Trisha Campbell leaves Auburn Health Clinic for Logan Aluminum


By Chris Cooper - ccooper@newsdemocratleader.com



Trish Campbell


Trisha Campbell (APRN, FNP, MSN), Family Nurse Practitioner, is leaving the Auburn Community Health Clinic to go to Logan Aluminum as one of their Nurse Practitioners.

Campbell has been working along side James and Stacia Staples, APRN, providing care to members of the community, as well as patients from other areas such as Butler, Warren and Simpson Counties at the clinic. She worked at Northcrest Medical Center for four years as an RN on the medical/surgical and pediatric unit and after graduating with her MSN and obtaining a certification as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) and Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), she began working for the Health Clinic.

Campbell was born and raised in Logan County, graduating from Logan County High School in 2004. She attended Western Kentucky University for both her BSN (bachelors of science in nursing), obtained in 2008 and her MSN (Masters of Science in Nursing), obtained in 2012. She is married to Jay Campbell, Agriculture teacher and FFA Advisor at Logan County High School, who was also born and raised in Logan County. They have three boys, Jaynes (5), Blayne Wilson (4) and Lathan (1), keeping the couple busy and smiling.

“It has been a wonderful opportunity and privilege to, alongside my co-workers, provide care for the people throughout our community. I have enjoyed watching so many children grow and mature, patients improve their health and developing meaningful relationships with the families that visit the clinic,” said Campbell.

April Triplett, Director of Business Development, Marketing, and Physician Relations & Industry (PRI) at Logan Memorial Hospital couldn’t praise Campbell enough for her professionalism and skill during her time at the Auburn clinic.

“Logan Memorial Hospital appreciates Trisha Campbell’s years of service to our community at the Auburn Community Health Clinic, and the care and compassion she has routinely shown our patients, staff, and visitors. We wish her all the best in her new position,” said Triplett.

“Logan Memorial, through the Auburn Community Health Clinic (ACHC), has provided me with a place to grow and learn as a provider and for that I am very grateful. It was not an easy decision to leave the patients and co-workers I enjoyed so much, but I trust that they will have caring and knowledgeable providers at the clinic to continue care for patients as needed,” said Campbell adding, “I am very excited about my position and the opportunities that await me in the medical department at Logan Aluminum. The knowledge of the employees in that department has already amazed me, as well as their ability to know each employee on an individual basis. Our goal is to meet the needs of the employees and to make sure they have access to health care if needed, but from my short time there I have realized they far exceed this goal in many ways. Jay and I both have been blessed with great employers and we look forward to being able to continue to live and work, and raise our children, in the community that means so much to us.”

Trish Campbell
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By Chris Cooper

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