Media release: Floyd has announced several changes in Imaging Services as it works to continue its care in Northwest Georgia and Northeast Alabama.
Aimee Griffin has been promoted to Director of Imaging Services for Floyd Medical Center, Polk Medical Center and Cherokee Medical Center. Griffin is known to many in the community as the Director of The Breast Center at Floyd, a position she will keep. She has worked at Floyd for 17 years.
“This expanded role will include operations/business oversight and strategic development of the Imaging Departments at each hospital,” said David Early, Vice President of Support Services and Operations for Floyd.
Ches Ely, who has been with Floyd for 12 years, will serve as the Assistant Director for Imaging Services. Ely will be located at Floyd Medical Center and will provide technical and operational support for all facilities.
Rhonda Young will act as the Imaging Services Department Manager for Floyd Cherokee Medical Center. Young has more than 35 years of experience in multiple imaging modalities.She most recently served as the Resource Technologist for The Breast Center at Floyd and asa licensed driver for Floyd’s Mobile Mammography Coach.
Shaunda Farrington-Hardwick recently joined Floyd and will serve as the Imaging Services Department Manager for Floyd Polk Medical Center. She has 29 years of imaging services experience and was the Imaging Science Department Chair at South College.
My Floyd Baby is a new mobile app that helps moms-to-be and moms keep track of pregnancy milestones, baby, toddler and child development, and health care checks for the entire family. My Floyd Baby features a pregnancy tracker that includes how much the baby grows from week to week, the changes mom can expect with her body and a fetal movement tracker to follow how often the baby kicks. The app also gives reminders to register for a childbirth class, schedule a hospital tour at Floyd Medical Center and to make a prenatal visit with Floyd Pediatrics. To download now, text “Floyd” to 706.222.7858. The app can also be found by searching for My Floyd Baby in the Apple App Store and in the Google Play Store for Android users. Expanded report