Baptist Medical Clinic, a division of Baptist Health Systems in Jackson has made staff additions and promotions in its administrative offices:
Brad Beattie has been named executive director of Baptist Medical Clinic Administration. Beattie will be responsible for directing and administering overall practice management functions of Baptist’s multi-specialty clinic and outpatient physical therapy network. He has experience in clinic operations and revenue cycle experience. He most recently served in the role of director of Clinic Operations for Baptist’s Specialty Clinic Network. Prior to joining Baptist in 2014, Beattie was chief operations officer for Jackson Heart. He received his Bachelor’s of Business Administration and Master of Science degree in Management from Belhaven University.
Mary Reedy, MSN, RN, has been named clinical director for Baptist Medical Clinic Administration. Working with physician leaders, she will lead clinical and quality care initiatives focused on advancing Baptist’s position as the Provider of Choice in the value based care delivery system of the near future. Reedy earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from George Mason University. She then completed her Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Reedy worked as a critical care nurse for the first eleven years of her career. During her tenure at Baptist, she has served in roles of educator and, most recently, as the director of Service Excellence.
Joan Elliott, MSN, RN, has been named senior rural health clinic operations manager for Baptist Medical Clinic Administration. She will be responsible for supporting Baptist’s network of Rural Health Clinics. Elliott earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mississippi College. She completed her Master of Science-Nursing, Nurse Executive at the University of South Alabama. Earlier in her career, she earned an Associate in Arts degree from Hinds Community College, where she graduated with honors. During her 13-year tenure with Baptist Medical Clinic, Elliott has served in roles of clinic office manager and, most recently, as Clinic Administration nurse manager.
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