AdventHealth Murray is pleased to announce that Amy Jordon, chief nursing officer of AdventHealth Murray, will also serve as chief nursing officer of the AdventHealth Southeast region.
“Amy brings a wealth of experience to this role, providing an experienced clinical voice from the Southeast region,” said Pete Weber, president and CEO of AdventHealth Murray. “We are excited to see her succeed in this new role.”
In addition to remaining the chief nursing officer of AdventHealth Murray, Jordon will also oversee nursing administration functions at all AdventHealth Southeast region hospitals, which includes AdventHealth Gordon in Calhoun, AdventHealth Manchester in Kentucky and AdventHealth Hendersonville in North Carolina.
“I am thrilled to partner with our other AdventHealth regional hospitals while still serving our local community,” said Jordon. “We are truly greater as a whole, so I believe this partnership will help us bring together best practices to benefit those we serve.”
Jordon holds a Master of Science in Nursing and has more than 30 years of experience with AdventHealth, serving in various capacities and leadership roles. Under her leadership, AdventHealth Murray has made tremendous strides in clinical quality and performance. She and her husband David are lifelong residents of Calhoun and have three adult children: Annsley and her husband Nick, Ben and Caleb and his fiancée Kelsey. Jordon enjoys spending time with her family, reading and traveling.
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