Cartersville, GA; March 21, 2012: Cartersville Medical Center recently announced Debra Highfield has been named Nurse Manager for Progressive Care Services, including its Outpatient Treatment Unit. Highfield is a registered nurse with nineteen years of experience, including cardiovascular, medical-surgical and neonatal nursing.
“Debbie is very much a patient and staff advocate,” said Miriam Eide, chief nursing officer. “She leads by example, has excellent interpersonal relations skills and incorporates a collaborative, team approach into her management style.”
Highfield received an associate of science degree from Kennesaw State University.
She and her husband live in Cartersville and have five grown children and thirteen grandchildren.
About Cartersville Medical Center
Cartersville Medical Center, a 112-bed acute care hospital accredited by the Joint Commission and recently named Accredited Chest Pain Center, is a facility of Redmond Regional Health System in Northwest Georgia. Cartersville Medical Center now offers da Vinci gynecological and urological robotic surgery and was named a Top Performing Hospital in 2011 by the Joint Commission based upon key quality measures. Acworth Medical Plaza – including Acworth Immediate Care and Acworth Imaging Center – and The Hope Center, a regional cancer treatment facility, are healthcare entities of Cartersville Medical Center.
For more information about programs and services offered at Cartersville Medical Center, The Hope Center or Acworth Medical Plaza, call MedLine at (800) 242-5662 or visit www.cartersvillemedical.com.