Chief Human Resources Officer
Founded in 1906, McLeod Health ( www.McLeodHealth.org) is a locally owned and managed non-profit organization supported by the strength of nearly 750 members on the medical staff and more than 1,100 full-time nurses. In addition to its modern facilities, premier technology and equipment, McLeod is dedicated to improving the health of the residents of those communities served. McLeod Health is composed of more than 4,700 full-time employees and over 50 physician practices in eight counties (Florence, Darlington, Dillon, Horry, Lee, Marion and Sumter, all in South Carolina, and Brunswick County, N.C.). With five hospitals, McLeod Health also operates a health and fitness center, sports medicine and outpatient rehabilitation center, a behavioral health center, hospice and home health services.
Experienced Human Resources executive with a history of development and implementation of programs to drive positive employee relations, organizational learning/development, and employee engagement & retention. Inspired by servant leadership and collaborative, team-based environments that shape organizational culture and inspire individual contributions that make a difference. At Palmetto Infusion, I am honored to have the role of Chief Human Resources Officer, allowing me to develop and support programs to take excellent care of our employees, so they can focus on taking excellent care of our patients. Learn more about Palmetto Infusion: As an ambulatory infusion company with an in-home care segment, Palmetto Infusion was among the first in the country to believe that what we had to offer to patients—it was unique, and it was life-altering. That though we might offer infusion treatments for autoimmune diseases, what we’re ultimately offering is hope. Hope that despite receiving a life-changing diagnosis, and at times, an unclear prognosis, that a path to wellness and a real quality of life is possible. And that even in the darkest of moments, hope could be restored. Upon our founding in 1999, it was our hope that if we always operated with empathy, and followed our belief in servant leadership, that we would build a team of nurses, doctors, pharmacists, intake specialists, and front-line staff who take personal ownership over patient health and have great respect and admiration for one another. The business of restoring health is, after all, the business that we’re in. And though it might be our job to help our patients get well, our purpose is much greater. We are caregivers, we are problem solvers, we are doers, we are teachers, and we do what we say we will do. Palmetto Infusion. Restoring Health. Restoring Hope.