Morning Pointe Names New Executive Director

Monday, December 09, 2013

Independent Healthcare Properties, LLC and Morning Pointe Assisted Living announced Holly Metcalf is the new executive director for the Morning Pointe of Chattanooga assisted living community.

Ms. Metcalf first joined Morning Pointe as business office manager in 2009, where she handled administrative responsibilities and worked closely with the executive director.  In her new leadership role, she will now oversee all of the day-to-day operations of the assisted living community. 

“We are very pleased to have Ms. Metcalf on board in her role as executive director at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga,” said Matthew Fox, senior vice president of operations. “Her dedication to enriching the lives of our residents and helping them continue to have meaning and purpose is an admirable skill that makes Holly the perfect addition to our Morning Pointe team.”

The experience and skills acquired throughout Ms. Metcalf’s 33 years of working with the State of Tennessee have helped her succeed to her position as executive director, officials said.  She spent 21 years with the Department of Correction as the accreditation manager, three years with the Department of Children Services as liaison for regional administrator and nine years as HR analyst with the Department of Mental Health.


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