Tuesday, January 31
Elizabeth Bosley, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, vice president of patient services and Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), has retired from St. Mary’s Medical Center (SMMC) after more than 42 years of service.
Bosley, a 1980 graduate of the St. Mary’s School of Nursing, began her SMMC career as a nurse in the surgical ICU. In the following years, she served in a number of nursing administration roles, as well as a Critical Care Educator and a School of Nursing faculty member. In 2007, she became vice president of patient services and CNO.
“We truly appreciate Libby’s contributions to both St. Mary’s and the nursing profession,” said Angie Swearingen, COO. “We wish her the very best in retirement.”
“The mission of the Pallottine Sisters was ingrained in me from day one and is now part of who I am,” Bosley said. “St. Mary’s is a huge part of my life and always will be.”
Andy Mullins, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CNL, has been named vice president of patient services and CNO. Mullins has worked in a variety of roles in his 17 years at SMMC, most recently as assistant vice president of nursing and patient services. He has also served as an RN in ICU and surgery, the clinical leader for surgery and the assistant director of surgical services.
“Andy has been a proven leader in nursing at St. Mary’s for many years,” Swearingen said. “His experience will be invaluable to our leadership team, and I look forward to working with him in his new role.”
“St. Mary’s is committed to improving the health and well-being of all we serve,” Mullins said. “I am excited to help fulfill that commitment through this new leadership opportunity.”
Mullins received his Doctor of Nursing Practice and master’s degree in nursing from Ohio University. He received his bachelor’s degree in nursing from Marshall University.
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