CHI Memorial Announces 2020-2021 Board Of Directors

Wednesday, September 9, 2020
William Warren
William Warren

CHI Memorial announces officers and members of the board of directors for 2020-2021. 
 
William P. Warren, MD, will continue to serve as chair of the board of directors, and Jill M. Aplin will continue to serve as vice chair. Corinne A. Allen will continue in her role as secretary and Michael Sutton, CFO, CHI Memorial, will serve as board treasurer. 
 
Michael Webb, MBA, is a new member of the CHI Memorial board of directors.  He joins board members John F. Boxell, MD; Christopher P. Crimmins; Davey B. Daniel, MD; Arlene Donowitz, MD; Marilyn Helms, DBA; Sister Dorothy Jackson, SCN; MaryStewart Lewis; John P. Nash, MD; Sister Judith Raley, SCN; Mary P. Tanner, Ph.D.; Aaron Webb, Esq.; and Jeffrey T. Wilson, D. Min.
Steven Perlaky, MD, president, CHI Memorial Hospital Georgia medical staff, and James Zellner, MD, president, CHI Memorial Hospital Chattanooga medical staff, join Janelle Reilly, market CEO, CHI Memorial, and Larry Schumacher, senior vice president, operations, Southeast division, CommonSpirit Health, as ex-officio members of the CHI Memorial board of directors.  

Mr. Webb is the president of Webb Financial Consultants. He will also serve the CHI Memorial board as chair of the audit and compliance committee.

Michael Webb
Michael Webb

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