Symbion Announces Promotions for Staff
Chad Baldwin has been promoted to Vice President, Acquisitions & Development. He previously served as Assistant Vice President.
Lauren Whitsett has been named Vice President, Product Line Planning. She was previously Assistant Vice President.
Adam Gleaves, previously Director of Risk & Insurance, has been appointed Assistant Vice President.
Nita Hill has been promoted from Benefits Director to Benefits Assistant Vice President.
Human Resources Coordinator Leslie Ann Sharp has been promoted to Human Resources Generalist.
Elise Gregory, Jeff Harris and Teresa Saunders have been elevated to the role of Accounting Manager. Previously, they served as Senior Accountants.
Lanie Brooks, Lynsey Goldsby, Anne Hester, Suzanne Monroe and Dennis Miruka have been promoted to Senior Accountants. They previously served as Accountants/Financial Analysts.
Symbion, headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., owns and operates a network of short stay surgical facilities, including six surgical hospitals, providing non-emergency surgical procedures across many specialties. As of January 1, 2013, the company owned and operated 62 surgical facilities in 26 states.
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