Billie Dawn has been a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner since 2017 and sees patients full-time in the clinic. She has over 18 years of experience in the medical profession. As a family nurse practitioner, she has been trained to treat a family from infancy to elderly.
Stokes started out pursuing a degree in Agriculture, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture specializing in Agronomy. She was working as an EMT while going to school. It was there she found a love of medicine and helping others. She started her nursing degree while wrapping up her degree in agriculture. She went on to get a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Murray State University and a Master of Science in Nursing at Eastern Kentucky University.
She enjoys spending time on the farm with her family. On some weekends you will find her around the campfire playing guitar with her family and friends.
“I find that if you take the time to listen to a patient, they will often lead you to their problem. It is important as a provider we take the time to listen to a patient and never brush off their concerns. Patients put their trust in us, and that is something that should not be taken lightly.”
Jeanie is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She has over 25 years in the medical field ranging from family practice to emergency services. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Murray State University and Master of Science from Maryville University.
Jeanie is a 1988 graduate of Trigg County High School. She is married and has two adult children. She lives on a small farm and enjoys raising livestock with her husband.
She has a passion for serving her community. She is an active board member of the Screaming Eagle Honor Flight, Pennyroyal Hospice and St. Luke Clinic.
Lisa is a patient-focused certified medical assistant with 22 years of experience.
Lisa has lived in Trigg County since she was 10 years old. She is married and has two adult daughters and two adult stepsons. Lisa also has a Shih Tzu named Piper and has three grand-dogs, Murphy, Milo and Casper. Lisa has a passion to deliver “compassionate patient care to the citizens of Trigg County and abroad.”
Victoria has been a clinical MA since 2018.
Victoria is married to Hakeem Tyler and together they have a son, Carter, and a Rottweiler, Drako. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, when time allows, watching reality TV, and being outside. “I have loved every minute of being a helping hand and taking care of patients. I will always strive to make people feel comfortable and to let them know that they are cared about. I look forward to meeting all our new patients and seeing familiar faces again!”
Charity, our Patient Care Coordinator, has worked in healthcare for 15 years.
Charity Over is a 1996 graduate of Trigg County High School. Charity lives in Trigg County with her husband. She has two children and three stepchildren. In her free time, Charity enjoys cooking, baking and spending time with her family.