From left to right: Jeremy Howard, Director of Business Development, Mandry Technology Solutions; Donna Culpepper, Executive Director, Nocona Senior Center; Rebecca Hamilton, Administrative Assistant/Human Resources, Nocona General Hospital
When Nocona General Hospital won our Mandry CARES giveaway at the Texas Hospital Insurance Exchange (THIE) Hot Topics Forum in Georgetown, Texas, Administrative Assistant Rebecca Hamilton chose to donate the winnings to the Montague County Carpenter Shop.
Photo left to right: Mike Hemphill, Treasurer, Rotary Club of Colorado City; Jon Haralson, CIO Services, Mandry Technology Solutions; Jeremy Howard, Director of Business Development, Mandry Technology Solutions; Jeff Woodham, Vice President of Operations, Mandry Technology Solutions; Robbie Dewberry, CEO, Mitchell County Hospital; Mark Merrell, Judge, Mitchell County; Charles Rice, Police Chief, City of Colorado City and President, Rotary Club of Colorado City
It was a stormy weekend in Colorado City, Texas, but that didn't stop our team from taking part in a fun-filled golf tournament for a good cause. We were honored to participate in the Rotary Club of Colorado City's annual golf tournament alongside some of our local partners and peers.
We are proud to announce we ranked #55 on the 2021 Channel Futures™ MSP 501. This marks the 9th consecutive year we've appeared on the list and our second year in a row in the top 100, moving up 23 spots from our 2020 ranking of #78, and 206 spots from our very first ranking of #361. What a journey!
Photo left to right: Donny Booth, CEO, Permian Regional Medical Center; Jim Horton, CEO, Rankin County Hospital District; Adam Willmann, CEO, Goodall-Witcher Healthcare; Jeremy Howard, Director of Business Development, Mandry Technology Solutions
The Lindsey Horton Memorial Scholarship Fund (LHM) aims to provide college scholarships to students from Andrews County, Texas, who are pursuing medical degrees. Lindsey Horton was a resident of Andrews herself and was a Registered Nurse at Permian Regional Medical Center. The Andrews community showed an exceptional amount of love after Lindsey’s tragic passing, inspiring her family to continue her legacy both within her hometown and within her profession through LHM.
Photo left-to-right: Jordan Heatwole, Director of Marketing, Mandry Technology Solutions; Chris Chisholm, Executive Vice President of Operations, Children's Home of Lubbock; Thomas Mandry, CEO, Mandry Technology Solutions; Jeff Woodham, Vice President of Operations, Mandry Technology Solutions; Robert Hassell, CIO/CTO, Mandry Technology Solutions
The Children’s Home of Lubbock has been a community of people dedicated to making the lives of children better since 1954. From facilitating more than 1,000 adoptions to providing transitional living and supervised independent living programs, the Children’s Home is a beacon of love and care for those who have been dealt an unfair hand.