Lunch and Learn
The First Friday program began in January 1995 as a community outreach project of Stillwater Medical. In September 2000, the Stillwater Medical Foundation began coordinating the program, seeking input from attendees on subjects they would like to see featured.
The programs are interactive, with presenters leaving time for questions from the audience. There is no cost to attend, but we do ask guests to register, so we have seats and refreshments for everyone in attendance.
Stillwater Public Library Auditorium, 1107 S Duck Street
Doors Open at 11:30
You are welcome to bring your lunch.
Complimentary beverage and a sweet treat are provided.
Blood pressure checks are provided
as a courtesy by Stillwater Medical Home Health.
Get tips for having honest and caring conversations about: deciding when to stop driving, going to the doctor, and making legal and financial plans.
Carla Scull is the Education Coordinator for the Oklahoma Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education from the University of Oklahoma. Mrs. Scull has been in the non-profit sector for more than 12 years. She has served as a special education teacher, senior companion supervisor, life enrichment director, and volunteer. She lives in Oklahoma City with her husband. They have two grown daughters and one granddaughter. She enjoys traveling, cooking, and gardening.
Denise Webber joined Stillwater Medical in May of 2003, and became President/CEO in 2016. She earned her Masters in Healthcare Administration from OSU and is a graduate of Leadership Stillwater.
It’s been over 43 years since the first patients were admitted to what was then Stillwater Municipal Hospital when the doors opened at its current location in January 1976.
Webber’s presentation will focus on recent and upcoming expansion of services at Stillwater Medical, and a look at the future of healthcare in north central Oklahoma.
Join us for MEDICARE: Answers You Need. Tamie Young will start the program by giving you the answers to the most sought-after questions about Medicare. Then she’ll open the floor to see what other items you want to understand better.
Tamie is an Assistant Administrator at Stillwater Medical Center. She is responsible for the revenue cycle processes and consolidated patient billing functions of SMC hospital and clinic services. Prior to joining SMC in 2009, Tamie enjoyed a successful consulting career assisting hospitals and clinics nation wide to implement improved business processes and realize the importance of providing patient focused business services to their communities. Tamie also served as Director of Patient Financial Services for over 10 years at facilities with Integris Health in Oklahoma.