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Good Samaritan Medical Center Appoints New Chief Nursing Officer

Feb 6, 2017

West Palm Beach, Fla. (February 6, 2017) – Good Samaritan Medical Center welcomes Cheryl Wild RN, MSN, MBA, as its new chief nursing officer. In her new role, she will be responsible for overseeing and coordinating the daily operations of Good Samaritan Medical Center’s nursing departments. She will ensure that the hospital’s tradition of delivering high quality patient care is consistently maintained.

“There is a time-honored tradition of respecting the role of nurses in comforting us in our times of need.” said CEO Mark Nosacka. “Cheryl is an excellent example of a nurse who cares for her patients, is committed to high quality care, and because of her experience and dedication, can lead other nurses in caring for our patients.  We welcome her to Good Samaritan.”

Cheryl has nearly 30 years of healthcare experience. She has held a variety of executive nursing positions throughout her career, most recently serving as the interim director for Clinical Research in south Florida; Coastal Region and for four years as the assistant chief nursing officer at sister hospital, Delray Medical Center.  She oversaw research for various programs for the region including, neuroscience, cardiac and trauma.  As the assistant chief nursing officer, Wild was responsible for assuring safe and appropriate nursing care as well as clinical staff competency.  Previously, Wild worked as Delray’s director of cardiac telemetry services and director of medical oncology and medical surgical services.

Wild earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Trenton State College and earned her Master of Business Administration from Trinity University.  Wild then earned her Master of Science in Nursing Leadership and Health Systems Management from Drexel University.  She is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Association of Clinical Research Professionals and the Oncology Nursing Society. 

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