South Florida Hospital News
Sunday August 25, 2019
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August 2019 - Volume 16 - Issue 2

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Sheri Montgomery is the chief financial officer of Delray Medical Center. She’s responsible for overseeing the financial operations of all departments in the 493-bed acute care hospital. With over 20-years of financial healthcare expertise, Montgomery has an extensive history of working at Delray Medical Center as the hospital’s accounting manager, 

Denver Hopkins is the chief human resources officer for St. Mary’s Medical Center and the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital. With more than 10-years of experience, Hopkins oversees the human resources department of the hospital, along with labor relations and benefits, and works closely with the executive team to lead new strategies for employee engagement and development.

Dr. Rachel Cartwright is the administrative director of Clinical Quality and Improvement at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. As a member of the executive leadership team, Dr. Cartwright is responsible for the development, implementation, and analysis of all quality improvement programs as well as assist staff with formulating corrective action plans 

Charese Crawford is the regional manager of clinical education at Broward Health North where she collaborates with leadership to coordinate continuing education programs.

In September 1989, Patty Husted joined VITAS® Healthcare as a nurse in its inpatient hospice unit in Sunrise, Florida. The hospice and palliative care provider was barely a decade old then and, like Patty, still charting a course through a relatively new segment of the healthcare industry. Only five years prior had VITAS – known then as Hospice Care, Inc. 

In 2009, the Berrin sisters started a not-for-profit organization to help South Florida high school students redefine what it means to be “HIP”. The Health Information Project (HIP) is changing high-school health education by empowering students to be the teachers.

Strength, courage, character, confidence and dignity. Those were the words of encouragement and guidance given to three new physician graduates of Lakeside Medical Center’s Family Medicine Residency Program.

Lee Health recently celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2019 of The Florida State University College of Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program. The residency program, based at Lee Memorial Hospital, was created to address an expected national shortage of primary care physicians. This issue is compounded locally by a rapidly growing aging population.

Florida Atlantic University (FAU) Executive Education is pleased to offer a dynamic five-day interdisciplinary program, Certificate in Healthcare Leadership.

The Florida Department of Health has approved FIU’s Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work and The Academy of International Disaster Preparedness to provide emergency medical technician (EMT) and paramedic educational programs.

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