Rebecca is a Shareholder in Maynard Nexsen’s Health Care practice group. An experienced attorney, her practice centers on guiding clients through the healthcare law landscape, providing direction and advice on a wide range of litigation, transactional, and regulatory matters.

A primary focus of Rebecca's practice is assisting healthcare clients to comply with state Certificate of Need (CON) and facility licensure regulations. Rebecca supports clients throughout the CON review process, from preparing the initial application to opposing the CON applications of competing healthcare facilities that could negatively impact her clients' operations and representing her clients throughout any subsequent appellate proceedings. Rebecca is particularly knowledgeable about the state regulatory requirements concerning diagnostic imaging, ambulatory surgery, home health and infusion services, inpatient rehabilitation, and megavoltage radiation therapy services.

Rebecca also provides guidance to individual physicians, group practices, and other healthcare practitioners concerning licensure and scope of practice.  Among other things, Rebecca routinely advises her clients on requirements concerning physician supervision of midlevel practitioners, telemedicine, and the unauthorized practice of medicine.

With respect to healthcare transactions, Rebecca works with clients on the applicable state and federal notifications and approvals that must be obtained when there is a change in ownership, a merger or acquisition, or a new provider entity.

Rebecca also has extensive experience in complex commercial litigation matters in state and federal courts, including securities litigation and corporate governance, contract disputes, business torts, product liability defense, and healthcare litigation.  Rebecca's experience in complex litigation matters has been invaluable to her healthcare practice, and she has represented healthcare clients at multiple administrative trials and other proceedings during which she has given opening statements, offered legal arguments, and conducted direct and cross examinations. Rebecca has also represented clients in a wide variety of subject areas, including securities class actions and shareholder derivative lawsuits, contract disputes, business torts and product liability defense.

Rebecca holds a J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Georgia School of Law, where she was a member of the Order of the Coif and Order of the Barristers. She earned her B.A. in Political Science, cum laude, from Furman University.

Community & Professional

  • Episcopal School of Knoxville, Engage and Celebrate Committee Chairs
  • UGA Alumni Association, Knoxville Chapter, Vice President
  • State Bar of Georgia
  • State Bar of Tennessee



  • State Bar: Georgia, Tennessee


  • Hon. J. Randal Hall
    U.S. District Court, Southern District of Georgia
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