Stockbridge, Ga. (February 3, 2014) – Frances Marthone has been named vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer at Piedmont Henry Hospital.
“Frances is a proven leader and we couldn’t be happier to welcome her to the Piedmont Henry team,” said Charlie Scott, president and CEO of Piedmont Henry. “The mix of nursing expertise and leadership skills she possesses makes her the right choice for Piedmont Henry’s chief nursing officer.”
Marthone brings 28 years of experience, 25 of them in leadership, in the healthcare industry to Piedmont Henry. Before coming to Piedmont, Marthone served as vice president of medical services at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, Ga.
“Coming to Piedmont Henry offers me a wonderful opportunity to work with a growing and dynamic team,” said Marthone. “Nurses are at the heart of patient-centered care and yet, they are often the unsung heroes. It is my goal to make sure they know they are highly valued and we appreciate what they do.”
Marthone earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Simmons College in Boston, Mass. and a master’s degree in nursing administration from Albany State University. Marthone will complete a doctorate in nursing philosophy from Georgia State University in June.
For more information about Piedmont Henry, visit piedmonthenry.org.