Parkridge Health System Welcomes Associate Administrator Whitney Evans Snardon

Monday, December 28, 2020
Whitney Evans Snardon
Whitney Evans Snardon

Parkridge Health welcomes Whitney Evans Snardon as market associate administrator and co-ethics and compliance officer. In her role, Ms. Snardon will work closely with Tom Ozburn, president and CEO of Parkridge Health, and facility leadership to catalyze growth projects throughout the system. She will support the growing neuroscience program at Parkridge Health, oversee housekeeping services, and assist with operations at Parkridge Valley Child & Adolescent and Adult & Senior campuses.

“Whitney is a tremendous addition to the Parkridge family, and her training and experience position her to make an immediate impact on our team,” Mr. Ozburn said. “We anticipate strong growth in several areas in 2021 and in the coming years, and Whitney will play a key role in strategizing and operationalizing our plans to expand key service lines.”

Ms. Snardon earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Loyola University, in New Orleans, and a Master of Health Administration degree from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She has served in several healthcare leadership roles, most recently as director of the neuroscience service line at Mercy Health – Lourdes Hospital, in Paducah, Ky. Under her leadership, the neuroscience program at Mercy Health – Lourdes Hospital experienced significant service line growth and efficiency gains. Prior to that, Ms. Snardon served as administrative fellow for Bon Secours Mercy Health.

Ms. Snardon is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the National Association of Health Services Executives. A native of New Orleans, Ms. Snardon has recently moved to Chattanooga with her husband, Corbin.

 


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