Hall Named Associate Chief Nursing Officer At Parkridge East

Friday, February 14, 2014

Ronald Hall, RN, BS, MSN, NE-BC, has been named associate chief nursing officer at Parkridge East Hospital in East Ridge.

Mr. Hall has 15 years of leadership experience in the field of healthcare, 12 of which have been in the hospital setting. He comes to Parkridge East Hospital from Nashville, where he served for three years as nurse manager and director of medical/surgical nursing at TriStar Centennial Medical Center.  Before coming to TriStar Centennial, he held nursing leadership positions at several Nashville-area facilities where he gained significant experience with hospital expansion and process improvement initiatives.

“Ronnie brings considerable experience and expertise to this role,” said Jarrett Millsaps, chief executive officer at Parkridge East Hospital. “Our patients will benefit from his commitment to high quality healthcare, and we are excited to have him as part of our leadership team.”

“I am excited to be joining the staff of Parkridge East Hospital,” said Mr. Hall. “It is an honor to be selected for this position, and I look forward to serving this community.”

Mr. Hall earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration from the University of Phoenix, a Master of Science in Nursing from Loyola University in New Orleans, and is certified as a Nurse Executive through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. He is also a U.S. Army veteran, and a Louisiana native.


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