The Number One Interview Mistake To Avoid

Let’s face it – there are a ton of ways you can mess up an interview. The job search is already a stressful process, but being aware of crucial mistakes you could make during the interview process can help alleviate some of that stress by showing up prepared. Knowing what not to do can sometimes […]

10 Simple Steps to Immediately Improve Your Professional Life

You’ve started your first big job and you’re excited about what the future holds. You’ve gotten your bearings in your new office and you’ve settled into the routine that comes with new careers and now you’re trying to figure out what happens next. Even though things are going great, could they be going even better? […]

From crunching numbers to helping people – Maranda Maynard, ARH Scholar

Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Scholars have a deep, long lasting passion for the medical field, even if sometimes it’s realized a bit later in life. Maranda Maynard’s family consists of a long line of medical professionals, and she says she always kind of knew she would end up in that field as well. Her grandmother retired from ARH in 1990 where she worked as a surgical technician.
“I think [interest in the medical field] runs in the family because my grandmother was a surgical technician for years,” Maranda says…

Matt Williams - ARH Scholars Winner | Spring 2018

ARH Scholar employed in McDowell

Recently Matt Williams’ life has been a whirlwind of excitement. First he heard the news that he had been named a 2018 Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Scholar, he was then hired as a nurse extern for McDowell ARH. As an ARH Scholar, Matt will receive a financial reward of $5,000 toward tuition and living expenses while finishing his associate’s degree in nursing at Big Sandy Community and Technical College…

8 Values You Should Communicate In Every Job Interview

Interviewing is an inevitable step in every job hunt, so you need to make sure that you’re communicating the things that are going to make you valuable to your potential organization. Forbes recently published an article about the 8 values you need to make sure you’re communicating in your job interview that make you seem […]


Kaylee Fannin Named ARH Scholar

2018 ARH Scholar Kaylee Fannin has a long history with Appalachian Regional Healthcare—she was born at Tug Valley ARH Regional Medical Center in South Williamson. “I love ARH hospitals,” Kaylee says. “I was born there, and several times when I was growing up I’d fall and twist my ankle and I’d go there to get an x-ray because I thought my ankle was broken. They were always nice and I was never scared to go…It has just always been a part of my life.”…

ARH Helps Blake Burke Bring Passion for Sports & Caring for Others Full Circle

Blake Burke is a recent graduate of Shelby Valley High School whose love of sports inspired him to pursue a career in Physical Therapy. Blake is one of the 11 students throughout the 12 ARH communities named a 2018 Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Scholar…

Elizabeth Jones

Elizabeth Jones named an ARH Scholar

Elizabeth Jones is a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) at the Mary Breckinridge ARH hospital and one of the most recent ARH Scholars. After previously applying for the program, Elizabeth was ecstatic to learn she had been named a Spring 2018 ARH Scholar. Among 72 applicants throughout the 12 ARH communities, Elizabeth was one of the 11 scholarship recipients for this round…

Nurse Hatton Reporting for Duty

McKinnlee Hatton – football player, musician and most importantly, future nurse – has been named a 2018 Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Scholar. He grew up in Clay County and is a recent graduate of Clay County High School, where he played football as a left tackle on the offensive line. He says he loves spending his free time playing any instrument with strings and volunteers playing music at the local nursing home with his church, Turkey Foot Pentecostal…

Skyler Richmond

Skyler Richmond Makes Strides Toward her Goal of Becoming an Osteopathic Doctor

Skyler Richmond has an innate ability to help people and loves to volunteer her time making others’ lives better. As a student and recent graduate of Summers County High School, Skyler volunteered with her school’s chapter of the National Honor Society and Beta club as well as an organization called the Yummy Bags Ministry, where she packed bags of food for children in need…