Get To Know Our Team - ECHO Associates

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Get To Know Our Team

At ECHO, we are thrilled to have a caring and dedicated team of professionals.  They get to know each one of our patients so well. Here is your chance to get to know a few things about them!

Morgan, Nurse

Morgan graduated from Three Rivers Community College in December of 2022. Since graduating she has been working in the ER learning all the ropes. Morgan shares,”I am grateful for the opportunity to have a per diem position here at ECHO and work alongside a wonderful team and learn even more.” Outside of nursing, she enjoys hiking, going to the beach, and spending time outside with her dogs.

Amanda, Medical Lab Technician

 Amanda is married with two daughters. She enjoys gardening, spending time with family, and playing with their three dogs. Alma, her Great Dane, loves to steal the show!

Christopher, Receptionist

Christopher shares, “I am married with a lot of fur children. I love cooking, outdoor activities, and going to the movies (yes I still go to the movie theaters). My favorite thing to do is travel, that comes from growing up in the Air Force and living all over the country and abroad.”


Jordan, Nurse

Jordan graduated from Three Rivers in December of 2022. She has been a nurse now for six months and is enjoying her career. When she is not at work, she loves spending time outdoors and riding her two horses.  

Jordan Bennett RN
Jordan Bennett, RN

Dorothy, Nurse

Dorothy graduated from Hartwick College in 2019 with a BSN in nursing and a BA in psychology. When she is not at work, she enjoys taking yoga classes, hiking, and going to the beach.  

Dorothy Rodgers

Becky, Nurse

Becky is a veteran on our team. She went to the New England institute of technology (NEIT) for her RN nursing degree, graduating in 2019. She was an LPN for five years before going back to school for her RN. She has two children, Ava Marie and Kevin.  She also has 3 pups, Henry, Molly Sue, and Scooter. When she is not working, she says she can be found at a soccer or softball field watching her daughter. 

Becky shares, I became a nurse because I used to bring my grandparents for treatment here at ECHO. The nurses were always so kind and always encouraged me to become a nurse…. And I did!” ECHO is blessed to have Becky and her grandparent’s are smiling!