Horizon Health Providers Increase Access to Services

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Horizon Health Providers Increase Access to Services

Two Horizon Health employees have taken on new roles as healthcare providers, which will increase patient access to pain management and orthopedic services.

Both of these healthcare professionals are life-long area residents who have spent their entire careers at Horizon Health.

Kristin Mooneyham, APRN, FNP

Kristin is a board certified nurse practitioner in the Horizon Health Pain Management Clinic. In her new role, Kristin supports the practice of Adam Schneider, certified registered nurse anesthetist, who provides a variety of pain management services. They see patients at Paris Community Hospital and at Horizon Health’s Marshall Specialty Clinic.

“I’ve worked with Adam in surgery my entire career,” Kristin said. “I know this will be a great transition into a new role.”

Kristin began her career at Horizon Health in 2012 as a medical/surgical nurse. She also worked as a perioperative nurse in the surgery department. Kristin has a master’s degree in nursing from Indiana State University and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from MacMurray College.

In her free time, Kristin enjoys reading and camping. She and her husband, Daniel, live in Paris with their two children.

Judah Donaldson, APRN, FNP

Judah is a board certified family nurse practitioner who provides care for patients with orthopedic and spine conditions. He supports the practice of Dr. Harish Kempegowda, orthopedic and spine surgeon. They see patients at Horizon Health’s Paris Clinic and Terre Haute Specialty Clinic.

“I wanted to expand my knowledge base and get back into patient care from a provider perspective,” Judah said. “I missed the close contact with patients and wanted to continue to serve the needs of our rural communities.”

Judah has been employed at Horizon Health as a registered nurse since 2015. He was promoted to management in 2018. He most recently served as Director of Home Healthcare/Infusion Therapy Services, overseeing multiple clinical service lines.

Judah has a master’s degree in nursing from Indiana Wesleyan University and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Chamberlain College of Nursing. He has a master of business administration degree from Capella University.

In his free time, Judah enjoys hunting, mountain climbing, hiking, and running. He and his wife, Whitney, live in Marshall and have three children: Tucker, Elsie, and Aspen.