating from Alderson Broaddus University LPN to BSN program in May 2022.  Currently, I am the Clinical Nurse Manager of Family Practice/Pediatrics, Outlying Clinics, and Population Health. My favorite thing about nursing is the opportunity to learn a variety of care settings that ultimately add to the quality of care that our patients receive.