Kenneth Rhudy appointed CEO at Marshall Medical Center

Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Kenneth D. Rhudy

Kenneth D. Rhudy has been appointed chief executive officer of Marshall Medical Center, according to Darlene Baxter, vice president of affiliate services at Maury Regional Hospital. Rhudy is bringing more than 16 years experience in health care administration and financial management with him to Marshall Medical Center.

Rhudy earned a master's degree in administration from the University of Alabama and a bachelor's degree in business from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He has also achieved the level of diplomat in the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Prior to joining the Marshall Medical Center staff, Rhudy was the administrator of Grady General Hospital in Cairo, Georgia where he oversaw the operation of the health care system's second largest hospital.

"Ken's extensive background in health care administration will make him an asset to Marshall Medical Center," said Baxter. "We're pleased to have someone with his vast experience and leadership ability join our team."

Rhudy and his wife, Pam, along with their fourteen year-old son, Joshua, plan to reside in Lewisburg.