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The guest in this episode of The Health Leader Forge is Sheila Woolley, the Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Patient Care Services at Wentworth-Douglass Health System in Dover, New Hampshire. Wentworth-Douglass Health System includes Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, a 178-bed non-profit, acute-care hospital that employs 2,300 individuals with 1,700 FTEs, has 50,000-visits annually, and is a Level III Trauma Center. The Health System also includes Wentworth Health Partners, which include 23 primary care and specialty practices, and two express care facilities. Although Wentworth-Douglass is a community hospital, it has clinical affiliations with world-class academic medical centers that enable patients to access some of the best physicians in the region while staying at home on the New Hampshire Seacoast.
In this podcast they discuss Sheila’s career in nursing, the role of the CNO, how the nursing profession has evolved, and conclude with a discussion about leadership.
The Health Leader Forge
Co-produced by University of New Hampshire College of Health and Human Services (UNH CHHS) and Northern New England Association of Healthcare Executives (NNEAHE).
Woolley, S. "Sheila Woolley, RN, NEA-BC, BSN, MPH, CNO and VP of Patient Care Services at Wentworth-Douglass Health System." Interview by Mark Bonica. Podcast. Health Leader Forge, 1 Jun. 2016. Web. https://soundcloud.com/healthleaderforge/sheila-woolley-cno-and-vp-wentworth-douglass-health-system