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Ronnie Wilson:

You’ve worked here how long total?

Lindsey Huffstetler:

Seven years.

Ronnie Wilson:

What is it that makes you feel good about the place where you work, the people with whom you work and the job that you show up and do on a week-by-week basis?

Lindsey Huffstetler:

That’s a good question. Ask me that question again so I can think about it. 

Ronnie Wilson:

Well what is it that makes you feel the spirit, I don’t mean in a bad way, but just what is it that makes you feel proud in some regard, you know happy, elated, delighted, to be able to show up here and do your job with these people on a day-by-day and week-by-week basis. What is it about it that makes it feel special to you?

Lindsey Huffstetler:

I think it’s just the relationships that we form, not with, I mean just with each other but also with parents, but also with the children. I mean you can ask even Andrew at checkout, just like, when they come to get stickers and he doesn’t have any children on his own. And he can tell you all the characters that he’s got out there, like he’s gonna learn these characters. And just seeing them [patients] out in public and they’ll know who you are, like “you, you work at the doctor’s office, you work for Dr. Bonnett” or you know. I just, relationships, that’s a good one.

Ronnie Wilson:

Tell us about a couple of your most recently added providers.

Lindsey Huffstetler:

So the newest providers that we have are Dr. Kimberly Bolen. She’s actually grew up in the Chapin area and she came to us in September. I have to keep all of this straight in my head. She’s young, I say young she’s really not. I might wonder how old she is. And then we have Julie Edwards, who’s a nurse practitioner, who is from the Chapin area herself and she joined us in August.