GREENEVILLE, TN – Terri Marcum has been named the new chief nursing officer at Takoma Adventist Hospital.
Marcum began her new job on June 19.
“Terri brings a depth of professional experience and academic achievement, coupled with a commitment to excellence in healthcare, that I am convinced will be assets to the Takoma team,” Carlyle Walton, the hospital’s president and chief executive officer, said.
A registered nurse, Marcum received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in business administration from Milligan College, and a diploma of nursing from the University of Tennessee Hospital School of Nursing in Knoxville.
“I’m look forward to being a more active part of the Greeneville community and for the opportunity to work with the fine administrative team and staff at Takoma,” Marcum said.
Marcum was administrative director of the cardiac catheterization lab and cardiopulmonary department at Indian Path Medical Center in Kingsport prior to her move to Greeneville. Recently she has been working in the Intensive Care Unit at Johnson City Medical Center.
Marcum is married to Homer Marcum. They are members of Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Greeneville. The couple has two children, Abby Davis of Murfreesboro and Brian Estep of Cookeville.