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VOL. 36 | NO. 24 | Friday, June 15, 2012




Cannon Cancer Center gets COO, administrator

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TriStar Centennial Medical Center has named Patti Moser as the new administrator of the Sarah Cannon Cancer Center. She also serves as chief operating officer.

Moser most recently served as service line director for oncology services and director of outreach and prevention at Via Christi Hospitals in Wichita, Kan. In addition to experience with in-patient and out-patient care units, Moser has worked in the clinical areas of oncology, medical-surgical, endoscopy, and staff development. She led teams in community wellness programs and oncology service line development. She has managed a Bone Marrow Transplant, Radiation Therapy CyberKnife program, and recently led a 40,000-square-foot building project creating a 40-bed medical and surgical oncology unit, including Ambulatory Infusion and Integrative Therapy Services.

She earned a master’s degree in public health in 2003 from California College for Health Sciences in National City, Calif. She is one of 28,000 oncology certified nurses, as granted by the Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation, to assure the delivery of quality care in adult oncology nursing. Moser has served on local boards of Susan G Komen Race for the Cure, Oncology Nursing Society and the division board of the American Cancer Society.

In her new role, Moser assumes overall responsibility for the direction and operation of TriStar Centennial Sarah Cannon Cancer Center and will be a member of the TriStar Centennial administrative team.

Diversified Trust hires new principal

Diversified Trust, a wealth management firm with more than $4 billion in assets under management, has hired Robyn Hari as a principal in its Nashville office.

Hari will be primarily responsible for the financial advisory practice in the Nashville office. She previously owned a fee-only financial planning and investment advisory firm in Brentwood. Prior to that, Hari served as a manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers in their personal financial services division, working in both the Detroit and Nashville offices.

Hari received a degree in accounting from Union University. She is a CPA, a CFP and has earned the personal financial specialist designation by the American Institute of CPAs.

Peach named CEO of HighPoint Health System

HighPoint Health System announced today that Susan Peach, BSN, MBA, a veteran hospital administrator with more than 30 years of healthcare experience, will become its new chief executive officer effective July 2.

Peach replaces Mary Jo Lewis, who has held the position since 2010 and announced her retirement in April.

Peach comes to HighPoint Health System from LifePoint Hospitals’ Hospital Support Center, where she has served as chief nursing officer of the Delta Division since 2010. In that role, Peach has provided clinical leadership and oversight for nine LifePoint Hospitals, including the four hospital campuses of HighPoint Health System.

Peach holds a MBA from Georgia State University and a degree in nursing from Clayton College.

Bass, Berry & Sims honored by Chambers

Thirty-four Bass, Berry & Sims PLC attorneys have been listed in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, the most attorneys listed of any firm in the state of Tennessee.

Bass, Berry & Sims, as a firm, received a #1 ranking for Tennessee in seven practice areas: Banking & Finance, Corporate/M&A, Environment, Healthcare, Labor & Employment, Litigation (General Commercial) and Real Estate. Bass, Berry & Sims was ranked #1 more times than any other firm in the Tennessee category.

Bass, Berry & Sims’ attorneys were ranked in the following practice areas:

Lee Barfield: Litigation: general commercial; Litigation: medical malpractice defense; Dewees Berry: real estate; real estate: zoning/land use; Jim Cheek: corporate/M&A; Michael Dagley: litigation: general commercial; Page Davidson: corporate/M&A; Wallace Dietz: litigation: general commercial; Felix Dowsley: banking & finance; Tim Garrett: labor & employment; Andrew Goddard: environment; John Good: corporate/M&A; Dale Grimes: litigation: general commercial; Bob Horton: labor & employment; Angela Humphreys: health care; Paul Jennings: litigation: bankruptcy; Howard Lamar: corporate/M&A; Brook Lathram: litigation: general commercial; Claire Miley: health care; health care: Regulatory; Michael Moschel: labor & employment; Scott Noonan: health care: regulatory; William Ozier: labor & employment; Michael Peek: real estate; Cynthia Reisz: health care; health care: regulatory; Todd Rolapp: corporate/M&A; Cynthia Sellers: banking & finance; Mark Sheets: real estate; John Speer: litigation: general commercial; Richard Spore: real estate; John Stemmler: real estate; James Tate Jr.: banking & finance; Scott Thomas: environment; Bob Thompson: banking & finance; banking & finance: regulatory; Overton Thompson: litigation: general commercial; Mitchell Walker: corporate/M&A; Leigh Walton: health care.

Solomon Builders hires new business developer

Solomon Builders Inc., a Nashville area commercial builder celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, has hired Reid Hinesley as director of new business development.

Prior to Solomon Builders, Hinesley owned Reid & Co. Construction, LLC. He also worked as a commercial sub-contractor for several years and gained experience in commercial construction while working alongside Solomon Builders on Middle Tennessee area projects.

The Purdue University graduate spent seven years with U.S. builder NVR, graduating from NVR’s 18-month intensive production training program and working as a project and cost control manager.

Hodge joins Smith Gee Studio

LEED-accredited professional Mona Hodge has joined Smith Gee Studio. Hodge is serving as an intern architect.

Hodge’s experience ranges from urban planning at the Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosi in San Luis Potosi, Mexico to the construction administration of a 16-story luxury mixed-use condominium in Orlando, Florida. While she currently resides in Nashville, Hodge has worked on projects in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Colorado, Mississippi, and Indiana.

Hodge has served as an American Institute of Architects board member and on the U.S. Green Building Council. Her recent work includes the Ryman Lofts and Eagleview Town Center in Exton, PA.

Currently Hodge is working on several multi-family projects including an eight-building development at Lenox Village, the largest sub-urban mixed-use neighborhood in Nashville.

Cabedge hires digital marketing coordinator

Cabedge Design, LLC, a Web-centric design firm and subsidiary of Atiba Software, LLC, has hired Allen Willis, a project manager and marketing coordinator with expertise in creating and implementing search engine optimization (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM) and social media strategies.

Willis has extensive experience with local tech start-up companies such as GiveAGift.net, a tech startup centered on managing employee engagement programs for businesses, and has overseen business operations, Web design and account management, as well as database management and vendor relations.

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