Christopher Huckle, DO
Physician of the Month
Dr. Christopher Huckle is a board-certified family and sports medicine physician who specializes in concussion management, as well as shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot injuries. He is specially-trained in ultrasound-guided injections and alternative treatments such as biologic injections. Before coming to Northeast Georgia Health System, Dr. Huckle practiced medicine at Campbell University in North Carolina, where he was responsible for over 500 Division-1 athletes.
Dr. Huckle always shows up with a positive attitude and ready to start the day. His patients see that attitude and appreciate it, as they always want to come back and see him time and time again. He is attentive to his patient’s needs and makes sure they know he has their best interest in mind – patients always feel like they have hope for a positive outcome. It doesn’t’ stop with patients, though. Dr. Huckle treats each and every staff member with respect and is always willing to teach or help those who need it. He’s patient and makes sure everyone he comes in contact with knows they play an important role in patients’ lives.
Kyle Gibson, AGACNP
Advanced Practice Provider of the Month
Kyle is a provider with Northeast Georgia Physicians Group specializing in Trauma Surgery. Kyle obtained his clinical education from Emory University – Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing and is a board-certified Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner.
In his work with the trauma team, Kyle has helped to advance the quality and efficiency of all the work the team does. He’s always looking for ways to improve and make things better – and Northeast Georgia Medical Center’s Level 1 Trauma Certification is evidence of that – and all the other work his team does. He leads by example and is dedicated to his work, going above and beyond to make sure the annual Trauma Symposium is a success every year.
Employee of the Month
Dan works in Patient Centered Care Management, a department committed to improving the health of the community by identifying and engaging patients who are at increased risk for health complications. He’s taken on many challenges in his new role as manager, but he’s taken each one in stride and proved to be a great leader. He leads his team well, and always takes initiative. He coaches when it’s needed, but always trusts his staff to do what needs to be done. He’s honest, professional and accountable.