I am married to a wonderful man Mitchell, and we have two boys, Carson and Hudson, that keep us running! I started volunteering at Heal the City when the doors opened and have now become part of the amazing staff. God commands us to serve, and I am honored to be a part of Jesus moving every week in our own community.
1 Peter 4:10
My husband, Jonathan, and I have a beautiful family together. We have five kids, three dogs, and a cat. My journey to HTC has been 20 years in the making. I am in constant awe of how God uses my life as a testament to his grace and redemptive abilities. My life has been transformed by HTC, and I am blessed to be a part of the incredible staff.
The Lord will fight for you; you only need be still. Exodus 14:14
I have been married ten years to a great man and we have two amazing children. I graduated from Amarillo College with my Associate's degree in Nursing. I have been with Heal the City since opening and can honestly say there is no place I would rather be.
Shalom Nurse Practitioner
I am a wife to an amazing husband, Jerry, and a mom to three children. I have been a nurse for 19 years and a nurse practitioner for 13. As a provider at Heal The City, I have the opportunity to share God’s love and hope as I partner with our patients, and their families, in their health journeys by offering them treatment, guidance, teaching, prayer, encouragement, and celebration. The adversities, circumstances and battles that our patients have overcome, or are trying to overcome, are a blessing and inspiration to me daily.
Shalom Nurse Practitioner
Trusting and having faith in God has led to me to do His will. I’ve grown up in the Amarillo/Canyon area all my life. Graduated from Canyon High in 2006. Received my associates degree in nursing 2013 at Amarillo College and then pursued my bachelors and my masters at WTAMU. I am a mother to my baby, Noah. He keeps me active and entertained with his sports activities. I worked in oncology for 6 years prior to becoming a NP. I am excited to take on this new role and continue to trust His will.
Proverbs 3: 5-6
Shalom Nurse Practitioner
I began my journey at Heal the City as a volunteer a few years ago. I have been a nurse for 15 years and recently completed a Master’s degree in Nursing through WT A&M University. I am now honored to serve as a Family Nurse Practitioner at HTC and work among an amazing group of people who are focused on being God’s hands and feet, offering His love and hope to bring positive change in our community.
Patient Care Director
I graduated from West Texas A&M University with a Master of Science in Social Work. Having my degree has provided me with the opportunity to meet and help people in the Texas Panhandle and has made me aware of the importance of having adequate medical care. Heal the City is doing amazing things for our community becoming part of this great organization is such a great honor.
Pharmacist in Charge
I have been blessed to be born and raised in the wonderful city of Amarillo. I went to school and church here as well as met and married my wonderful husband Ricky here. Now I am part of a great ministry in which I can serve my community as a pharmacist. I am so thankful to be a part of Heal the City and to be given the opportunity to make a difference in people's lives.
I am married to my best friend of almost 21 years, Brandon (April) and mother of two wonderful girls. After working as a dental hygienist in a private practice for 18 years, I was offered the gift to head up the dental clinic at Heal The City. On my days off, I enjoy playing tennis, volleyball, and watching the Duke Blue Devil basketball team. I also volunteer in other areas in our great community.
Medical Laboratory Technician ASCP
I am a mother of four incredible children and a part-time student pursuing a bachelor’s degree as a Medical Laboratory Scientist through the University of Cincinnati. There is a huge desire to love on and heal our patients at HTC, and it is my honor and privilege to be a part of this ministry showing God’s love through servanthood.
I have been a pharmacy tech for 8 years. I’ve worked at various pharmacies over the years from retail to compounding. I am now proud and blessed to be part of the Heal the City family and all the good they do for our community. I quickly accommodated to this clinic and fell in love with the presence of God you feel walking in the doors, the positivity, the kindness and the love.
I started at Heal the City as a Spanish translator, but being at this clinic week after week has inspiried me to attend nursing school. Heal the City has brought a multitude of blessings to my life, all of which have steered me in a more positive direction overall.
GRACIE THORP, MBA
It has always been a dream of mine to make an impact in others lives. Even though I may do so more indirectly and behind the scenes, I am humbled to work along side our incredible staff and witness the changes that happen here. I am a lifelong native of Amarillo, TX and I’m proud to call it home. I am a wife and mother to a sweet 3 year old boy and when I’m not working you’ll find me playing along side him, probably in the dirt.
I arrived to Heal the City as a volunteer in 2017. I fell in love with the belief of Humanism and fell in love with the presence of God as soon as you walked through Heal the City’s doors. To serve the community of the panhandle and surrounding areas with dignity and respect is a tremendous privilege and blessing. I graduated from PDHS, and AACAL with a specialty in health science and am currently also a full time student with the ultimate goal of obtaining a masters degree. It is humbling and gratifying to touch patients lives each and every day while staying true to our mission.
I am the wife to an amazing rancher. We live to serve not to be served Mark 10:45. I arrived to HTC on July 2018, I previously worked at Arrow Child and Family Ministrys and Amarillo Children's Home serving little ones in need of love and compassion and someone to trust. It is a privilege to now work and serve for such an amazing ministry feeling God’s presence at every angle.
