Posts Tagged ‘Madison River Oaks Medical Center’

Bryant rescinds part of executive order concerning Blue Cross/HMA fight

JACKSON — Gov. Phil Bryant is backtracking from part of an executive order he issued in a dispute between the state’s largest insurer and a hospital company. Bryant signed a document yesterday saying he is rescinding the parts of his Oct. 22 order that would have required Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mississippi to resume […] [...]

Short added to staff

Christopher Short has been named financial counselor in Madison River Oaks Medical Center’s accounting department. In this new position, Short will serve as the hospital’s primary contact for uninsured or under-insured patients or others in need of financial assistance for their healthcare services. Additionally, he will provide information related to hospital payment requirements, alternative financing, […] [...]

Rhoden named hospitalist

by Published: May 22,2011

Tags: Chad Rhoden, Madison River Oaks Medical Center

Chad Rhoden, M.D., Ph.D., has joined the medical staff at Madison River Oaks Medical Center as the new hospitalist. Rhoden will launch the hospitalist program, a new service line for the hospital, at the new facility scheduled to open in May. Rhoden earned his medical and doctoral degree from the University of Mississippi School of […] [...]

Hospital names new directors

Madison River Oaks Medical Center is pleased to announce the addition of five new directors in anticipation of the opening of its new hospital in May 2011. Linda Dunigan, RN, assistant administrator has over 25 years of healthcare experience. She earned her nursing degree from Boise State University and holds a master’s degree in healthcare […] [...]

Meadows named chief nursing officer

Terri Meadows, RN, former director of product line services for women’s, oncology and orthopedics at Baptist Health System in Jackson, has been named chief nursing officer of Madison River Oaks Medical Center. Meadows, who has more than 30 years of nursing experience, served as the director of product line services for women’s, oncology and orthopedics […] [...]

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