Meet The Staff
Southeastern Oral-Maxillofacial & Facial Cosmetic Surgery Center, P.C. employs over twenty staff members dedicated to delivering the highest quality healthcare to you and your family. Our commitment is to provide you with access to the most advanced surgical techniques available in a warm, caring and compassionate environment.
Our surgical staff consists of certified assistants through the American Association of Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery, certified medical assistants and medical assistants.
All clinical staff is BCLS certified and attend workshops/seminars regularly to stay up-to-date on the latest techniques utilized in the oral-maxillofacial surgery specialty.
Our practice employs a full time Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist for our Dothan location. Mr. Jimmy Kennedy has over thirty years experience as a Nurse Anesthetist graduating from the Southeast Alabama Medical Center Manley Cummins School of Anesthesia in 1975.
In addition, our practice employs a part time Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist for our Enterprise location. Mr. Tim Woodall also has over 30 years of experience as a Nurse Anesthetist graduating from the Southeast Alabama Center Manley Cummins School of Anesthesia in 1983.
Jimmy and Tim administer/monitor in-office general anesthesia for the convenience and comfort of our patients. Jimmy has been associated with our practice since 1996 and Tim has been associated with our practice since 2014.
Jimmy and Tim are board certified by the Alabama Board of Nursing and are members of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists. They both attend national workshops annually to stay current on advancements in the area of anesthesia.
Other office staff are available to assist you in scheduling appointments, verifying insurance benefits, filing insurance claims and answering any questions you might have regarding your specific situation and/or financial arrangements.
We are committed to making your experience with us a positive one. Our staff is available for any questions or concerns you might have during the course of your treatment. We encourage an open line of communication with all our patients and welcome your suggestions.