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Kimberly Joy Needham Mashburn, American healthcare administrator. Registered Nurse, Tennessee.


Mashburn, Kimberly Joy Needham was born on March 10, 1957 in St. Charles, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Earl David and Marie Cecelia (Stahlschmidt) Needham.


Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University Tennessee, 1979.


Staff nurse, U. Tennessee Hospital, Knoxville, 1979-1980;pediatric nurse, Doctor Donald Larmee, Knoxville, 1980-1981;staff development coordinator, Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center, Knoxville, 1981-1985;director administrative and support services, Thompson Cancer Survival Center, Knoxville, 1986-1991;director special projects, Fort Sanders Alliance, Knoxville, 1991-1994;director business and network development, Fort Sanders Alliance, Knoxville, 1994-1995;president, Chief Executive Officer, Beacon Health Superior vena cava syndrome, Inc., Chattanogga, since 1995.


Member Childcare advisory board, Knoxville, 1987, Knoxville Junior League, 1988. Member American College Healthcare Executives (associate), American Management Association, Tennessee League for Nursing (chairman 1984-1986), Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Response Knoxville (board directors 1987-1988), American Cancer Society (nursing education committee since 1985, public education chairman 1988-1989, board directors since 1990), Medical Group Management Association, Delta Delta Delta.


Married Douglas Newton Mashburn, December 8, 1979. Children: David Nicholas, Jennifer Marie.