Naomi Seymour is the Assistant Chief Nursing Officer for Good Samaritan Medical Center. Seymour’s responsibilities include assisting the CNO in executive-level management of resources, strategic planning, and development of policies and procedures that align with the mission and vision of the hospital. Seymour has been working in the nursing profession for over 20 years and has worked as a director in several areas of nursing including, critical care, oncology, pediatrics, and neonatal services. Prior to her time at Good Samaritan Medical Center, Seymour worked at Johnston-Willis Hospital in Richmond, Virginia as the Assistant Chief Nursing Officer. While there, Seymour oversaw special projects and initiatives in various nursing departments. She also worked to develop programs and improve the patients experience as well as enhance patient satisfaction. Seymour earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from SUNY College at Oswego, in Oswego, NY, and then graduated from St. Joseph’s Hospital School of Nursing in Syracuse, NY. She then received her Master’s in Management from Keuka College in Keuka Park, NY. Seymour went on to graduate with a Masters in Nursing from the University of Phoenix. Seymour also graduated from an executive development program from Harvard Business Publishing.