Centennial Medical Center is proud to announce the addition of Leigh Mangum to the hospital’s administrative team. Mangum joined the medical center as Vice President of Human Resources in June 2010.    

Prior to joining Centennial Medical Center, Mangum served as the Vice President of Human Resources at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Georgia, an HCA facility. She also held the position of Director of Human Resources at Doctors Hospital. In her current role as Vice President of Human Resources at Centennial Medical Center, Mangum will provide leadership and coordination of the hospital’s human resource functions, in addition to development and implementation of corporate human resource strategies and programs.

“We are pleased that Leigh is now a part of our Centennial Medical Center family,” said Tom Herron, chief executive officer and president of Centennial Medical Center. “Her expertise and considerable knowledge in human resources will be a great asset as we strive to continue to be a hospital that is an employer of choice in the area, by providing a healthy work environment that fosters the development of employees who are passionate about what they do and the patients they serve.”

Mangum received a Bachelor of Science degree in Consumer Studies with a minor in Business Administration at Middle Tennessee University, and later completed her Masters of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.  She formerly served as a Board Member for Junior Achievement in Augusta, Georgia as well as a member of the Augusta area Hospital Personnel Association and Augusta/Aiken SHRM. Mangum is currently affiliated with the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), American Society of Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA), and Middle Tennessee Society of Human Resources Management (MTSHRM).

Mangum and her husband of 16 years have three children and reside in Christiana, Tenn.

Centennial Medical Center, part of HCA/TriStar Health System, is a 657-bed facility that is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). One of Tennessee’s most complete medical facilities, the hospital campus is home to The Sarah Cannon Cancer Center at Centennial, The Women’s Hospital at Centennial, Centennial Heart Center as well as Parthenon Pavilion, one of the oldest and largest full-service psychiatric facilities in the region. Round-the-clock care is also available at Centennial Medical Center at Ashland City, a critical access hospital in nearby Cheatham County. To learn more, visit TriStarHealth.com and click on Centennial Medical Center or call 800-242-5662.