NMHS Welcomes Sondra Davis as Chief Human Resources Officer
North Mississippi Health Services (NMHS) is pleased to announce that Sondra Davis will join the regional healthcare system as chief human resources officer on Nov. 1.
Davis, comes to NMHS from Centura Health System in Denver, Colorado, where she served as regional vice president for Human Resources for the Denver and Mountain markets, comprised of nine hospitals and numerous freestanding Emergent/Urgent Care centers, outpatient centers and provider practices. Previously she served as vice president for human resources with Harnett Health System, based in Dunn, North Carolina, where she also provided leadership for several operational and support services in addition to her human resources scope.
“We look forward to having Sondra Davis join our team. She brings over 20 years of experience in varied settings, with most of that experience gained within rural healthcare markets,” said Shane Spees, NMHS president and CEO. “She is a well-rounded, mission-driven human resources executive whose experience fits nicely with our organization.”
“I was drawn to NMHS because I felt right away that it was a mission-driven organization, where they are working to improve the health of the people in this region. I was incredibly impressed with the executive leadership team and their mission, purpose and drive,” Davis said. “I look forward to expanding upon the work that has been done in Human Resources and building relationships that will enhance the HR function.”
A native of Colorado, she spent more than 15 years living and working in North Carolina and Georgia. Davis holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs, and a Master of Science in Human Resources Management from Troy University in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
She is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources by the Human Resources Certification Institute, and has a history of strong involvement in her professional organizations and communities.
Davis has one son, who will reside in Tupelo.