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MMC Announces Denise Flanagan as Chief Operating Officer

November 22nd, 2019
 

On November 1, 2019 Denise Flanagan was elevated to the position of Chief Operating Officer of Murfreesboro Medical Clinic & SurgiCenter.

“This promotion was earned over the past several years as Denise has assumed a much larger role in the operations front of MMC,” said Joey Peay, CEO of Murfreesboro Medical Clinic. “Denise has been an integral part of our success over the years as she is always willing to take on challenging assignments and assume greater responsibilities. For example, she oversaw our most recent special project –the design and construction of our Shelbyville Pike office.”

Flanagan began her career at MMC 30 years ago in the General Surgery Department. Over those 30 years, she held several roles including receptionist, administrative assistant, office manager and Director of Operations. Now as COO, she is responsible for planning,organizing and directing operational activities in the Clinic’s 19 clinical departments, as well as its ancillary service and support departments.

“I am grateful for the opportunities I’ve been afforded during my career at MMC and am excited to continue to serve in my new role as Chief Operating Officer,” said Flanagan.  “As our community continues to grow, there is not a shortage of exciting challenges ahead as MMC strives to grow with it. I look forward to meeting those challenges head-on.”

Flanagan is a member of Medical Group Management Association, a Nominee of the American College of Medical Practice Executives and a graduate of the 2007 Leadership Rutherford Class.  She served on the Leadership Rutherford Council from 2007-2010 and served for 7 years on the Board of Directors for the American Red Cross Heart of Tennessee Chapter.  She and her husband, Greg, and their daughter, Kaylee, live in the Lascassas community.

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