I graduated from Caprock High School in 2010. I attended Amarillo College and Vista College. I worked for a Neurologist for two years, and found out about Heal the City and the amazing work they do for their patients. I am now a CMA at Heal the City, and I can say with great pride and joy the love and respect that I have for my job and every single one of our patients.
2 Corinthians 9:8 God is good all the time. All the time God is good.
Patient Care Coordinator
I graduated from Palo Duro High School in 2016. I decided to pursue the medical field, and I started by getting my CMA. I worked at urgent care for a year, and I now have the opportunity to work with the amazing team at HTC. I'm excited about the opportunity to provide our community with excellent service and healthcare.
“And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.’”
I am a father of 3 sons and a daughter. My wife and I have been married for 18 years this April. I am from Massachusetts and I’m a fan of the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins. I have been in ministry for more than 25 years most of those in ministry to youth and their families. I love to play ultimate frisbee, disc golf and guitar and I love to watch my kids play sports. We love Amarillo, but miss the trees and the ocean.
I am excited for this new chapter as chaplain to the patients and staff here at Heal the City.
I am the community and outreach pastor for VIDA church here in Amarillo. My two goals in life are to Love God and to love all of his people. I am excited to be serving as a Chaplain here at Heal the City.
I graduated from WTAMU in 2005 with a Bachelors degree in Science and Nursing. I am married and have 2 beautiful daughters!!! I have been part of Heal the city since we first opened!!! I believe god is truly doing something great, and I am so blessed to be part of it!!!
I am the vision coordinator. I help those who need eye exams and glasses. I started volunteering as a translator back In August of 2018, and I have now become part of the amazing staff at Heal the City.
I am a Texas Tech grad, CPA, wife, and mother to three beautiful girls and I am proud to call Amarillo "home." I love being a member of the Heal the City family because nothing brings me more joy than to help put a smile on someone's face, even if it is done indirectly through working behind the scenes in the accounting office.
I have been a Social Worker for 24 years. Heal the City has given me a new look on life and a new passion for serving. I am so happy to be a part of such a great place!!!
I am from Hereford, TX and I graduated from WT with my degree in Biology. I first discovered Heal the City while I was in college- my roommate and I would translate on Monday nights back when the clinic was in the gym. Fast-forward about 2 years later, after graduation,I started working here at Heal the City as a VISTA. Through the years, I have seen the incredible transformation of our clinic but the love and care for the patients that walk to the door has never changed. I am so happy and proud to be a part of this amazing family.
Licensed Professional Counselor
I have been a licensed professional counselor for almost 13 years and truly believe it is God's calling on my life. I am married and have two beautiful children. I have only recently become part of Heal the City, but I am truly thankful to be part of this organization.
"See, I have already begun! Do you not see it? I will make a pathway through the wilderness. I will create rivers in the dry wasteland." Isaiah 43:19
Clinic Vocational Nurse
I am a wife and mother to three amazing children, two boys and one girl, who surely keep me busy. I just recently graduated from Amarillo College in May 2019 as a Vocational Nurse, and plan own pursuing my Associates degree in the future. I feel very blessed to be a part of Heal the City clinic and to be able to make a difference in our patients lives and impact the in a positive way
TPC Licensed Professional Counselor
I was born and raised in Amarillo and met the wonderful man who swept me off my feet, Anthony, and we are blessed to raise our little family here, too. I received my Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from WTAMU and my Master’s of Art in Professional Counseling from LETU. I am trained in cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. My hobbies include reading mystery novels, spending time outdoors, painting, watching movies and spending as much time as humanly possible snuggling a fast growing little kiddo.
Patient Care Coordinator
I am a wife and a mother of two amazing children. Before joining the amazing team at Heal the City I served as a Victim Advocate for about 6 years. I have my associate's degree in social work. I am so blessed to be apart of Heal the City it’s an amazing program.
I have been volunteering as a nutrition educator for Heal the City since 2018, and I love teaching patients about nutrition. I currently work at Northwest Texas Healthcare System providing outpatient nutrition counseling. My past work experience has been working in food pantries and researching ways to improve the nutritional quality of food banks and food pantries across the US and in Oklahoma. My wonderful husband, Corey, is a youth pastor at a local church and I volunteer with him most evenings.
I am a recent graduate from Baylor University and am coming to Amarillo all the way from Williamsburg, Virginia. Growing up with an older brother who has special needs has given me a calling to serve others in the healthcare field. I am excited to be able to combine my love for God and my calling to work in healthcare here at Heal the City.
I am a recent graduate from Texas Tech University and I have the privilege of serving as a VISTA at Heal the City. I have a degree in Human Development and Family Studies and am hoping to become a physician one day. The amount of joy, compassion, and faithfulness is overwhelming and all-consuming in this place. I am so excited to see how the Lord will use me for his work during this next year.
1 Corinthians 15:58
My name is Maren Brady, and I am a recent graduate of Baylor University. I am excited to serve at Heal the City and learn from individuals who are deeply invested in providing quality healthcare to patients that upholds their dignity first and foremost!
I chose to work at Heal the City because of its commitment to serving both the spiritual and medical needs of others. I am excited to work alongside this awesome group of people and learn as much as possible from both patients and staff.