In her new role, Huddleston is responsible for the implementation, ongoing management and strategic growth of the center.
She works closely with the hospital and focuses on continuous program performance improvement.
Huddleston has worked in healthcare for over 12 years, 5 of those with Diversified, a company that manages several Wound Clinics including the one at Redmond.
Huddleston previously served as program director at The Center for Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine at Bristol Regional Medical Center in Tennessee and at The Comprehensive Wound Healing Center at East Georgia Regional Medical Center in Statesboro, Georgia.
She earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Georgia Southern University and completed a Nursing Case Management course at the University of Tennessee.
She is currently pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration from Walden University. She has also worked as a CPR Instructor, Certified Childbirth Educator and Certified Lactation Counselor.
“Healing patients in such an innovative way is the best part of my job. Hyperbaric Therapy has been so beneficial to many of the patients that I have worked with,” Huddleston said. “I also consider quality customer service to be one of the most important components of a successful business and a successful life, and I make it my priority each day.”
Outside of work, Huddleston has been active with several community service organizations including the American Red Cross, the Refuge Domestic Violence Shelter and Highlands Fellowship Church of Abingdon, VA. She enjoys gardening, sewing, cooking and various crafts.
Huddleston and her husband Kevin have five children, two grandchildren and have relocated to Rome.