WESTON — Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital (SJMH) is pleased to announce that clinician, Debra Murray, FNP-BC, is transitioning to the hospital staff as a hospitalist.
Murray joined Mon Health SJMH in July 2019 as the Population Health coordinator, assisting with annual wellness exams and educating patients on the importance of preventive screenings. Murray then moved into the role of Primary Care professional, providing chronic care management, sports physicals, well-child visits, vaccinations, minor procedures and DOT physicals.
Murray feels fortunate that she can help members of her community on their healthcare journeys. She has special thoughts for her patients she has helped at Mon Health Primary Care as she moves to her new role at SJMH.
“It has been a privilege to work with my patients, neighbors and friends as they have entrusted their primary care needs to me. This decision has been tough in knowing that I have built strong relationships with each and every one of my patients. I know that other Primary Care Providers will still be able to care for them and treat them with compassion. I have always tried to challenge myself and grasp every opportunity to expand my knowledge. As an Advance Practice Provider working with the Hospitalist program, treating inpatient populations, I will still be continuing the great care that each patient is accustomed to while expanding my knowledge and skills. I am beyond grateful that Mon Health allows growth and presents great opportunities for its employees. We are a small-town hospital that delivers personalized care with big results in the end. I am proud to be part of this amazing team,” wrote Murray.
Murray received her BSN from Mountain State University before receiving her MSN from Walden University. She has previously served as a nurse practitioner in Gastroenterology. Murray has two children, Joseph and Abigail.
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