Staff Spotlight: Jody Crabtree

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Jody CrabtreeName: Jody Crabtree

Position: Program Coordinator

Division in CFM: Family Medicine

Time in this position: Duke Family Medicine for nine years; working with residency program since Jan. 1, 2014

Years at Duke: 20

What I do at work: Assist Dr. Sharon Hull with projects and help with day-to-day tasks for the residency program; organizing and assisting with financial information and staffing new committees for practice redesign and consolidating meetings for time efficiency; organizing applications and setting up interviews for the Sports Medicine Fellowship with Dr. Tracy Ray at Duke Sports Medicine.

What I love about my job: My co-workers. They are great to work with because they are always willing to stop what they are doing to help me or anyone else that needs help.

My first job: First job ever: cashier at grocery store in high school; First job at Duke: switchboard operator in Medical PDC

My dream job: Retirement before I am too old!

What I like to do for fun: Spend time with my family.

Something my co-workers probably don’t know about me: Unfortunately, they know everything!

Favorite musician, movie, TV show, or book: Luke Bryan, Steel Magnolias, “The Big Bang Theory”

Last book I read: Something free on my Kindle.

What Jody’s nominator said about her

I have known Jody personally and professionally. She has worked in various roles at Duke.  When she came to CFM, she spent hours getting files updated, program packets correct, and student schedules and grades input into various systems. Without her support in the FM Residency there would be  a large hole.  She does not back down to a challenge. Jody is an amazing person and deserves to be recognized.

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