Honoring Our Veterans

A collage of Commonwealth Pain & Spine veterans during their times in the military.

Veterans Day is a time to show our thanks to the brave men and women who have served our country. At Commonwealth Pain & Spine, we are taking time to honor our employees who served for the sacrifices they made.

Amber Coleman currently works in our Pre-Certification Department in Louisville, KY, and served in the Kentucky National Guard from 2009-2015. 

Brooke James served in the Air National Guard from 2003-2005, then in the Army National Guard from 2011-2017. Brooke works in our Evansville, IN, office as a Medical Assistant.

Jessica Armpriester, our Director of Revenue Cycle Integrity in Louisville, KY, served in the Army from 2009-2021.

We thank all of you for your service and for choosing our company. Happy Veterans Day!

*If you work for Commonwealth Pain & Spine and are not in this post, we encourage you to self-identify your veteran status through Paylocity so we can honor your service.
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