Cleveland Clinic names executive chief nursing officer

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Cleveland Clinic has tapped Meredith Foxx, APRN, MSN, as executive chief nursing officer of its Stanley Shalom Zielony Institute for Nursing Excellence, according to a statement made Oct. 22..

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Thursday, October 22nd, 2020

” Meredith is an accomplished and well-respected leader within our company,” Dr. Hancock said in a declaration. “She is dedicated to nursing excellence and will continue to build on our credibility as one of the leading nursing companies in the country.”.

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Ms. Foxx made her MBA from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and a masters degree in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She is licensed as a medical nurse expert and a nurse practitioner in pediatrics

Ms. Foxx has served in the position on an interim basis considering that June when Kelly Hancock, DNP, RN, was called chief caretaker officer, the health system stated. Ms. Foxx will be accountable for Cleveland Clinics Stanley Shalom Zielony Institute for Nursing Excellence, which manages the practice and education of about 28,000 nursing caregivers.

Ms. Foxx is a 16-year veteran of Cleveland Clinic, most just recently serving as associate chief nursing officer of sophisticated practice nursing and nursing quality and practice. Cleveland Clinic said she likewise has led nursing quality and practice integration into the health systems newly gotten healthcare facilities.