Meet The Team
Ally is a mom of two and you can find her at the park or the pool with her kiddos in her free time!
Her favorite TV show: The Office
Her favorite food: Breakfast food
A fun fact about her: She loves arts and crafts!
Her favorite thing about her job: “the people I get to work with every single day! We are all so positive and determined to improve the health of our community.”
Kim is a native of NC who loves the ocean, camping, reading, crosswords, puzzles, and spending time with her family (including her 2 rescue pups)!
Favorite TV show: Schitts Creek
Favorite Food: French Fries
Fun Fact: Kim recently sailed the Nile and rode a camel!!
Why Kim loves working at OHC: “I love working with our team and working every day to help our community feel it’s best! Working at OHC is perfect for me because I love to help others.”
Rosanna is a Winston-Salem native and moved to Clemmons after she married her high school sweetheart in 2020!
Favorite TV show: The Office
Favorite food: Ice Cream (dairy free though)
Fun Fact: Rosanna has her black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Favorite part of working at OHC: “My favorite part of working at OHC is the friendships I have made with our team and getting to watch people’s health and life change in front of our eyes!”
Missy is our insurance queen and works remotely! She describes herself as a fumbling, but gratefully redeemed Jesus follower, blessed wife of an imminently capable and most faithful and nurturing man, and honored mother of two grown children with whom I thoroughly enjoy conversing and learning through their eyes.
Favorite food: Peanut butter-made even better when chocolate is added.
Favorite TV show: Currently, This is Us. Of all time, the old MacGyver series.
Fun fact: She went kayaking for the first time this year and she likes it!
Favorite part of working at OHC: “Getting to know the staff and the patients and knowing that I get to be a small part of helping to set people free from the personal “prisons” pain can keep them in, without simply exchanging their old prison for the new one that pain medication can sometimes bring.”