christopher M. Hall, MD

 

Medical Education: University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1998

 

Residency: Valley Baptist Family Practice, Harlingen, TX 2001

 

Board Certification: American Board of Family Practice 

 

Joined Rankin County Hospital: 2015

 

Professional: Dr. Hall's previous experience includes hospitalist, emergency medicine, obstetrics and now administrative duties. 

 

Personal Interests: Dr. Hall was married in 1999, he has 5 children. His hobbies include church, gardening, hunting, playing guitar, reading and being involved with his children's activities. 

Allen Graham, PA-c

 

Undergraduate: Howard College, Paramedic Certification, 1989; Texas Tech University, Bachelor of Science in Biology, 2003

 

Postgraduate: Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Masters of Physician Assistant Studies, 2005

 

Joined Rankin County Hospital: 2012

 

Professional: Prior to becoming a Physician Assistant, Allen worked as a EMT, Paramedic and Flight Paramedic in Lubbock for 15 years. He started his career as Lead Physician Assistant at University Medical Center (UMC) Emergency Center in Lubbock in 2005. Allen was the recipient of the UMC Medical Staff All- Star award in 2007 and also the UMC Emergency Center Mid-Level Provider of the Year from 2008-2013. He was named TTUHSC Preceptor of the Year in 2011. In 2013, he was awarded the very prestigious UMC Health System Mid-Level Provider of the Year. 

 

Personal Interests: Allen has been married for 20 years to his wife Kim, who is a Family Nurse Practioner. They have two daughters, Kendall and Kailee. Allen's interests include flying, boating, wake surfing, hunting and camping. He attended taxidermy school and is also a certified aircraft mechanic, pilot and scuba diver. 

TROY WILBORN, FNP-C

 

Undergraduate Education: New Mexico Junior College, Associates Degree RN , 1994. West Texas A& M University (WTAMU), Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 2002

 

Postgraduate: WTAMU, Masters of Science in Nursing, 2006

 

Joined Rankin County Hospital: 2014

Professional: Troy's previous experience includes emergency, surgical ICU and cardiac ICU nursing and serving as Clinical Research Coordinator of pharmaceutical and medical device trials. In additional to his job duties, Troy has also served on the Medical Hazmat Team in response to 9/11, Trauma Team Leader at University Medical Center, Lubbock, TX during his career as a RN. He graduated as a member of Sigma Theta Tau. As a Family Nurse Practitioner, Troy has worked in critical care/pulmonology, emergency medicine, acute care and family practice.

 

Publications:

Cevik, C., Wilborn, T., Corona. R., Schanzmeyer E., & Nugent, K. (2009). Post-cardiac injury syndrome following transvenous pacemaker insertion. Heart Lung Circ. 18:(6):379-83.

 

Personal Interests: Troy has been married for 19 years to his wife Melissa who is a pharmacist. They have 2 children. His hobbies include spending time with family, church, coaching his son's baseball team and outdoor activities. 

Brandon sue, pa-c

 

Undergraduate: Howard College, Paramedic Certification, 1999 ; Western Texas College, Associate of Applied Sciences in Allied Health Sciences and Emergency Medical Services, graduated Suma Cum Laude, 2007

Postgraduate: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Masters of Physician Assistant Studies , 2011

 

Joined Rankin County Hospital: 2015

Professional: Prior to becoming a physician assistant, Brandon began his career with Lubbock EMS as a Field Paramedic for over 8 years. He served as EMS Director for Knox County EMS for over 2 years. He also was a Critical Care Flight Paramedic for 6 years. In 2005, he was part of a 5 day air rescue mission in New Orleans immediately following Hurricane Katrina. He began his Physician Assistant career in 2011 at University Medical Center Level 1 Trauma Center in Lubbock as an Emergency Medicine PA for over 4 years.

Personal: Brandon enjoys spending time with family and friends, going to the gym, skydiving and swimming. He also enjoys watching Texas Tech and other professional sporting events. He likes to travel in the US and abroad.

ROBERT BALDREE, PA-c
 

Undergraduate Education: South Plains College, Certificate of Proficiency Surgical Technology

 

Postgraduate: Texas Tech University, Masters of Physician Assistant Studies, 2005

 

Joined Rankin County Hospital: 2016

 

 

Professional: Ten years in previous PA roles as a surgical technician in Cardiovascular, General, and Neurosurgery in Lubbock, Texas.

Personal Interests: Robert has been married to his wife, Vanessa, for 17 years, and togther they have two daughters, Avery and Emily.  Robert enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with his family.

Mike Reddell, PA-c
 

Undergraduate Education: 

Texas Tech University Lubbock, Tx, Biology 

Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, Diploma in Nursing RN

Texas Tech University School of Allied Health Paramedic Training

Postgraduate: Texas Tech University, Masters of Physician Assistant Studies 2005

Joined Rankin County Hospital: 2019

 

 

Professional:  Mike’s previous experience includes working as a paramedic for Lubbock EMS for 6 years prior to completing Nursing school. After graduating from nursing school in 1991, Mike flew as a flight nurse for 12 years at Aero Care in Lubbock. In 2002 Mike began Physician assistant training at Texas Tech. After completing PA school, Mike worked for 14 years in Orthopedic Surgery at The Center for Orthopedic Surgery in Lubbock.

Personal Interests:  Mike has been married for 31 years to his wife Donna who is a Nurse Specialist in Hydrotherapy wound care at Covenant Medical Center in Lubbock. They have one son, West Reddell.  Mike enjoys camping, Hunting and traveling.