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Charles David Stringfield, American hospital administrator. Fellow American College Hospital Administrators; member American Hospital Association, Volunteer Hospitals of America (board directors). Lodges: Kiwanis.

Background

Stringfield, Charles David was born on May 11, 1939 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Son of Ernest Jake Stringfield and Lucille (Lovelace) Birthright.

Education

Bachelor, Vanderbilt University, 1961. Certified teacher, George Peabody College, 1962. Master of Arts in School Administration, George Peabody College, 1964.

Master of Arts in Hospital Administration, Washington University, St. Louis, 1966.

Career

Teacher School District Northern 11, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1962-1964. Administrative assistant, administrative resident Milwaukee County Institutions, Milwaukee, 1965-1966. Executive director Tennessee Nursing Home Association, Nashville, 1966-1967.

Assistant director Tennessee Hospital Association, 1966-1968. Administrative director Baptist Hospital, Inc., 1968-1970, executive vice president, 1970-1982, executive vice president, chief executive officer, 1981-1982, president, chief executive officer, since 1982. President dedication of C. David Springfield Building to Baptist Hospital.

Member governing board Middle-Tennessee Eye Bank Foundation. Board directors NationaBank/Control South, Nashville Health Care Management Foundation/Comprehensive Care Center, 1993.

Membership

Fellow American College Hospital Administrators. Member American Hospital Association, Volunteer Hospitals of America (board directors). Lodges: Kiwanis.

Connections

Married Ruth Dvorak, August 25, 1962. Children– David Fisher, John Lovelace.