Lori Harris is a Registered Nurse and the Ansbach Army Health Clinic telehealth nurse. She hails from Belding, Michigan, and has been a nurse for 10 years. She previously served in the U.S. Army, but this is her first nursing position serving a military community.
Kristina Hontanosas, is a Registered Nurse, and new to the Ansbach Army Health Clinic and military health community. She hails from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and has been a nurse for 10 years.
Noella Bayo, a licensed practical nurse at the Ansbach Army Health Clinic is from Brooklyn, New York. She has been a nurse for 13 years, and previously served in the military as a crane operator. “But, it was always my dream as a kid [to be a nurse], I volunteered for Red Cross as a kid.”
Ingrid Villela, a licensed practical nurse, hails from El Paso, Texas. She has been a nurse for 6 years and said nursing is more than just “putting wounds together,” … she enjoys helping people.
Ronda Johnson, a New Iberia, Louisiana, native has been a licensed practical nurse for 27 years. Her career in the medical field began with the U.S. Army National Guard as a medic. “I wanted to be a journalist, that was my life’s dream … but once I got into it, and stuck my first IV and got it, I was hooked.”
Lt. Col. Randy Viray, Ansbach Army Health Clinic chief nurse, has served in the U.S. Army for 17 years. The Tacoma, Washington native comes from a long line of service members. He joined the Army as a nurse, and always knew he wanted to go into the medical field.
Amber Amodt, is a Registered Nurse and the Ansbach Army Health Clinic. She has been a nurse for almost 7 years and hails from Canton, Ohio.
Lori Drake is the Ansbach Army Health Clinic nurse case manager and has been a nurse since 1994. The Central Square, New York native earned her Licensed Practical Nurse certificate while serving in the U.S. Army Reserves and then went on to become a Registered Nurse.
Claudia Aikens, a Licensed Practical Nurse at the Ansbach Army Health Clinic, also happens to be a Registered Nurse. She has been a nurse for more than 20 years, and began working for the military in 2009.
Cpt. Svetlana Connor, Ansbach Army Health Clinic clinical nurse officer-in-charge, has served in the U.S. Army for 12 years, and has been a nurse for seven years.