COVID 19 RESPONSE: OLE TOWN MED ADDED CARSIDE MEDICAL SERVICE AND TELEHEALTH
Ole Town Med is a medical clinic dedicated to providing outstanding services. This is made possible by a caring, highly skilled staff of experienced healthcare professionals in Oxford, Mississippi.
Laura Lindsey Hill is a Family Nurse Practitioner born and raised in Oxford, MS. She has one child, Kaylee, who has been her inspiration and motivation throughout her life, and two dogs. Outside of her deep desire to make positive changes in others lives, her hobbies include art, music, creativity, reading, movies and browsing Pinterest!
After practicing as an RN in Oxford, MS for more than 10 years, she saw the need for patients to receive a more individualized approach to their health care and the need for more thorough patient education. With this as her goal, she went back to school to receive her Masters Degree in Nursing from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in December of 2012 and then her certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner in the beginning of 2013.
She is very passionate and personal in her role as a Family Nurse Practitioner and strives to deliver the best care possible to meet each patient's physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs. To gain a multitude of resources, develop a strong business and medical practice foundation and strong relationships with other great healthcare providers, she has spent her career working in a variety of family practices, urgent cares and specialties across North Mississippi.
With the support of her father, Glenn Lindsey Hill (owner of Lindsey’s Chevron), her mother, Angela Hill, RN (owner of Oak Hill Health Services) and a few good ol’ Oxford boys, she was able to use the knowledge she gained to develop her own practice, Ole Town Med in Oxford, MS.
As creator and President of Ole Town Med, Laura has handpicked some of the best staff to aid in her mission. Come see the Ole Town Med difference!
Angela Hill is a Registered Nurse born and raised in Oxford, MS. She is the daughter of John and Bettye Stewart. She graduated from Lafayette High School, and she received her Associates Degree in Nursing from Northwest Mississippi Community College. She was licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in 1991. She married Lindsey Hill and they have three children, Laura Hill, Tyler Hill and Collin Hill. She has one grandchild, Kaylee Carpenter.
Angela Hill’s nursing career has consisted of 27 years with Baptist North Mississippi. At Baptist Memorial Hospital here in Oxford, MS, she served as a staff nurse on the pediatric, orthopedic, and medical-surgical floor, provided patient education, assisted with the initialization of the Wound and Ostomy program, and conducted the Diabetic Support Group classes. She, then, began working in Baptist Home Health and Hospice NM taking care of her patient’s in their homes. Finally, she became the coordinator of homecare for Baptist Home Health and Hospice where she transitioned patients from the hospital to their homes and set up palliative care for hospice patients. She currently holds a part-time position with Baptist Memorial Hospital as a palliative care nurse.
In May of 2018, she resigned her full-time position for the pursuit of a new venture in family and urgent care because their daughter, Laura, had a dream of opening a family owned and operated medical clinic. Because of their diverse nursing backgrounds, they hold the necessary skills and knowledge to provide exceptional care.
Lindsey Akins was born and raised in Oxford, MS. She is the daughter of Gilbert and June Prater. She is married to Richard Akins, and they have four children, Sara Kate, Stella, Madison, and Wyatt Akins.
She graduated from Oxford High School in 2000. She received her nursing degree from Northwest Mississippi Community College in August of 2005. She began her career as an agency nurse and has since worked for a variety of family, pediatric and urgent care medical clinics across North Mississippi for the past 13 years.
Lindsey is very caring and compassionate. She has worked with Laura in a variety of healthcare settings for the past 5 years and shares her mission to provide the best care possible to all her patients.
Amy Flowers is a nurse who was born on the Naval Base in San Diego, CA. She has lived in multiple states following her father who is now a retired Aeronautical Engineer for the U.S. Navy and American Airlines, while her mother, Margie Adams, has been her inspiration and motivation to pursue her career in healthcare.
Amy married Michael Flowers, her high school sweetheart, from Clarksdale, MS in 1994. They have three children, Megan, Morgan and Jake and four grandchildren, Jacob, Mason, Logan, and Ava Brooke. Her hobbies include hunting, photography, cooking, and spending time with her family.
Amy graduated from Itawamba Community College as a nurse in 2008. She has spent her career working in various medical clinics including family practices, urgent cares and specialty clinics such as urology. She is currently working towards her family nurse practitioner licensure.
Amy is a very dedicated, compassionate, caring nurse who has worked with Laura in various healthcare settings over the past five years and shares her mission to make a positive difference in her patients’ lives.
Jessica Jones was born and raised in Oxford, MS to Cindy and Ken Potts. She graduated from Lafayette High School in 2005. She soon began college pursuing a career in Elementary Education. After her great grandmother went through a great deal of health problems and was placed on home health, she soon realized her true calling was nursing. She graduated the Licensed Practical Nursing, Expanded Role program from Northwest Mississippi Community College in 2011. She began her career as a geriatrics nurse. She has since gained experience in family and urgent care, gastroenterology, and OB/GYN. She is IV, X-Ray, and TB skin test certified. Jessica has two children, Hadley-Grace and Braylen. She has a true passion for caring for and helping others, and is very caring and compassionate.