top of page

We are excited to introduce our new full-time Speech Language Pathologist, Emily Williams, CF-SLP, who serves at Windsor Place Nursing and Rehab Center.


Emily obtained her Bachelor of Arts and Science in Spanish/Secondary Education from Mississippi State University and her Master of Arts in Spanish/Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Mississippi. In addition, she was a member of the Society of Scholars at MSU and a member of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society at Ole Miss. Emily is especially interested in helping patients with conditions associated with neurocognitive disorders, dysphagia, bilingualism, and stuttering.


Emily grew up in Tupelo, MS, and has lived in this area since kindergarten. She attends Church at Trace Crossing in Tupelo and loves studying the Bible and spending time with God and her church family. She also enjoys hiking, running, reading, cooking, and baking. Emily says, “Feel free to ask about my sourdough starters!” She is looking forward to meeting and getting to know everyone at Windsor Place.


We are thrilled to welcome Emily to our team at Windsor Place and confident that she will make significant contributions to our organization while positively impacting the lives of our patients in her new role.

8 views0 comments

We are happy to announce the hiring of our new, full-time Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, COTA. He serves at Mississippi State Hospital. Maurice has worked for Mid South as a PRN at the VA home in Kosciusko, and we are glad to have him transition to full-time at the hospital.


Maurice received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Mississippi and his Associate in Occupational Therapy Assistant Technology from Itawamba Community College.


Maurice is from Plantersville, MS, outside of Tupelo. He and his wife Whitney have been married for three years. He got interested in working in therapy while being a transporter at North Mississippi Medical Center. He went to pick up a patient for an MRI, and the patient was receiving occupational therapy. Seeing the rehabilitation caught his interest. Maurice and Whitney are members of New Vision Fellowship Church. He enjoys cooking, sports, movies, and dabbling in gardening.


We are excited to welcome Maurice to our team at Mississippi State Hospital. We are confident that he will make significant contributions to our organization while positively impacting the lives of our patients in his new position.

10 views0 comments

We are excited to announce our new full-time Physical Therapy Assistant, Chase Smith, PTA. He serves at Winston Medical Center.


Chase received his bachelor’s degree in biology from Millikin University and his associate degree as a Physical Therapy Assistant from the University of Indianapolis.


Chase is from Indiana and is newly married to Natalie. While attending Millikin University, he played college basketball.


We are thrilled to have Chase as a partner and look forward to many opportunities for him to further his education and specialize in certification and training. We look forward to his progress and know he brings tremendous value to our company and our patients at Winston Medical Center.

68 views0 comments
bottom of page