Melinda Nelson, Practice Manager
Melinda Nelson serves as the Practice Manager at AM Diabetes & Endocrinology Center. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Christian Brothers University in Memphis, TN. Ms. Nelson has worked with the center since May 2015.
Nelson has been instrumental in developing business strategies to launch AM 360 Fitness Center and the Diabetes Management Program. She was charged with improving patient satisfaction and better opportunities for patient communication. Her current areas of focus are on expanding our fitness center and staffing opportunities.
Melinda and her husband are animal lovers and have adopted several of their beloved pets. She enjoys reading, scrapbooking, spending time with her husband, and playing games on her phone.
Shareta Hall, Bigfoot Coordinator
Shareta Hall has served as our Clinic Manager since August 2021. Her love for people and desire to give top-notch care, drives her passion for patients.
A Memphis native, Shareta brings 21 years of experience in nursing and administration including both clinical and hospital settings. Her strong internal medicine experience includes multiple specialties including radiology, iv, port, phlebotomy and BAT certifications, psychology, oncology, stepdown ICU and research. Hall’s education includes nursing at Northwest, University of Mississippi, and a Medical Assistant certification.
Shareta loves her family. Outside of work, she enjoys spending her time traveling, reading, listening to music and exercising.
Janet Curtis, Communications Administrator
Janet Curtis received her associate and bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. She has worked for Dr. Latif since 2018. Her prior work experience includes restaurant management and years in the financial industry working for two large investment firms, where she specialized in customer service.
Curtis works as the Communications Administrator where she serves as the patient advocate, administers communications within and outside of the clinic and works on company culture. She is the Executive Director of the Sugar Run 5K, a race held in November of each year to raise awareness and funds for Type One Diabetes. Her youngest daughter has lived with T1D since 2008, which drives her passion for those living with the disease.
Janet and her husband have three adult daughters and three grandchildren. She enjoys spending time with her family, crafting, and traveling. Her life motto is “To live a life that makes Jesus smile”.