Home health nursing provider Amedisys, Baton Rouge, La. said John Giblin, the companys CFO for the past four months, has resigned, effective last week.
The company named Dale Redman, 59, as interim CFO but said in a news release that it is the companys intent that Mr. Redman will be appointed permanent chief financial officer in the near future.
Amedisys also said it is important to Giblin, 50, to be near Atlanta. We wish John well and would like to thank him for his contributions to Amedisys during his short tenure with us, said William Borne, the companys CEO, in a news release. However, we understand that, in the best interests of his family, it was important for him to be closer to Atlanta at this time.
A spokesman for the company said Giblin accepted an offer to become the CFO at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Tennessee in Chattanooga, which will place him closer to Atlanta. While the changes are immediate, Giblin will stay to help with the transition period until March 2.
Under the terms of Redmans employment, he will receive a base salary of $300,000 per year and will be eligible for an annual bonus of up to 50% of his base salary, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Most recently, Redman served as managing director at Windward Capital Consulting, Baton Rouge.