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VCU Health appoints inaugural Chief Nursing Executive

This new leadership position will allow for seamless delivery and operations across all of the health system.

Headshot of a woman with brown hair Tina Mammone joined VCU Health in August 2022. (VCU Enterprise Marketing and Communications)

VCU Health has announced the creation and appointment of the first Chief Nursing Executive (CNE) position.

This new leadership position will allow for seamless delivery and operations across the entire health system, with the chief nursing officers at VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital and VCU Health Tappahannock Hospital now working closely with the CNE.

“Nurses are a critical component of hospital care, caring for patients and their families during their stay,” said Marlon Levy, M.D., interim CEO of VCU Health System. “The creation of this role will ensure our nurses are equipped to provide the best level of care to our patients and their families across VCU Health System.”

Tina Mammone, Ph.D., R.N., NEA-BC, was named the inaugural CNE by the VCU Health System Authority Board of Directors this April. Mammone is currently the chief nursing officer for VCU Medical Center and will continue to serve in the role for the time being.

“With her wealth of experience, Mammone is poised to successfully lead our nursing teams throughout the region,” Levy said. “We are excited to see her grow in this important role at VCU Health and share her vast knowledge in progressive nursing practices with our team members.”

Mammone joined VCU Health last August. She previously served as chief nursing officer at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, in Portland, Oregon. In this role, Mammone was credited with improving nursing engagement, recruitment and retention, among many other accomplishments. Under her leadership, Mammone helped decrease turnover rates of registered nurses, including nurses in their first year of employment.

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