MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL’S HUBBARD RETIRES AFTER 44 YEARS OF SERVING IN NURSING



Mary Sue Hubbard retirement

After 27 years of service to Murray-Calloway County Hospital and a total of 44 years in nursing, Mary Sue Hubbard retired in November 2017.  

Hubbard served as the Director and Risk Manager at Murray-Calloway County Hospital, and was named as a Governor’s Service Awards recipient earlier this year.

She worked in various roles throughout MCCH during her 27 years and worked a total of 44 years as a registered nurse (RN). She received her BSN from Murray State University and earned an advanced certification in Healthcare Quality. She is also a member of several professional organizations including the Kentucky Association for Healthcare Quality, National Association for Healthcare Quality, and the Kentucky Society for Healthcare Risk Management.

Hubbard is Kentucky Colonel, a member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, where she serves in a variety of leadership roles, and attends Elm Grove Baptist Church. She is married to Ronnie, her husband of 49 years, and they have four children and nine grandchildren. During her marriage, she and Ronnie have served in the community as foster parents, hosts for international student, civic organizations, Boy Scouts of America, numerous school and church volunteer roles, and board appointments.

Pictured above:  Hubbard with her husband Ronnie and their family.