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  • TriStar Skyline colleague grows career through HCA Healthcare 

    Lisa Harris, the Director of Clinical Operations at TriStar Skyline Madison Campus, has grown her healthcare career to new heights.
  • Tiffany Barnett 

    Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life. Skyline Medical Center Nurse Tiffany Barnett shares what it's like to be a Trauma ICU Nurse and what she loves most about caring for her patients in her role.
  • Greg McCoy 

    Greg McCoy, CT tech, bonded with a patient that had recently been diagnosed with cancer after his mother had passed away. He believes healthcare is the best way for him to give back.
  • Wendy Gaddis 

    Wendy Gaddis, sepsis coordinator, reflects on an experience where the patient had passed away and how her focus shifted to taking care of the loved ones. She believes nursing is providing holistic care and taking care of team members.
  • Dorcas Churchill 

    Dorcas Churchill, fourth floor director, chose to be a nurse after her uncle had a heart attack at 42, and she knew she could make a difference in lives so patients won't have to live in fear. She believes if she shows her staff and patients that she cares, they will show it back to her.
  • Steve Otto 

    TriStar Skyline celebrates the 43rd Annual National EMS Week and we applaud our EMS partners for their important contributions in safeguarding the health, safety and wellbeing of the communities we serve. Steve Otto, CEO, discusses this important relationship along with an emphasis on servant leadership and the importance of creating a work environment where we can take the best care of patients.
  • Dr. R. Jason Thurman 

    Dr. R. Jason Thurman, chief medical officer, reflects on wanting to pursue a music-related career path when he was younger. Now, he relates a trauma center like working with a well-conducted orchestra.
  • Linda Hall 

    Linda Hall was a rehabilitation patient at TriStar Skyline for a back-neck fusion. Hear Linda's story on how much of an impact our rehab team had on her teaching her how to walk again - and how much of an impact she had on us!