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• Simply Physio of Farragut welcomes the newest member of its team, Dr. Cristin Carter, who brings a wealth of experience and specialized training to the clinic.

Carter has been a physical therapist since 2019, treating a variety of diagnoses in the outpatient orthopedic setting.

She will provide her expertise in Simply Physio’s new vestibular and dizziness programs. She holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree, is a certified vestibular therapist and is certified in trigger point dry needling.

• Weichert, Realtors - Advantage Plus in Knoxville has announced Natalie Saunders, Dan Pastor and Kim Bowling have been named the top agents in the office for of May.

Saunders earned the overall Top Agent Award while Pastor and Bowling were named the Top Selling Agent and Top Listing Agent, respectively.

“Natalie, Dan and Kim each went above and beyond to offer outstanding service and fulfill their clients’ needs,” Advantage Plus broker/owner Jeff Grebe said. “We’re very proud to have them on our team, providing the best real estate service in the region.”

• The American Red Cross East Tennessee Chapter has announced George T. “Buck” Lewis will serve as chairman for the Advisory Board of Directors.

Lewis is a shareholder with Baker Donelson and is past president of Tennessee Bar Association, past chairman of Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission and founder of the Institute for Professional Leadership at UT College of Law.

He also served as board chairman for Mid-South Chapter while living in Memphis.

• Fort Loudoun Medical Center announces Bethany Raby, MSN, RN, CPHQ, has been named chief nursing officer of the Lenoir City hospital.

Since joining Covenant Health in 2007, Raby has served in many different leadership roles, including manager of surgical services and interim chief nursing officer at Roane Medical Center, and senior risk manager and interim director of surgical services at Methodist Medical Center.

Raby’s most recent role was senior risk manager for the Covenant Health enterprise. She also has been serving as interim chief nursing officer at Fort Loudoun since March 2024.

Raby’s CNO role is effective immediately and includes oversight of all nursing functions at Fort Loudoun Medical Center.

• First Horizon Corp. recently announced the recipients of the Grants for Good campaign.

Recipients from Knoxville include: Food4Vols, Mental Health Association of East Tennessee, The Restoration House and Wesley House Community Center.

In honor of the bank’s 160th anniversary, First Horizon Foundation awarded $1.6 million to 160 nonprofits across the bank’s 12-state footprint.