NMMC-West Point Announces Chief Nursing Officer
WEST POINT, Miss.—Pam White of Aberdeen has been named as Chief Nursing Officer at North Mississippi Medical Center-West Point.
White fills the vacancy left by Emily Edwards, who became director of nursing support for North Mississippi Medical Center-Tupelo in March.
“We are very excited to have Pam joining us as our new Chief Nursing Officer,” said Barry Keel, NMMC-West Point administrator. “Her extensive experience and servant leadership style will be a great fit with our culture at NMMC-West Point.”
White comes to West Point from Gilmore Memorial Hospital in Amory, where she had been serving as director of the Women’s Center. She previously served as director of hospice care for Baptist Hospice-Golden Triangle, and has many years of experience in education and nursing with Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle.
White earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Mississippi University for Women in 1991. She holds a master’s of public health degree in health services administration from the University of Southern Mississippi.
“I am thankful and honored to serve this community and NMMC-West Point as the Chief Nursing Officer. I have spent all my life in the Golden Triangle area. Therefore, I know the importance of access to excellent health care for you and your families close to home,” White said. “NMMC-West Point is committed to providing the exceptional care you want and deserve. I look forward to leading this team of excellent health care providers in West Point into the future of health care.”
For more information about services available at NMMC-West Point, call (662) 495-9355 or 1- 800-THE DESK (1-800-843-3375).