Medical Assistant to Dr. Dahlgren
Kimberly Smith graduated from Lynchburg College in 2007 with a BS in Athletic Training. She has worked as an athletic trainer for high schools in Tempe, Arizona and Columbia, Maryland. She is currently the medical assistant to Dr. Dahlgren.
My name is Meaghan Henson, I’m currently working full time as a medical assistant and secretary for Dr. Dahlgren. I recently graduated from VCU with a degree in sociology and now looking forward to moving more into the medical field. I am currently enrolled full time in J Sargeant Reynolds in nursing. I love working with all the athletes, kids, and adults that come in our office. I especially love working in the sports medicine field with Dr. Dahlgren.
I have learned so much while working here and I enjoy it a great deal. Dr. Dahlgren is a very intelligent, fun, energetic, laid back doctor that I look up to in more ways than one. I also have a four year old daughter that I’m training to be into sports and in the medical field as well.
Lynn Hamner, LPN
Medical Assistant to Thorp J. Davis, M.D.
I attended St. Mary’s School of Practical Nursing. I am currently working toward a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Sciences with a concentration in Healthcare Administration.
I have a 21 year old son, Ryan Taylor who works full time and recently completed Fire Training and a 16 year old son, Austin Taylor who hopes to attend the U.S. Naval Academy after graduation.
Phyllis R. Whitlow
I was born in a small SW Virginia town and graduated from Pocahontas High School in 1961.
I went to work for the local “town doctor”, Herbert Porter, M. D. in September of that year and remained there for 6 years. My position at that time consisted of receptionist duties, secretarial duties, occasionally assisting the doctor and his nurse, and even going on “house calls” with Dr. Porter.
I married in April of 1967 and accepted a secretarial position with Richmond Orthopaedic Clinic, working for a great gentleman, Dr. William M. Deyerle for 28 years. Upon his retirement, and the merge with then West End Orthopaedic Clinic and now Ortho Virginia West End Orthopaedic Clinic, I accepted the secretarial position with Dr. Howard Stern and worked for him for 3 years. When he left the Clinic I accepted the secretarial position for Dr. David Urquia, an excellent spine surgeon and remained with him for 13 years, until his relocation to Maine. I then accepted the secretarial position with Dr. Thorp Davis, a great sports medicine physician and have been with him for 2 and l/2 years.
I am a recent graduate from East Carolina University with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Physiology. I enjoy playing all sports, but I grew up swimming, diving, and playing ultimate Frisbee. I plan to continue my career with the study of medicine and a focus on helping athletes get back in the game.