Christine Hammock is one of our dental hygienists and has been working with our patients for the past 20 years. Christine says, “One of the many reasons I love my job is meeting new people and having the opportunity to educate them on their oral care.” Dr. Findley and the rest of our team say, “We all are very fortunate to have Christine. Her excellent skills as a dental hygienist really benefit our patients, and Christine is the type of person everyone loves.”
Christine graduated from Darton College in Albany, Georgia in 1995 with an Associate's degree in science. While attending Darton, Christine was honored to have been the first recipient of the Betty Parton Dental Hygiene Scholarship. Additionally, Christine was awarded the prestigious Hinman Scholarship, which is also a great honor.
Christine spends her free time enjoying playful time with her two grandchildren and her dog, Ellie Sue. Christine is active in church and enjoys singing in the choir.
Christine is kind and caring to everyone she meets; it is a “true” pleasure to spend time with her. We love having her as a member of our team, and we look forward to her being a part of our team for many, many years to come. Christine always has a smile on her face and something good to say about everyone!
Christine exhibits one of the most admirable qualities that a professional health-care facilitator can have: loyalty to our patients, our staff, and to Dr. Findley. This is a most praiseworthy attribute because it pits her in the exception rather than the rule category.
Christine is dedicated to our patients and is one who always goes the extra mile. She is greatly appreciated by staff, patients, and Dr. Findley. She is a superior asset to our practice – one that we do not take lightly.
Thank you, Christine, for who you are and all the many special things you do. If you have not met Christine, next time you come in, please say hello to her. You will be glad you did!