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Nagel relocates satellite clinic, elects new director

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The Arthur Nagel Community Clinic will relocate their Lakehills and Pipe Creek satellite clinic to the Western Heritage Cowboy Church beginning Monday, January 17, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at 7146 FM 1283 in Pipe Creek.

The satellite clinic will serve qualifying residents in the area on the first and second Mondays of each month.

“We expect to provide health care for more of our current and prospective patients at a location that is central and accessible to the adjoining communities of Lakehills, Pipe Creek and Bandera Falls,” said Clinical Director Susan Broa. “Western Heritage Cowboy Church is generously donating space to us and we could not be more grateful. All appointments should be made by calling the main Clinic in Bandera.”

In other Nagel news, Aleta Lloyd, R.N., has been elected to the Nagel Clinic Board of Directors.

Ms. Lloyd has been a Registered Nurse for more than 25 years, serving with cardiac intensive care, interventional radiology, and post-anesthesia care. She also served in various preceptor roles and committees, including the Nursing Peer Review Committee.

She left the hospital setting in 2015 to become a nurse with Alamo Hospice, caring for the terminally ill and their families.

“Our governance committee made a strong recommendation toward adding Aleta Lloyd to our group,” said Board President Barbara Shepard. “Welcoming a second R.N. to the Board is significant for the Nagel Clinic because we continue to face challenges with the ongoing pandemic. Aleta brings with her a wealth of patient care and medical administrative experience. With a new strategic plan in place and a Board absolutely dedicated to meeting those goals, I couldn’t be more excited about the future.”

A native of southwest Texas, Ms. Lloyd holds degrees from Covenant School of Nursing and Texas Tech University. She and her husband Mike lived in Colorado before moving to the Amarillo area. In 2006, they moved with their young daughters to Bandera.

The Lloyd family are members of St. Stanislaus Catholic Church and have been involved with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul and Triple H Equitherapy.