Pinnacle of Southaven and The Goldton of Southaven
Please join us in welcoming three full-time therapists at two of our facilities in North Mississippi!
Laura Delbridge, PTA a current resident of the area went to high school at Wooddale in Memphis. Laura earned her Associate degree as a Physical Therapy Assistant from Southwest Community College in Summit, MS. Laura has been a PTA for 9 years and has experience in a variety of healthcare settings, and takes a special interest in working with geriatric patients. Laura and her husband have one child. When she is not helping patients recover, Laura enjoys camping, hiking, and paddleboarding.
Marilyn Tidwell, SLP has an impressive, well-rounded background in her field, beginning with a solid education foundation from Delta State University in Cleveland, MS, where she received her bachelor’s degree in Audiology and Speech Pathology. In 2010, she was inducted into the Delta State University Sports Hall of Fame for her four years of swimming during her undergraduate years. She received her Master’s in Communication Disorders from Louisianna Tech University in Ruston, LA.
In addition, Marilyn is AAC, Vital Stim certified, and has won several awards from ASHA. Marilyn and her husband, a Lieutenant for the Horn Lake Fire Department, have a 13-year-old son. When she is not helping patients recover, Marilyn enjoys swimming, scuba diving, attending Ole Miss Sporting events, watching her son play sports, traveling, and spending time with her three dogs. We are so honored to announce the hire of such an accomplished therapist to care for and grow the speech therapy services at The Pinnacle of Southaven and The Goldton of Southaven.
Kimberly Stewart, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant and Assistant Director of Rehab, will be serving at Pinnacle of Southaven as well as The Goldton of Southaven. Kimberly received her Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS) as an Occupational Therapy Assistant at Allegany College of Maryland and is PAMS certified. We know she is prepared to take on the occupational therapy needs of these communities, and we cannot wait to see her patients’ recovery journeys.