Parkridge Health System Appoints Maurya-Smith As Director Of Physician Relations

Thursday, April 17, 2014
Daisy Maurya-Smith
Daisy Maurya-Smith

Daisy Maurya-Smith has joined the staff of Parkridge Health System as director of Physician Relations.

In her new role, Ms. Maurya-Smith will help manage and strengthen physician relationships with Parkridge Medical Center and Parkridge East Hospital.

Ms. Maurya-Smith earned her bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Mass Communications at UTC. She has over 14 years of physician relations experience, working primarily in the field of pharmaceutical sales.

“We are excited to have Daisy on board as a member of our team,” said Jim Coleman, Parkridge Medical Center chief operating officer. “She has a valuable mix of skills and experience, and she will represent Parkridge Health System very well in our community.

For more information about Parkridge Health System, visit ParkridgeHealth.com.

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