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Haywood expands Gastroenterology services with Morgan, Steele

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Haywood Regional Medical Center welcomes Amanda Morgan, MSN, NP, and Andy Steele, MSN, AGACNP-BC, who have joined its staff and will be offering gastroenterology services to patients throughout Western North Carolina. Specialties include gastrointestinal disorders, constipation and diarrhea, liver disease, pancreatitis and more.

Amanda Morgan, MSN, NP, received her Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She’s happy to move back home and serve the patients here in Haywood County.

“As a native of Western North Carolina, I look forward to bringing my compassion and understanding to a community that is meaningful to me and that I call home,” Morgan said. 

Andy M. Steele, MSN, AGACNP-BC, received his Master of Science in Nursing, specializing as an Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He, too, looks forward to contributing to the “great healthcare available in Haywood County.” He continued, “I’m excited to be a part of this community and provide care close to home.”

“We are thrilled to add to our gastroenterology team at Haywood,” said gastroenterologist and Chief of Staff Filiberto Colon, MD.  “Many people have GI issues, and our new team members will help us meet our region’s evolving healthcare needs and make our community healthier.”  

Morgan and Steele are now accepting patients at their offices at Mountain Medical Associates. Appointments may be made by calling 828-452-0331.

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