With the upcoming retirement of David Parks, Vice President of Regional & Specialty Services, NHRMC COO Andre Boyd is restructuring his service lines to promote synergy and improve communication and efficiencies.
“This reorganization aligns these departments logically and strategically as our organization continues to expand its footprint and care for more of our community members in southeastern North Carolina,” Boyd said. “The leaders involved in this transition have dedicated themselves to the mission and vision of NHRMC, and I’m excited to imagine all that they can achieve in the years to come.”
Two NHRMC leaders have been promoted to Vice President:
- Ruth Glaser has been named Vice President of Post Acute Services.
- Grant Rush has been named Vice President of Surgical and Cardiac Services.
Post Acute Services
Glaser is now responsible for Post Acute strategy for the health system and continues to oversee Home Health and Pender Memorial.
- Rick O’Donnell has been named Administrator of EMS and Critical Care Transport and reports to Glaser.
- John Popella, Director of Critical Care Transport, now reports to O’Donnell.
David Oehler has been promoted to Clinical Administrator of Surgical Services, and reports to Rush.
- Hannah Lanier has been promoted to Peri Operative Director and reports to Oehler.
- An Inpatient Clinical Director position is being advertised. This position reports to Oehler.
- Jeff Roos continues as Administrator of Anesthesia Services under Rush.
- Desiree Florio has been promoted to Business Administrator of Surgical Services and reports to Rush
Clinical Administrator of Cardiac Services Janet DeLucca reports to Rush.
NHRMC is recruiting a Cardiovascular Administrator, which will report to Rush.
Some service lines were moved under new leaders that most closely align with their roles.
- David Long, Director of Spiritual Care, now reports to Tom Walsh, VP of Facilities Services.
- Christy Spivey, Administrator of Regional Services, reports to Kristy Hubard, Chief Strategy Officer.
- Ashley Helfer, Director of Patient Flow and Bed Management, now oversees the NHRMC Transfer Center.