From left are Dana Davis, manager of Women’s Services at Johnston Health Clayton; Lisa Astudillo, the new mother; Paige Sherrod, a patient registrar for Johnston Health; Craig Olive, registrar of deeds; Amy S. Zieverink, supervisor of vital records in the Register of Deeds Office; and Pamella Pflaum, director of health information management at Johnston Health.
From left are Dana Davis, manager of Women’s Services at Johnston Health Clayton; Lisa Astudillo, the new mother; Paige Sherrod, a patient registrar for Johnston Health; Craig Olive, registrar of deeds; Amy S. Zieverink, supervisor of vital records in the Register of Deeds Office; and Pamella Pflaum, director of health information management at Johnston Health. JOHNSTON HEALTH
From left are Dana Davis, manager of Women’s Services at Johnston Health Clayton; Lisa Astudillo, the new mother; Paige Sherrod, a patient registrar for Johnston Health; Craig Olive, registrar of deeds; Amy S. Zieverink, supervisor of vital records in the Register of Deeds Office; and Pamella Pflaum, director of health information management at Johnston Health. JOHNSTON HEALTH

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