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Nashville-based Ardent Health Services announce Carolyn Schneider as Chief Human Resources Officer

Lenny Schumacher
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NASHVILLE, TN - Ardent Health Services, a Nashville-based healthcare service provider appointed Carolyn Schneider as Chief Human Resources Officer.

Ardent Health Services conducted a national search for Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) position and appointed Schneider to fill the position.

“After conducting a national search to recruit a CHRO, we were delighted to discover a candidate of Carolyn’s stature here in Nashville,” remarked Marty Bonick, president and CEO of Ardent Health Services. “She has a wealth of experience in health systems like ours and has achieved outstanding results throughout her career.”

Schneider specializes in human resources for the health system industry. She previously worked as a CHRO at Corizon Health in Brentwood, Tennessee. Before Corizon, she handled Capella Healthcare's human resources for a decade.

Schneider helped Capella achieve Best Places to Work accolades from Becker’s Review, Modern Healthcare, The Oklahoman, and The Tennessean during her tenure at the company.

“It is a privilege and honor to join the Ardent family, a company I have long admired for its values and history of service excellence to its patients, team members, partners and investors,” said Schneider. “Already recognized nationally as Best Places to Work at several locations, we will continue to build on this momentum moving forward as a top destination for healthcare talent.”

Schneider holds a bachelor's degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. She also earned a master's degree in business administration from Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management.

Schneider is also part of the American Society for Health Care Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and the Middle Tennessee SHRM Executive Forum.

She is also active as a board member for Gilda’s Club and the advisory committee to the board of Alive Hospice. She received the Nashville Business Journal Women of Influence Award in 2011.

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