Barely 24 hours at the helm of Cornerstone Hospice, new President and CEO Charles Lee listens intently to Polk staff issues during his "Meet 'n Greet" at the nonprofit's Polk operations center in Winter Haven. Making a point to the new CEO is, from left, Deb Harley executive director for Hospice's Polk-Hardee-Highlands region; nurse Pat Ludemann, patient care supervisor; Lee and Dr. Lucy W. Ertenberg , vice president and chief medical officer for the seven-county healthcare organization.
Cornerstone Hospice staff members, all Polk County residents of the Hispanic Care Team review roster of bilingual patients and families requiring assistance at the nonprofits operations center in Winter Haven. From left is social worker Brenda Torres, social worker Sylvia Leddy, registered nurse and clinical liaison Vivian Norrell, nurse and admissions manager Violet Argo, licensed practicing nurse Darlene McSwain, and chaplain Orlando Rodriguez. Not pictured is members of the Highlands branch of the Hispanic Care Team: Diana Perkins, Elizabeth Bryant, and Maria Serapio Rojas.
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Janet Fansler, Evan Jones and Mary Ford were all promoted at Lakeland Regional Medical Center “to fulfill the health system’s expanding mission and vision,” the president said.
“The principle behind these promotions is our transformative vision in becoming a clinician-led health system committed to raising the quality of healthcare while lowering the cost, and in so doing, improving the health of the broad communities we serve,” he said.
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