Chad Burke, RN completed his bachelor of science in nursing in 2013 at the Barnes-Jewish College Goldfarb School of Nursing.
He was a staff nurse at Barnes-Jewish Hospital prior to joining our center in May 2015. In addition, he has a bachelor of science in youth ministry in 2001 from Greenville College in Illinois. Chad Burke, RN plays a critical role in providing prompt care to patients calling for assistance. In addition, he plays an important part of education and counseling directly with multiple sclerosis patients during their office visits.
Candi has been a key part of our team since January 2006.
Her role as office manager is critical to help our center run smoothly and rapidly meet the needs of our patients. She has a bachelors degree in healthcare administration management from Lindenwood University.
Fransha ‘Fran’ plays an integral part of the team since 2003 in roles including receptionist and billing processor.
With an extensive background in healthcare delivery, Fran is readily available to help schedule your appointments. Fran has a bachelor’s degree in healthcare management from South University. Her compassion and warmth make our patients readily feel at ease.
Jamie, a medical assistant with diverse medical experience, joined our team in August of 2011 as a medical assistant.
Jamie plays a key role in coordinating patient care both during and between appointments. Since 1998, Jamie has a broad medical background, working as a hospital patient care tech and medical secretary in areas of surgery, medicine and labor and delivery. She became a medical assistant in 2007 initially working in pediatric ophthalmology.
Holly, a medical secretary with extensive neurology experience, is ready to answer your calls.
The key to comprehensive and compassionate care is having someone to answer your phone calls. Holly started her journey in neurology as a certified medical transcriptionist in 2000. She worked in general neurology as well as with multiple sclerosis specialists at Washington University for 7 years and BJC Neurology for 3 years. She assists patients when they call with medical questions regarding their symptoms, medications, and scheduling tests.
Danielle, a medical assistant and former instructor, became part of our team in March 2013.
Danielle Scales graduated from Missouri College in March of 2004. She began working as a medical assistant in internal medicine until 2007. In 2007, she became a medical assistant instructor and lead medical assistant instructor 3 years later. After teaching for 5 years, she returned to patient care part-time. Danielle’s focus is to meet your needs at the time of your appointment as well as address issues between appointments.
Delea, a certified clinical research coordinator, focuses on advancing multiple sclerosis research.
Delea graduated from Tennessee State University in 2004 with a bachelor degree in Biological Sciences. She began her career at Saint Louis University as a research assistant and clinical research coordinator at Washington University Medical Center in 2008 focused on oncology. Truly dedicated to her research, Delea continued her research projects by moving with her physician researcher to the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2009. As a certified clinical research coordinator, Delea has enjoyed working directly with patients participating in clinical research at our center since August 2012. She plays a critical role in maximizing patient safety and following study protocols. Several of the trials at our center have led to new FDA-approved therapies.
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