Sadiant Health Appoints Jamie Threadgill Chief Operating Officer
FORT WORTH (August 26, 2019) – Sadiant Health, the leading on-demand healthcare staffing solution, is pleased to announce Jamie Threadgill has been appointed chief operating officer (COO).
Jamie joined Sadiant in January 2019 as the vice president of development. With her promotion to COO, she is responsible for the daily operations of the company, overseeing the hiring and staffing process of the Sadiant Health team.
“Jamie is a vital part of our company and is responsible for the increase in new hires and job placement growth we’ve experienced this year,” said Sadiant Chief Executive Officer, Sarah Snetzer. “This appointment is a strategic investment in our future. As COO, Jamie will continue her personal involvement in the operations of the company, ensuring our team remains strong as we grow.”
Jon Kurth, who previously held the COO position, will move to a new role as chief financial officer (CFO). According to Snetzer, this move fills a critical position in the executive committee and appropriately divides responsibilities among the team.
“When we were in startup mode, our leadership team was required to wear many hats,” said Snetzer. “Now that we’re setting up for significant growth, it’s the perfect time to realign responsibilities by appointing Jon to CFO. Jon has been with Sadiant from the beginning and the foundation he’s built has set us up for tremendous success.”
Jamie has more than 20 years’ experience in recruiting, business development and finance. Before joining Sadiant, she was the President of Innvotech Global Solutions, a full-service professional staffing firm. She received her bachelor’s degree in management information systems and finance from the University of Texas at Dallas.
About Sadiant Health
Sadiant Health is the leading tech-enabled on-demand healthcare staffing solution. Champions for flexible working, higher pay for nurses and lower costs for healthcare facilities, Sadiant is transforming the nurse staffing industry with its app and portal that connect nurses and healthcare facilities directly – removing the middleman. Sadiant was founded by nurses who created an on-demand solution so healthcare facilities can maintain critical staffing ratios needed to provide the best patient care possible. With its team of qualified nurses, serving healthcare facilities across Texas, Sadiant is improving healthcare one shift at a time.
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