Rogers Named Market Administrator For Parkridge Medical Group

Thursday, November 9, 2017
Carole Rogers
Carole Rogers

Parkridge Medical Group, an affiliate of Parkridge Health System, has named Carole Rogers as market administrator for the Chattanooga area.  As market administrator, Ms. Rogers will steer business and growth operations for 48 medical providers in eight practice locations throughout the region. 

Ms. Rogers began working for Parkridge Medical Group in 2006 as the area practice manager for the system’s northwest Georgia market. In February 2016, Ms. Rogers was named manager of the Chattanooga market before accepting the role of administrator.

In her new position, Ms. Rogers will oversee Parkridge medical practices dedicated to a broad scope of healthcare specialties, including cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, endocrinology, family medicine, orthopedics and spine care, psychiatry, and pulmonology. 

Mr. Rogers earned her degree in healthcare management from Jones International University. In her free time, she enjoys traveling with her husband and is a performance automotive enthusiast.     



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