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February 26, 2020

Pensacola, Florida – ProHealth announced and welcomed Amanda Claver as District Manager over ProHealth’s Milton, Crestview, Fort Walton Beach, Santa Rosa Beach and Pensacola (Summit Blvd.) offices.

With 15 years of managerial experience, including six years with the company, Claver takes a new position for the 35-year-old health company. She will be responsible for assigning, managing and directing all work performed at branch offices.
Claver is an expert in improving internal communication and will thrive as the position allows her to be a liaison between the branch offices and the corporate offices.
ProHealth’s President, Danette Krumel, expressed confidence that Claver is ready to handle the job, saying: “The promotion of Amanda Claver corresponds with ProHealth’s business growth strategy for 2020. The fact that Amanda is smart, determined and so devoted to her work combined with her excellent record in managing staff, makes her a great fit for the new position.”

Claver comments, “I am grateful to have the opportunity to fill a position within ProHealth that will allow professional and personal growth. I work for an amazing team of women, and I look forward to many more years with ProHealth.”

In line with ProHealth’s growth plans, Claver will be providing regular medical training, ensuring that processes and procedures are consistent.

Patients and current employees are invited to send their messages of congratulations and welcome to ProHealth by visiting the Contact Tab on

ProHealth specializes in providing Northwest Florida with affordable health services, including low-cost lab work for people without health insurance or those who have high deductibles, primary and minor urgent care for patients, DNA paternity testing, adult, travel and flu immunizations, occupational, drug and alcohol testing, respirator fit testing, DOT and employment physicals, tuberculosis screenings, B12 injections, and much more. Walk-ins are welcome for most services. For more information, please visit