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Motley named CFO of Haywood Regional Medical Center

Amanda Pruitt Motley. File photo Amanda Pruitt Motley. File photo

Haywood Regional Medical Center has named Amanda Pruitt Motley as its new chief financial officer, effective Jan. 8, 2024. With more than 12 years’ experience in private and healthcare finance, Motley joins Haywood Regional from Highpoint Health System in Tennessee, where she previously served as interim market CFO. 

During her time as interim market CFO at Highpoint Health System, Motley oversaw forecasting, financial reporting and compliance for a 227-bed, three-hospital system. Prior to her role as interim CFO, Motley served as CFO for Riverview Medical Center and Trousdale Medical Center, directing the executive leadership of finance, supply chain and revenue departments for two critical access facilities. Motley has served in several capacities across Lifepoint Health including roles as a financial analyst, director of finance and controller before her promotion to chief financial officer.

Motley has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s in accountancy from Averett University in Danville, Virginia.

“I knew when I met the team at Haywood that this was where I needed and wanted to be,” Motley said. “The employees at the facility and senior leadership are dedicated to ensuring the delivery of quality care. I am honored to be a part of this team and look forward to continuing the great work that has been happening this year. I am excited to be in Western North Carolina and look forward to becoming part of the Haywood community.”

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