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Neville operations manager at new hospital

Published 7:45pm Tuesday, December 20, 2011

As the new Madison Hospital opens, employees are proud to be taking action in helping.


Cheryl Neville is proud to be on board for making the hospital become a reality.

The majority of Neville’s time is currently spent at Huntsville Hospital.

“I spend lots of time in meetings putting together processes and concepts that will facilitate making the Madison Hospital ready,” said Neville.

Growing up, Neville spent most of her life in the Shoals area. She attended nursing school at Northwest in Phil Campbell. “I became nurse manager of a large pediatric clinic for about eight years,” she said.

Neville has also worked in the home health field taking care of pediatric patients for four years.

Neville said before moving to Huntsville where she became an orthopedic circulator in surgery at Huntsville Hospital, she spent seven years circulating/relief charge before taking the position as clinical manager of orthopedic surgery at Huntsville Hospital.

“I have spent the last two years in this role until accepting the position as operations manager of Madison Hospital,” said Neville.

Neville’s position at Madison Hospital will be the operations manager of surgical services, endoscopy, anesthesia and central supply.

“I will oversee the day-to-day operations of these departments to make sure they function efficiently while providing excellent care to the community in Madison,” Neville said.

Neville said she knew immediately that with the leadership team that was on board for the new hospital, she wanted to make sure she was a part of it as well.

“I currently reside in Hampton Cove with my husband, Bill. I am the proud mom of five children from ages 25 to 6 and one grandchild,” Neville said.

Neville says with five kids most of her free time is spent taking care of her children and traveling.

“We have a home in Park City, Utah, where we love to take our children skiing during the winter,” Neville said. As Neville prepares for her new role, she is looking forward to serving the Madison community.



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