Salvus Center, Inc. has announced that Jennifer Flanagan is the new President/CEO of the organization. Flanagan assumed her new role April 1.
"I am honored to join Salvus Center, Inc. I have watched as the organization has grown its services in our community over the last eleven years and I am excited to continue that expansion," said Flanagan. "I hope to reach out to all areas of Sumner County to let folks know about our services."
Salvus Center is a faith-based community clinic that provides medical and dental care to those who live or work in Sumner County and have no insurance. In partnership with TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center, Sumner Regional Medical Center and specialty physicians throughout the area, Salvus Center has provided care in over 50,000 patient visits. Salvus Center has partnered with HOPE Family Medical Clinic of Westmoreland to increase dental services, now caring for patients four days per week.
Bill Mize, Board Chair of Salvus Center, said, "The Board of Directors is pleased to welcome Jennifer to our organization. We know of her work with other area non-profits and are excited about the talents and skills she brings to Salvus Center."
Flanagan is a veteran of the nonprofit sector having served the American Heart Association, the YMCA and United Way. She is a graduate of the College of William and Mary and serves as an Adjunct Professor of English at Volunteer State Community College. She serves and has served on various boards in Sumner County including Sumner County Family YMCA, Habitat for Humanity, Friends of the Gallatin Library, Leadership Sumner and GFWC Woman's Club of Hendersonville.