Steven Cannady is an ANCC board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. He has been in the nursing field for over 32 years. He graduated from Shelby State Community College in Memphis, TN with an Associates Degree in Nursing. He then attended Murray State University where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and then his Master of Science in Nursing. Steve graduated from the FNP program at Murray State University in 2001. Mr. Cannady's work experience include 5 years in Cardiovascular Intensive Care at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, TN, 2 years in the Cardiac Cath. Lab also at Baptist Hospital, 2 years in the Emergency Department at Methodist Hospital in Memphis, TN, and the remainder of his experience has been in Family Medicine as a Family Nurse Practitioner. He has been a resident of Benton County since April of 1998, when he moved here from Memphis. He has three children; Sean Cannady, DO who is a physician in family medicine in Spring Hill, TN, Cory Cannady, BCBA, LBA who works in behavioral health in Chattanooga , TN, and Holly Cannady, RN who works as an infusion nurse in oncology in Dayton, GA. Steve was married to Helen Cannady, RN for 15 years before she passed away in an auto accident in May 2001. Mr. Cannady is a member of the Holladay United Methodist Church, where he has attended since 1998.
Virginia Peebles is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She has been in the nursing field for over 24 years. She graduated from Northeast Mississippi Community College in 1995 with an Associates Degree in Nursing. She then proceeded to University of Tennessee at Martin in 2002 where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. In 2009, she graduated from Union University with a Master of Science in Nursing. Mrs. Peebles' nursing experience includes cardiac care, intensive care unit, home health/hospice care, and surgery. Her advance practice experience includes family practice, orthopedics, and pain management. She has resided in Camden Tennessee since 2000 with her husband of 28 years. Her husband, Chris, is a high school Math teacher as well as a Jr. High Football Coach and High School Softball Coach. Mrs. Peebles' has three children; Denton and Katie who reside in Waynesboro, Tennessee and Brooke who resides in Memphis, Tennessee. 'Ginny' enjoys many outdoor activities including gardening, cooking, as well as spending time with family and friends. In addition to her work activities, Mrs. Peebles' is a member of the following organizations: American Nursing Association, American Nurses Credentialing Center, and the West Tennessee Nurse Practitioner Alliance. She is also a member of the Flatwoods Baptist Church.
Melinda Maranto I completed my undergraduate degree in nursing at University of Tennessee in Martin in 2001. After pursuing a career at Jackson General, working in a Pulmonary step-down for 3 years, I decided to move my work closer to home. While working as a charge nurse at Henry County Medical Center I met Dr. Calfee who offered be an opportunity to pursue a master’s degree. While working in his office and learning Orthopedics, I was able to pursue and complete my master’s degree in 2010 at the University of Tennessee at Memphis. I opened a clinic in Camden Tennessee in 2011 and was open for 6 years before deciding to try something different. I had worked a few part-time jobs with the elderly, so I decided to attempt long-term care as a nurse practitioner. I thoroughly enjoyed this and worked in both roles as psychiatric and medical provider. My last position prior to here was working for Henry County Medical Center as a hospitalist.mIt was then that I realized how much I missed primary care and decided to come back to Camden. I have lived in Camden since the age of 8, so this is my home. Our community is very supporting and caring of each other, and I can think of no other place I would rather be. I have 2 children, a daughter who is 16 and a son who is 21. When I am not at work, you can usually find me at home visiting with my family or out camping at the campground. I love cooking and spending time with the family.