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GSMC Appoints New Administrative Director of Clinical Operations

Jan 8, 2018
West Palm Beach, Fla. (January 8, 2018) – Good Samaritan Medical Center promotes Melissa Leamon to the position of Administrative Director of Clinical Operations. In her new role, she will be responsible for overseeing daily nursing operations including, education, nursing supervision, the PICC team, clinical informatics and the intensive care unit.  Leamon will also focus heavily on patient experience; improve efficiencies of care and clinical program development.

“We are very pleased to have Melissa as a part of the Good Sam team to provide additional leadership for the services we provide to our patients,” said Tara McCoy, hospital chief executive officer. “We feel confident that her passion for healing and her expertise of our clinical services will be an invaluable asset at Good Samaritan Medical Center. 
Prior to her most recent appointment at Good Samaritan, Leamon served as the director of the intensive care unit.  Before joining the team at Good Samaritan, Leamon was the clinical manager of the neuro ICU at sister hospital Delray Medical Center.  
Leamon received her AS in Nursing at Palm Beach Community College.  She then received her BSN in Nursing from Florida Atlantic University.  Leamon is certified in both stroke care and adult critical care. 

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