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Former Erwinite receives promotion

LHC Group, a national provider of home health and hospice services, has promoted Amy Stevens to vice president. Amy Stevens, a native of Jonesborough, and formerly of Erwin, has been promoted to LHC's vice president of marketing and communications.

Stevens plans and directs the company's strategic communications initiatives in Lafayette, La.
Stevens joined LHC Group in January of 2011 as director of marketing and communications. Previously she was employed by Kingsport-based Wellmont Health System as director of marketing and communication. She earned her bachelor's degree in communication from East Tennessee State University. She received a master's degree in organizational management from Tusculum College and a master's degree in business administration from King College. She was inducted
into ETSU's Communications Department Hall of Fame in 2009.

Stevens is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development. She received numerous awards while employed at Wellmont Health
System and was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2011. She has been married for nearly 17 years to Mark Stevens, the former publisher of The Erwin Record. The couple make frequent visits “back home” to Northeast Tennessee. She is the daughter of Joe and Helen Dickeson of Jonesborough
and the granddaughter of Lee and “Cotton” Cooper of Jonesborough.