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Sonora Quest Laboratories VP of Business Development Joins Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Tuesday, March 01, 2016   |   Category: Sonora Quest News

TEMPE, Ariz. (March 1, 2016) – Christina Noble, vice president of business development at Sonora Quest Laboratories, has joined the board of directors at the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.

The Chamber’s board focuses on critical issues for the organization’s membership and the Greater Phoenix community, including providing valuable resources for local businesses, strengthening the quality of life in the Valley and keeping members informed, connected and prosperous. 

“The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce is honored to include Christina as member of its board of directors,” said Todd Sanders, president and CEO of the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. “She brings a wealth of knowledge to the board with her tremendous experience in wellness and bioscience in this era of health care consumerism. I look forward to collaborating with her on issues critical to the sustainability of our 2,500+ member businesses and to facilitate the growth of our local economy.” 

Noble joined Sonora Quest Laboratories in 2012 and is responsible for overall customer experience and loyalty of the company, including revenue retention, growth, business development, payer relationship management, marketing and branding strategy. Noble leads a team of 40 colleagues located throughout Arizona and manages more than 6,000 customers and revenues of $270 million. 

“I’m honored to be a part of the Chamber’s board and to share my health and bioscience expertise with the organization,” said Christina Noble, vice president of business development for Sonora Quest Laboratories. “My understanding of the health care industry and professional experience with Sonora Quest Laboratories—a finalist for the 29th Annual IMPACT Awards—will help me lead and inspire the Valley’s business community.” 

Prior to joining Sonora Quest Laboratories, Noble served as area vice president for CVS Health. In this role, Noble successfully managed a team of more than 50 colleagues nationally and oversaw budgets up to $4 million annually. 

Noble holds a dual bachelor's degree in economics and international studies from Scripps College in Claremont, California. In 2010, she completed Boston University's prestigious financial planning certification program and went on to successfully secure her Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Certification in 2011.

 

About Sonora Quest Laboratories
Sonora Quest Laboratories, a joint venture between Banner Health and Quest Diagnostics (NYSE: DGX), is part of the nation's largest integrated laboratory system with approximately 3,000 employees serving more than 23,000 patients every day throughout Arizona. Sonora Quest Laboratories is the market share leader in clinical laboratory testing in Arizona, performing more than 57 million diagnostic tests per year. Sonora Quest Laboratories offers a local comprehensive test menu which encompasses routine, molecular, prescription drug monitoring, cytogenetic, and pathology testing services. Ninety-eight percent of all testing is performed at our primary testing facilities located in Tempe, Tucson, Flagstaff, Prescott and Yuma. Sonora Quest Laboratories is accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) which is the gold standard in laboratory accreditation, helping laboratories to maintain accuracy of test results and ensure accurate patient diagnosis. This accreditation ensures the highest standard of care for all laboratory patients as CAP inspectors examine laboratory staff qualifications, equipment, facilities, safety program and records, and overall management. www.sonoraquest.com.

 

About the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce

Representing 2,500 businesses across Metropolitan Phoenix, the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce is Arizona’s oldest and largest Chamber. The Chamber supports the growth and development of business by offering networking and marketing opportunities, money-saving programs and a voice in government, keeping its members informed, connected and prosperous. The Chamber also enhances members’ success by promoting economic development, entrepreneurship and a connection to the community.