By Josh Mitchell
Corinth Today News Editor
Angela Nowlin, who served as chief operating officer for Magnolia Regional Health Center, is no longer employed with the organization, according to hospital spokesman Ben Tucker.
Tucker said he did not have any information on why Nowlin is no longer with the publicly owned Corinth hospital.
Nowlin’s employment with MRHC ended as of Thursday night when a board meeting was held, Tucker said.
Tucker said Nowlin had served as chief operating officer of MRHC for the four and a half years he has been with the hospital, but he did not know the full length of her tenure.
This is the second major administration change at the hospital in about the past five months.
Former Chief Financial Officier Brian Craven announced his resignation in August. Craven had served in that role about five years.
The hospital has not yet appointed a new chief financial officer or chief operating officer.
Ronny Humes is the CEO and president of MRHC.
The hospital is jointly owned by the city of Corinth and Alcorn County.