Waynesburg Clinic


14098 KY HWY 27 SouthPhone: (606)-379-6646      Open: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 8:30-4:30
Waynesburg, KY 40489   Fax:    (606)-379-5707    Thursday 9:00-5:00


Christopher D. Sims, MD
Dr. Sims received his medical degree from the University of Louisville and completed his internship and residency in Family Practice at the Trover Clinic in Madisonville, Kentucky. He and his wife Pattie live in Stanford and have three children, Kaylee, Caleb and Parker.  He enjoys boating, wakeboarding, golf and spending time with his family.  Dr. Sims sees patients at the Waynesburg Clinic on Thursdays from 9:00AM-5:00PM

Cindy Mullins, CMA Cindy graduated from National College of Business in 2006 and works at the Waynesburg Clinic on Thursdays, doing phlebotomy and triaging patients.  Cindy also works at Bates, Miller and Sims in Stanford.

Amy McGinnins, Medical Assistant 
works in the front office and floats to the nursing station to help with patient care on Thursdays. Amy also works at Bates, Miller and Sims in Stanford.

Abbie Harris, Business Office works as a liaison between the patient and insurance companies and has the primary roles of billing, scheduling and patient check out.


Brooke Shell, APRN
Brooke attended Eastern Kentucky University graduating with honors in 2010 with a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing, in 2011 she interned at the Waynesburg Clinic & graduated in 2012 with a Master's Degree in Nursing specializing in Family Practice.   Brooke and her husband Jonathan farm in Garrard County & have two children, Jaxson & Lydia.  Brooke Shell sees patients at the Waynesburg Clinic Monday-Wednesday & Friday 8:30AM-4:30PM

Lori Smith, RMA graduated from Somerset Community College with an Associate Degree in Medical Assisting and Phlebotomy in 2011 and provides patients in Waynesburg with nursing care and phlebotomy. 

Kristen Crowe, CNA graduated from Bluegrass Training in 2010 with her certificate in Nursing Assisting and works in the office doing referrals and registration as well as floats to the nursing station for patient care.