Quality, comprehensive, compassionate care for everyone
Kay Cox - Chief Compliance Officer & Counsel
Mrs. Cox graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2011. Before joining Cahaba Medical Care in July 2013, she served as Vice President for Legal and Compliance at Optimal Radiology. Since starting at Cahaba Medical Care Foundation, Ms. Cox’s responsibilities have included daily operations issues, facility lease and purchase negotiations, equipment purchases, and credentialing and insurance enrollment. Ms. Cox has also managed human resources issues, including oversight of payroll, recruiting, and new employee orientation during CMCF’s expansion from 20 employees in 2013 to more than 100 employees in 2016. In 2016, Mrs. Cox transitioned from her role in operations to Chief Compliance Officer, focusing on compliance with HRSA regulations and quality accreditation organization standards, in addition to continuing management of human resources.
Michelle Rogers - Chief Experience Officer
Mrs. Rogers has been a resident of Bibb County for her entire life, and joined Cahaba Medical Care in September of 2013. She graduated with her Bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama in 2002, and obtained her Master’s Degree of Science in 2014. Her duties at Cahaba Medical Care range from human resources and daily operating issues, with a primary focus on employee and patient satisfaction. She and her husband Brett have two children, Sophia and Bronson. She is a member of Brent Baptist Church and serves as a member of the Cahaba Junior Women’s League.
Brittany Shanks - Cahaba Family Medicine Residency Program Coordinator
Mrs. Shanks attended the University of Alabama and served as Chief Operating Officer of Cahaba for more than two years before becoming Program Coordinator of Cahaba's Family Medicine Residency. She stated, "The thing I love most about my job is getting to be a part of training the next generation of family physicians." She grew up in the area is a member of Maplesville Baptist Church. She and her husband, Brandon, have two sons, Bryant and Brooks. When she's not working, she enjoys cooking and baking, bargain hunting and yard sale shopping, singing in the church choir, and watching SEC football. She noted that if she did not work at CMC, she would love to be an ESPN sideline reporter.