Business briefs, October 11
Fields joins Ephraim McDowell Diabetes & Endocrinology Center
Ephraim McDowell Diabetes & Endocrinology Center welcomes Brian Fields, APRN, to the practice.
Brian earned a bachelor’s degree in biology in 2006 and a bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2009, both from the University of Kentucky. He earned a master’s degree in nursing from Northern Kentucky University in 2014. He is board-certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and has a special interest in type 1 and type 2 diabetes, thyroid disorders and low testosterone in males.
Brian lives in Nicholasville with his wife, Laura and their four children, Bethany, Grace, Miranda and Micah. During his free time, he enjoys reading, vacations and spending time with family.
Ephraim McDowell Diabetes & Endocrinology Center is located at 216 W. Walnut St., Danville. To schedule an appointment with Brian, call (859) 239-5860.
Kegley joins Springfield Family Medical Center
Ephraim McDowell Springfield Family Medical Center welcomes Megan Kegley, A.P.R.N., to the practice. She is providing primary care to patients of all ages.
Megan earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from University of Kentucky and her master’s degree from the University of Louisville.
Kegley is board-certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She enjoys caring for both children and adults and has special interests in preventative care and urgent care.
Megan and her husband, Aaron live in Springfield. They have two children, Maci and Brady. In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors and camping with her family.
Ephraim McDowell Springfield Family Medical Center is located at 280 Lincoln Dr., Springfield, and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call (859) 336-9801.
Harrodsburg geologist appointed by Gov. Bevin to advisory board
FRANKFORT — Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed Karen Exton Thompson of Harrodsburg to represent the Kentucky Geological Survey Advisory Board. Thompson is a geologist. She will serve for a term expiring Sept. 1, 2020.
The Kentucky Geological Survey Advisory Board works to increase the knowledge and understanding of the mineral, energy, water resources, geologic hazards and geology of Kentucky for the benefit of the commonwealth and nation. The board also conducts research, collects data, and serves as the state’s official archive for data on petroleum, coal, minerals, groundwater, and topographic and geologic maps.
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