September 7, 2010, Corydon: Wayne County Hospital (WCH) is pleased to announce that Maggie Lindsey, BSN has been selected as the new director of the Susie B. Tuttle Dialysis Center. A graduate of Seymour High School, Maggie attended Mercy College of Health Science in Des Moines where she earned her bachelor in science nursing degree. Maggie has been a nurse for 9 years and has over 5 years of experience working in dialysis at WCH. “We are fortunate to have Maggie lead our dialysis team. Her passion and concern for her patients is beyond compare,” commented Sheila Mattly, Chief Nursing Officer (CNO).
Maggie and her husband, Cody, have twin 2-year olds, Breegan and Lucas. She enjoys reading, scrapbooking, card making, gardening, do-it-yourself projects with her husband and renovating their home. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, being outdoors, sports, and being involved with church.
“I am looking forward to serving as director of the dialysis unit. I love working at WCH, it is the greatest place to work!” said Ms. Lindsey.
In addition, Justin Cox, RN has joined the WCH dialysis team as a dialysis staff nurse. Justin Cox has been with WCH since 2004, initially as a member of our Murphy Place Assisted Living staff. He received his associate degree in nursing from Indian Hills Community College in 2006. Justin enjoyed working the night shift for a few years and then served as the RN on staff in our Emergency Department. “Justin’s experience and dedication to his patients are wonderful attributes he brings to the dialysis team,” said Sheila Mattly, CNO.
Justin and his wife, Carissa, devote their time to their new son, Caden, born earlier this year.
Maggie & Justin are part of the exceptional dialysis team at WCH. This 5-station, chronic care unit provides specialized outpatient renal dialysis care. For more information call 641-872-2260 ext: 5325.