Castleberry Accepts Position as WRHS In-House Counsel

Lindsey CastleberryBatesville, Ark. – White River Health System (WRHS) CEO, Gary L. Bebow, has announced the appointment of T. Lindsey Castleberry as in-house legal counsel for WRHS. Castleberry submitted his resignation as Batesville’s City Attorney to Mayor Rick Elumbaugh on Thursday July 2, effective immediately.  The Mayor notified the City Council of the resignation at Monday’s City Council meeting.

As in-house counsel, Castleberry will serve as the legal representative of WRHS.  He will provide legal advice to the WRHS Board of Directors, Medical Staff, Administrators, and Department Directors of the organization in decision-making with regard to risk in areas of healthcare law.  He will review all contractual relationships, provide oversight of external counsel, and provide direct corporate compliance and risk management programs.

“We are pleased to have Lindsey join our leadership team,” said Gary L. Bebow, FACHE, WRHS CEO. “With the growth of our organization and rapidly changing environment, the addition of in-house counsel will be an asset to our organization.”

A Batesville High School graduate, Castleberry, earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas.  He earned a Juris Doctorate from the University Of Arkansas School Of Law and was admitted to the Arkansas Bar in 2007.

 His experience includes private practice and four years as the Batesville City Attorney.

Castleberry and his wife, Deann (Lewallen) Castleberry reside in Batesville.