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Campbell named president of Brookville Hospital
Thursday, January 26, 2012
BROOKVILLE - Rose Campbell has been named as president of Brookville Hospital, according to Raymond A. Graeca, CEO of Penn Highlands Healthcare, the hospital's parent company.
She replaces John Sutika who held this position until becoming president of DuBois Regional Medical Center in July 2011. Gary Macioce has been interim president and will remain at the hospital in that capacity until a new CNO is hired.
Like Sutika, Campbell will be an employee of DRMC as part of the hospitals' 2007 agreement to have DRMC oversee management of Brookville Hospital.
She will be responsible for overseeing this 35-bed, critical access hospital, and its 253 employees.
"Rose has distinguished herself over the years as an outstanding leader," Graeca said. "It's no surprise to anyone who knows Rose that she has been chosen from a diverse group of candidates to become the president of Brookville Hospital."
Campbell has been with Brookville Hospital since 2008 as its vice president of patient services and chief nursing officer where she worked with management and staff for oversight and direction of patient care throughout the hospital.
"Her knowledge of and commitment to Brookville Hospital is an asset to the hospital and the community," Graeca added. "She has become a great advocate for Brookville Hospital, its employees and its physicians. Her oversight and hands-on approach to quality initiatives over the last three years has helped elevate Brookville Hospital to a new level of care. We are sure that the hospital will thrive under her leadership and guidance in this important new role."
Campbell has been with DRMC since November 1998 when she was hired as DRMC's Hahne Regional Cancer Center administrative manager. In July 2004, she gained additional responsibilities as the administrative manager of Breast Care Services, and in January 2005, she took on the responsibility as the administrative manager of the Nathaniel D. Yingling Cancer Center in Clearfield, a joint venture radiation oncology program established by Clearfield Hospital and DRMC.
Campbell is a past member of the Society of Radiation Oncology Administrators, the Oncology Nursing Society and the National Consortium of Breast Centers. She is a current member of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society and the American Organization of Nurse Executives.
She received her bachelor's degree in nursing and her master's degree in business administration, both from St. Francis University. She has over 20 years of nursing and healthcare business experience.
"I am honored to be selected to lead Brookville Hospital and look forward to continuing to provide excellent care and service to our community," Campbell said. "I am proud of our accomplishments and believe we are well positioned to meet the challenges facing healthcare today."
Campbell is past-president of the Tri-County Church of God Leadership Team in DuBois, past-president of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses and a past member of the DuBois Penn State Educational Foundation.
A native of Colver, she lives in DuBois with her husband, Terry Campbell.
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