Crouse Health recently announced that 19 health professionals have graduated from the Crouse’s Future Leaders program, now in its second year. The program provides a pathway for leadership to those in the organization who aspire to enter supervisory or management roles. Those who apply and are accepted into the program attend monthly classes, led by members of the Crouse management team, in areas ranging from finance to emotional intelligence.
“Our goal is to provide as much support and opportunities to our employees as possible,” said CEO Kimberly Boynton. “The Future Leaders program helps prepare interested individuals for the responsibilities that come with leading an organization,” she said, noting her own movement from an entry level position in finance to her current position as chief executive officer.
Graduating from the program are Doreen Boateng-Kennedy, Pomeroy College of Nursing; Nancy Counterman, patient access; Vickie Dimaggio, PACU; Aris Dysert, chemical dependency; Brenda Harrington, NICU; Lauren Hartung, corporate compliance; Charles Klinger, chemical dependency treatment services; Matthew Madonia, CT scan; Susan Mccaffrey, physician assistants; Kristin Merritt, care coordination; Taylor Mizro, respiratory therapy; Rebecca Morgan, purchasing; Jennifer Obremski, patient access; Jessica Parry, physical therapy; Jeannette Rainbow-Galvin, HIM; Jessica Redmond, CMP; Emily Tedesco, radiology; Patricia Sorbello, ICU; and Daniel Vona, Finance.
Photo: Health professionals at Crouse Hospital recently graduated from the hospital’s Future Leaders program, now in its second year. The program helps prepare professionals to take leadership roles within the organization.