Posts Tagged ‘Singing River Health System’

SRHS brings in Wurstner

Singing River Health System recently welcomed Judy Wurstner, RN, BSN, MSM, as chief nursing officer. She began serving in this role September 2011 as interim CNO and was named to the position in July. She brings more than 35 years of nursing leadership with her to SRHS. Wurstner has associate’s and bachelor’s degrees in nursing […] [...]

Clinic adds providers

The board of trustees of Singing River Health System recently welcomed the addition of new providers for SRHS Clinics. Carol Hall, doctor of osteopathic medicine/family medicine, received her medical degree from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. She performed a family medicine residency at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. Hall is board certified […] [...]

SRHS’ Anderson earns certification

by Published: February 27,2011

Tags: Mark Anderson, Singing River Health System

Mark Anderson of Singing River Health System (SRHS) recently qualified as a certified medical review officer assistant. Anderson is a clerical coordinator at SRHS MedWorks, an occupational medicine clinic. Anderson was certified as a medical review officer assistant by the Medical Review Officer Certification Council (MROCC), an independent physician-based certifying body whose MRO Assistant Certification […] [...]

Moving forward

New $2.7-million medical park, wellness center part new construction, improvements At a time when some hospitals are struggling with financial and staffing issues, the Singing River Health System is thriving. Based in Pascagoula, the system includes Singing River Hospital and Ocean Springs Hospital. The system is moving forward with a new $22.7-million medical park and […] [...]

SRHS names new vice presidents

Singing River Health System (SRHS) recently announced the appointments of two vice presidents in nursing. Michael Knotts was named vice president of medical/surgical nursing for SRHS, and Leslie Lyons is vice president of women’s and children’s services. Their responsibilities will span Singing River Hospital and Ocean Springs Hospital. During Knotts’ 13 years with SRHS, he […] [...]

Hospitals present employee honors

Singing River Health System (SRHS) recently honored its Employees of the Month at Singing River Hospital (SRH) and Ocean Springs Hospital (OSH) for February and March. Ocean Springs Hospital has honored Bobby Davis, nurse assistant, Two West, as the February Employee of the Month, and Michael Michaud, PC specialist, information systems, as the March Employee […] [...]

Anderson given seat on board

The Jackson County Economic Development Foundation Inc. (JCEDF) announced that Singing River Health System’s CEO Chris Anderson has been appointed chairman of the board of JCEDF effective immediately. Anderson is the immediate-past vice chairman and is succeeding Merchants and Marine Bank president and CEO Royce Cumbest. Cumbest had served as chairman of the board since […] [...]

SRHS names top employees

Singing River Health System recently honored Brett Shoemaker, Singing River Hospital, and Nancy Useforge, Ocean Springs Hospital, as the November Employees of the Month. Shoemaker, radiologic technician and picture archiving communication system analyst for cardiology and information Systems, graduated from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s radiologic sciences program with an associate degree. He then attended […] [...]

Singing River promotes Walker, honors staff

Singing River Health System (SRHS) has appointed Matt Walker, RN, MSN/MBA, as vice president of neurosciences. After earning his bachelor of nursing degree from Auburn University and being awarded a master of sciences in nursing and a master of business administration from Samford University in Birmingham, Ala, Walker began his healthcare career with SRHS as […] [...]

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