King's Daughters welcomes family nurse practitioner Timothy Huff to
its Family Care Center in Olive Hill. He joins fellow nurse practitioners
Melissa Leuenberger, Maryann Mosby and Leslie Slone at the practice.
Huff earned two Master of Science degrees — in Nursing and in Leadership
and Management from Walden University, Minneapolis, Minn. He is board
certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
“I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to provide healthcare
for the people of Olive Hill,” said Huff. “I know this area;
people here are so gracious. It’s a great environment, and I’m
also excited to be working with this amazing team.”
Huff began his career at King’s Daughters 16 years ago as an emergency
medical technician (EMT). “I met my wife Anita at King’s Daughters.
We actually started working there on the same day in October 1998. She’s
a wound care nurse at the medical center,” he said. He credits the
support of his supervisor and King’s Daughters leadership with his
ability to advance his education and enhance his skills in patient care.
“They’ve all been very encouraging to me as I completed my
degrees. I couldn’t have done it without them.”
Huff, his wife and two sons, 9-year-old Leland and 7-year-old Clark, live
in Boyd County. He welcomes new patients to the practice located at 391
W. Tom T. Hall Blvd., Olive Hill. To make an appointment, please call