Northeast Georgia Health System doctors, experts, and community volunteers come together to discuss steps to improve the health of our community.
Meet the Hosts
A Gainesville native, Christy Moore has worked in community health for over 20 years. In her role, she directs the system-wide community health improvement plan to improve the health status of the communities served.
As the Director of Community Health Improvement, Christy is able to navigate complex conversations and connect back to the health of the community.
Christy’s role includes oversight of regional community health needs assessments, resulting in implementation plans and community benefit reporting for all hospital affiliates. She facilitates strategic community partnerships working alongside employees, administration, and community partners to positively impact the health of the people in our region.
Christy earned her bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia and a Master’s of Business Administration with a concentration in healthcare management from Brenau University. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Good News Clinics, Jackson EMC Foundation, and United Way of Hall County. She is a member and Past President of the Rotary Club of South Hall County and a sustainer in the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County, a graduate of Leadership GHA (Georgia Hospital Association), Leadership Hall County, and is a recent recipient of a Silver Shovel Award by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
As a PR and Marketing Specialist dedicated to the NGMC Graduate Medical Education program, Marie has been with the growing residency and fellowship program since the 2019 inaugural class.
With over 15 years experience in healthcare communications, she knows just enough to be dangerous, and will ask those questions we all may be to shy to ask the doctor. You might even have a chuckle or two as you’re learning about the latest perspectives of all things health.
A Long Island native, Marie has lived in Georgia for over 20 years, has evolved into a fan of the SEC, and a regular user of the word “y’all.”