5 Recent ASC Administrative & Industry Leadership Moves
Amy Maddox recently became business office operations manager at SurgCenter Development. Prior to her current role, Ms. Maddox served as the business office manager for Cherry Creek Surgery Center.
Robert McDavitt, RN, MBA, CASC, has served as the director of ambulatory surgery centers, west division, at Tenet for a little more than year. Mr. McDavitt previously served as senior vice president of operations at Outpatient Healthcare Strategies.
Michelle Richardson, MBA, became the administrator of Bethesda Surgery Center a little more than a year ago. Her previous experience includes serving as the administrator of Great Cincinnati Surgery Center.
Donna Smith, previously as vice president of operations at Blue Chip Surgical Partners, has recently stepped into the role of chief operating officer of Nexus Surgical Partners.
Chrystal Trettin stepped into the role of director of Willmar Surgery Center a little more than a year ago. Prior to her current role, Ms. Trettin was assistant manager at Willmar Surgery Center.
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