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Front Page - Friday, November 9, 2018

Newsmakers: Richardson joins Heart Institute




Kelly Richardson, M.D., has joined the staff of cardiologists at the Chattanooga Heart Institute at CHI Memorial.

Richardson received her medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. She completed her residency and internship in internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and completed fellowships in cardiovascular medicine, electrophysiology and biodesign innovation at Stanford Medical Center.

Richardson is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of Cardiology and the American Board of Electrophysiology. Originally from Chattanooga, Richardson is returning to her hometown from a cardiology practice in California. Information: 423 697-2000, www.chattanoogaheart.com.

Dillingham scores Red Wolves post

The Chattanooga Red Wolves Soccer Club have added Noah Dillingham as ticket sales account executive. Dillingham is responsible for providing ticket solutions and customer service to the Red Wolves SC community.

As ticket sales account executive, Dillingham will serve as the primary contact for ticket packages and will assist the front office in reaching the club’s business goals.

Prior to his role with the Red Wolves, Dillingham worked as an account executive for IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Before his time with UTC, he spent a year as a ticket sales representative for the Nashville Sounds baseball team.

The Nashville native attended Covenant College, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sport administration. There, he served as the assistant sports marketing director from 2015-2017 and was a member of the baseball team. Information: www.chattredwolves.com.

Bridge at Ooltewah adds exec. director

Jill Day has joined The Bridge at Ooltewah, an assisted living facility, as executive director.

Originally from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Day got her start working in cardiac rehab and personal training for a local hospital upon earning a degree in health and human sciences from the University of Southern Mississippi.

Day then transitioned to a wellness director position at Functional Pathways in Knoxville. From there, she took a role with Dominion Senior Living as its regional director of sales and marketing.

Day and her husband, Jason, recently married and moved to Hixson to be closer to family. Day enjoys hiking and competitive bowling.

The Bridge at Ooltewah is located at 5901 Snow Hill Road. Information: CenturyPA.com.

Phillips named to ADEA committee

Tena Phillips, D.D.S., has been appointed to the Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee of the American Dental Education Association. Her three-year term begins in March at the 2019 ADEA Annual Session and Exhibition.

Dr. Phillips, a Chattanooga State Community College faculty member since 2015, serves as an assistant professor in the school’s dental assisting and dental hygiene programs.