Recently at Baptist Union City, Agnes Huff, LPN, in the hospital’s behavioral health department, was recognized for 50 years of service. She is the longest-serving nurse in the hospital’s history.
Huff began working for the hospital on Nov. 1, 1963, when the hospital was Obion County General Hospital. She was the first nurse to work in the critical care unit when it opened, and she still remembers the name of the very first patient served in the CCU.
“It’s amazing to consider the number of patients and families for whom Mrs. Agnes has cared. Baptist Union City has been blessed to have her on our team for 50 years,” said Skipper Bondurant, administrator and CEO.
“It’s a privilege to know and work closely with Mrs. Agnes. Her devotion to God, her family, and her work is inspiring to everyone at Baptist Union City,” said Mike Hoffman, director of behavioral health.