Jimmy Dale Named Executive Director At Life Care Center Of Red Bank

Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Jimmy Dale was named executive director of Life Care Center of Red Bank in Chattanooga.  
 
Mr. Dale served as executive director at Life Care Center of Cleveland. Prior to that appointment, he was executive director at Life Care Center of Copper Basin in Ducktown, Tn. He earned his bachelor’s degree in long-term care administration from Southern Adventist University in Collegedale.
 
“I enjoy working with seniors because they have so much to offer us – they have experienced so much in life, and it’s always interesting to hear their stories,” said Mr. Dale. 
 
Originally from Portland, Dale and his wife, Brianna, live in Chattanooga with their twin boys.
 
“I’ve had the privilege of working with Jimmy over the past eight years, and without question, he is a servant leader who leads from his heart,” said Robert Hubbartt, vice president of Life Care Center of America’s Cumberland Region.
“He displays genuine love and compassion toward his residents, and he truly cares about the well-being of his associates. He is excellent at creating an environment of trust, and he always treats others with kindness and respect.”
 
Life Care Center of Red Bank, 1020 Runyan Dr., is one of 27 skilled nursing and rehab facilities in Tennessee managed by Life Care Centers of America.

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