Parkridge Health System Appoints Castleberry As Vice President Of Finance

Thursday, May 15, 2014
Pictured:  Nicole Castleberry
Pictured: Nicole Castleberry

Parkridge Health System has appointed Nicole Castleberry to the position of vice president of finance.  In her new role, Ms. Castleberry is responsible for overall financial reporting, controls, and analysis of the Parkridge Health System to ensure compliance and consistency across all facilities.

“We are excited to welcome Nicole to this new leadership role,” Tom Jackson, Parkridge Health System CFO, noted. “She has done outstanding work for our company over the past several years and we are proud to have her as a member of the Parkridge Health System team.”

Ms. Castleberry earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

She joined Parkridge Health System in 2011 as a financial analyst and most recently served as the controller and market director of finance.

A Chattanooga native, Ms. Castleberry and her husband, Chad, reside in Ringgold with their two daughters. 

For more information about Parkridge Health System, visit ParkridgeHealth.com or call (423) 622-6848.




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