Robbie Hindman Named Chief Nursing Officer of Princeton Baptist Medical CenterMar 8, 2019
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (March 8, 2019) - Robbie Hindman has been named Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) of Princeton Baptist Medical Center. In addition, she serves as Group CNO of Tenet Health’s Alabama and Tennessee operations. Prior to this permanent appointment, Hindman served as Interim CNO at Princeton Baptist since May 2018. She joined the Brookwood Baptist Health family in 2000 as Executive Director of Operations of Walker Baptist Medical Center and was later named CNO in 2012.
Prior to joining Brookwood Baptist Health, Hindman was part of the Druid City Health (DCH) System in Tuscaloosa, Ala. During her healthcare tenure, she opened one of the facility’s first home health agencies and also worked in hospice care and a durable medical equipment agency.
Hindman obtained her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Mississippi University for Women and her master’s degree from Faulkner University. Besides her mission to improve patient quality and safety, as well as overall patient experience, she served on the Nursing Board Selection Committee of Bevill State Community College and the Birmingham Regional Emergency Medical Services System (BREMSS) Board.
According to Mike Neuendorf CEO, Princeton Baptist Medical Center, “To officially welcome Robbie into the role of CNO at Princeton Baptist Medical Center is a natural transition for such a well-respected, talented team member. Robbie has worked in nursing for more than 36 years, and we are privileged to have a seasoned leader to expand upon the quality care delivered by the Princeton Baptist team.”