Parkridge Health System Names Will Windham CEO Of Parkridge East Hospital

Thursday, January 7, 2021

Parkridge Health System has named Will Windham as new CEO of Parkridge East Hospital.

Officials said, "Having served in progressive leadership roles since 2006 across Parkridge Health parent company HCA Healthcare, Windham is poised to make an immediate impact on Parkridge East, spurring the hospital’s growth initiatives – notably an expansion of The Birth Place that is currently underway."

“Will has an exceptional track record for catalyzing service line growth that makes him a perfect fit for Parkridge East,” said Tom Ozburn, president and CEO of Parkridge Health. “The strong leadership skills he has demonstrated throughout his career will be integral to operationalizing our plans for expansion at Parkridge East. We couldn’t be more pleased to welcome him to the Parkridge Health family.”

Mr. Windham earned a bachelor of science in business administration degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in Chapel Hill, NC, and a master of hospital and health administration degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, in Richmond, Va. 

Prior to joining the Parkridge Health family, Mr. Windham served as chief executive officer of LewisGale Hospital Alleghany, in Low Moor, Va. He has also held leadership positions at HCA Healthcare’s HealthONE division office and Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, in Denver and at the corporate Strategic Resource Group and Centennial Medical Center in Nashville. 

Mr. Windham and his wife, Lauren, have two children and recently relocated to the Chattanooga area.


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