Findley Named Director Of Nursing At Life Care Center Of Hixson

Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Molley Findley, the new director of nursing at Life Care Center of Hixson
Molley Findley, the new director of nursing at Life Care Center of Hixson

Life Care Center of Hixson, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, is welcoming a new director of nursing, Molly Findley.

“I love it here,” said Findley. “People have the luxury of recuperating in an atmosphere of beauty with a family of caregivers who genuinely care. The staff is warm, professional and fun to work with.”

Before stepping into this leadership role, Ms. Findley served as director of nursing at Spring City Care and Rehabilitation Center in Spring City, Tenn.

A registered nurse since 1979, she has 19 years of intensive care experience and 13 years of long-term care experience.

She has also worked in education, staff development and wound care in Tennessee, South Carolina, Virginia and Colorado.

“The medical field always appealed to me,” said Ms. Findley. “I was wanting to pursue ophthalmology, but I enrolled in the nursing program and found that I really fit there. I have never regretted that decision and have been blessed with a wonderful career.”

Ms. Findley and her husband, Mike, are moving to the area from Evensville, Tenn. They have four grown children.


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