Ms. Hiddleson is the Director of the Emory eICU Center. She completed her master’s degree in Clinical Nurse Leadership from the University of Alabama in 2013. She is a member of The Society of Critical Care Medicine, The American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Georgia Nurses Association, American Telemedicine Association, American Organization of Nurse Executives and the Georgia Association of Nurse Leaders. She is also an active a member of Sigma Theta Tau International and a member of the Tele ICU steering committee for SCCM. Ms. Hiddleson joined Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital in 1991 and has held various positions including 18 years in the Medical Surgical ICU as the daily charge nurse, critical care resource nurse and Administrative Supervisor/Flow Coordinator before her current position. She has extensive experience related to critical care, patient logistics, and patient flow/throughput. Ms. Hiddleson was directly responsible for the development of the Emory eICU Center and continues to have clinical and operational oversight of the program. She has lead the implementation of an international program involving intercontinental delivery of tele critical care services for Emory eICU patients. Ms. Hiddleson speaks internationally on the topic of critical care delivery and telehealth. She is committed to advancing innovative care delivery methods related to Tele ICU and telehealth nationally and internationally, to promote quality care for all patients regardless of location.