ABJ Team Feature: Dr. Shannon Cooke

Shannon E. Cooke, MD, was born in Kermit, Texas, a small town 65 miles west of Midland. His parents instilled the values of diligence, structure, and follow-through in Dr. Cooke and his sister. His father, a high school principal, emulated these tenants and gave Dr....

ABJ Team Feature: Ashley Malone

Ashley Malone: An ABJ Team Member Worth Betting On! Growing up as one of four girls, clinic manager Ashley Malone learned at an early age why being a leader involves more than just interfering when needed, but more importantly, strong leadership entails compassion and...

ABJ Team Feature: Chad Walters, PA-C

An Artist at Work A Fort Worth native, Chad was perplexed on where his college days would be spent.  He looked and visited several large state universities, but his mother persuaded him to attend Abilene Christian University.  And, it didn’t hurt Chad’s older brother,...

ABJ Team Feature: Spence Southall

Passion for Patients and Physical Therapy Spence Southall has been a part of the Abilene Bone & Joint team for ten years, but there are just a few who have – if any – transitioned from patient care to administration. A San Angelo native, Spence initially thought...
ABJ Team Feature:  Randy Harriman

ABJ Team Feature: Randy Harriman

Committed to You and West Texas Football Don’t tell Randy Harriman – director of sports medicine outreach for Abilene Bone & Joint – West Texas is not committed to high school football. He’ll be quick to tell you the attitude among the residents of Big Country...
ABJ Team Feature:  Justin Harrison

ABJ Team Feature: Justin Harrison

Though some people may struggle with identifying an ideal career path, but not Justin Harrison, an Abilene Bone & Joint (ABJ) board-certified physician assistant. Justin Harrison found his career at the age of 13.   Finding his mother unresponsive due to an asthma...