Nashville, TN - TriStar Skyline Madison Campus, a behavioral health facility of TriStar Skyline Medical Center, announced today the appointment of its chief operating officer. Mark Fisher has assumed the role overseeing operations for the 121-bed facility offering treatment for substance abuse and mental health issues amongst adolescents, adults and seniors.
“Mark Fisher’s healthcare leadership experience and his passion for making a difference in the lives of our staff, the communities we serve and our patients truly sets him apart as a servant leader,” said Steve Otto, chief executive officer at TriStar Skyline and TriStar Skyline Madison. “He is passionate about expanding awareness on mental health and has the ability to inspire our staff to uphold to our mission of above all else, being committed to the care and improvement of human life.”
Fisher served as the assistant administrator at TriStar Skyline for ten years before being named the chief operating officer for TriStar Skyline Madison. “The care, commitment and compassion that the staff at TriStar Skyline Madison shows to our patients is unbelievable. They treat each patient and each coworker as though it’s their family,” said Fisher. “I am excited to work with our expert team of psychiatrists, nurses and ancillary staff in addition to community organizations to provide resources for those in need of behavioral health services.”
In his new role, Fisher will be responsible for operations of the facility as well as the integration of psychiatric services into the operation of both TriStar Skyline and TriStar Skyline Madison.
Fisher also oversees ethics and compliance for both campuses and sits on HCA’s Ethics and Compliance Officer Advisory Committee.
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