Celebrating Epic Veterans: Susanna Roadcap

November 11, 2015

Happy Veterans Day

Thank you Epic Veterans, Veteran spouses and Epic’s extended Veteran family for your service to our great country. It’s because of our Veteran’s great service and sacrifices that we live in the land of the free and home of the brave. Freedom is not free and we thank our Veterans today and every day for their dedicated service and deep commitment to protect the freedoms we enjoy as Americans. Epic is proud to recognize Susanna Roadcap in our Veterans Day celebration lineup. Susanna served in the United States Army for 2 years from 1982-1984. She was a Sharp Shooter with Top Clearance….Read More

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Celebrating Epic Veterans: Missouri Servicemen

November 11, 2015

Happy Veterans Day

Happy Veterans Day! Epic Health Services is fortunate to employee over 3,000 veterans in the 16 states we occupy. We are so proud and appreciative of the many individuals that have selflessly served our country and now our company. Epic stands united knowing we are the home of the free because of the brave. Please join us in celebrating some of our outstanding Missouri military veterans! Ben Dillon, Executive Director Union, Missouri Ben served 4 years in the U.S. Army as a 91 Whiskey-Combat Medic from 2003-2007 Duty stations include: Fort Sam Houston, Texas Honorably discharged as an E-4, Specialist…Read More

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Celebrating Epic Veterans: Celein Thomas

November 11, 2015

Celebrating Epic Veterans

Hello, I’m Celein Thomas, Referral Coordinator for Epic Health Services, and I joined the military at the age of 32 out of Ocala, Florida. Why We Serve I chose to enlist due to my inability to support my two children as a single mother. After bonding with people from all over the world you learn of many reasons individuals chose to sacrifice their time and families to become better and stronger members of society. Although the reasons varied we all had one thing in common – the heart to serve. My Time in the Army I served in the Army…Read More

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Celebrating Epic Veterans: Mark Berry

November 10, 2015

Celebrating Epic Veterans

Mark Berry, Regional Director of Operations for Epic Health Services, served in the United States Coast Guard starting at 17 years old. He served 4 years as Active Duty and 4 years in the Reserve. A main propulsion engineer, Mark was promoted to Petty Officer 3rd Class in just 3 years into his service. While in the Coast Guard, Mark was primarily stationed in the Great Lakes (MI), Hawaii and Florida. On a Point Class Cutter in Florida, Mark was the leader for their Federal Law Enforcement Detachment Team. Their primary mission was drug interdiction and Mark oversaw large international…Read More

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Celebrating Epic Veterans: Barbara Sreboth

November 10, 2015

Celebrating Epic Veterans

Hello, I’m Barbara Sreboth, LVN and this is my story. I served in the United States Navy from 1974-1978, working in Aviation Maintenance Administration. I took care of the logs and records for all aircraft in my squadron and I am a Vietnam Era Veteran. While stationed in Hawaii, I would check for ship arrivals bringing home our team from Vietnam. In my free time, I would go to Pearl Harbor to greet them. I would take food, drinks and anything else to make them feel welcome. San Diego, California is my hometown and I currently reside in Lubbock, Texas….Read More

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Celebrating Epic Veterans: Brandon Helm

November 9, 2015

Epic Army Veteran

Life In the Army Brandon Helm, Client Relations Director for Epic Ft. Worth, served in the United States Army from 1998 to 2003. Attending Basic Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, Brandon then went on to Fort Lee, Virginia for Quartermaster School. Brandon also trained at Fort Benning, Georgia for Airborne School and Fort Campbell, Kentucky for Air Assault School. His duty stations include 13 months at Camp Humphreys, Korea as part of the 52nd Aviation Unit and 3 years at Fort Hood. While at Fort Hood, Brandon was a part of the 4th Infantry Division and 1st Cavalry Division….Read More

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Celebrating Epic Veterans: Raymond Beckley

November 6, 2015

Celebrating Epic Veterans: Raymond Beckley

Introducing: Raymond Beckley Raymond Beckley, HMCM/USN (Ret), Director of Operations for Epic Pediatric Therapy, is a man of many achievements. A graduate of the Navy’s Senior Enlisted Academy, Class 130 (Gold) and a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Touro University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Administration, Raymond’s training and education are unmatched. In the Navy In May 2007, Raymond received the Navy Instructor certification upon completion of the Senior Leadership and Management Development program. He then became a staff instructor for the Independent Duty Corpsmen Program in San Diego, California. As an instructor, Ray was selected for…Read More

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Celebrating Epic Veterans: Leanna Kinney

November 5, 2015

Celebrating Epic Veterans

Hello! I’m Leanna Kinney, Vice President of Epic Health Services Nursing in Texas, and this is my story. How it all began. Since childhood, I knew I wanted to be a nurse when I grew up. I’m sure there were other careers along the way, but becoming nurse is the only career dream I remember. During my junior year of high school I met a Navy recruiter and the wheels started turning. Senior year came along and a Navy recruiter directed me to the Hospital Corpsman as a way to get my foot in the door to the medical field….Read More

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Celebrating Epic Veterans: Linda M. Morales

November 4, 2015

Celebrating Epic Veterans

Linda Morales, Therapy Director for Epic South Houston, served in the United States Air Force from 1993 to 2002. During her military tenure, Linda was promoted to Technical Sergeant, serving at various duty stations across the United States, a year in Korea and 2 years in Italy. She was deployed to Saudi Arabia in 1994 in support of Operation Southern Watch. She earned several awards during her service, including Airman of the Year for 2 of her units, several Air Force Commendation Medals, and a NATO service medal.  Before leaving the Air Force, Linda served as the Superintendent of the…Read More

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Join Us In Celebrating Our Veteran Employees

November 3, 2015

Epic Veteran Employment (EVE) program

Thank You From The Epic Family Epic Health Services is committed to the men and women who have selflessly served our great nation and we’d like you to join us in celebrating our 3,000 veteran employees. Starting today and continuing through Veterans Day, we will recognize several individuals that have gone above and beyond for the United States and for Epic. Calling All Veterans Are you a service member in the process of transitioning, currently in active duty, or retired? Epic is a place where you can be a part of an organization devoted to helping others, providing the best care…Read More

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