NIHD Dr. Nickoline Hathaway Retires After 35 Years of Patient Care

NIHD Dr. Nickoline Hathaway Retires After 35 Years of Patient Care

Photo by Barbara Laughon/Northern Inyo Healthcare District

Northern Inyo Healthcare District showed its appreciation to Dr. Nickoline Hathaway (center) as she retired from 35 years of patient care last Friday. NIHD Board of Directors Chair Robert Sharp presented Dr. Hathaway with a Certificate of Appreciation on behalf of the District. On hand for the presentation were, from left, NIHD’s Chief Medical Officer Joy Engblade, Chair Sharp, Dr. Hathaway, NIHD’s Interim Chief Executive Officer Kelli Davis and NIHD’s Board of Directors member Jean Turner. Dr. Hathaway will continue to lend her expertise to the District in other capacities, particularly the Cardiopulmonary Department reading electrocardiograms and stress tests, following a well-deserved vacation.

 

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2 Responses to NIHD Dr. Nickoline Hathaway Retires After 35 Years of Patient Care

  1. sugarmags May 10, 2021 at 9:39 am #

    A loss for our community, even though she certainly has earned it. The days of having the same doctor for 26 years are probably over. Not that long ago, if you called on the weekend, Dr. Hathaway sometimes answered the phone, no answering service!. I appreciated the time she gave each patient, her forthrightness, and common sense approach. I hope some of the new Doctors will try to emulate her.

     
  2. jclarkrn May 7, 2021 at 8:43 pm #

    Dr. Hathaway- Thank You! You have been and will always remain, among the Very Best of The Very Best; now and forever. Gracias.
    johneclark rn

     

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