New Nursing Administrator Enhances Clinical Leadership

Chief Nursing Officer Mari Timlin Joins Gritman

An experienced clinical leader is taking the helm of a vital nursing position at Gritman Medical Center.

Mari Timlin was hired this fall as Gritman’s Chief Nursing Officer to lead the hospital’s nurses and nursing teams in providing exceptional care to patients.

Timlin initially joined Gritman as the hospital’s Interim Chief Nursing Officer this summer, quickly demonstrating her significant knowledge and leadership as a member of the hospital’s clinical staff. She has been extremely effective as a nursing leader throughout her career, including 15 years of health care leadership and eight years leading the nursing staff in one of the nation’s Top 20 rural hospitals. Prior to her appointment at Gritman, Timlin most recently served as a health care executive with Unicoi County Hospital in Tennessee.

We at Gritman are excited to welcome such an accomplished nursing leader into our Gritman Family.

Gritman nursing teams, respiratory therapists, providers and staff provide individualized and compassionate care to coronavirus patients in a dedicated covid-19 care unit at the hospital.
Chief Nursing Officer Mari Timlin leads the nursing teams here at the hospital. Pictured are Gritman nurses, respiratory therapists, providers and staff who provide individualized and compassionate care to coronavirus patients in a dedicated COVID-19 care unit at the hospital.