|Sandra Beidelsheis now heads patient care and is WCH chief nursing officer|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 02 July 2013 13:48|
Wood County Hospital earlier this spring named Sandra Beidelsheis as vice president of patient care and chief nursing officer.
Beidelsheis succeeds Carole Matthews, who has served in the same role and retires after 15 years.
Beidelsheis has held management and administrative positions for more than 15 years at health care organizations throughout Ohio, including Knox Community Hospital in Mount Vernon, Mercy Health Partners in Cincinnati, The University Hospital in Cincinnati and Mercy Franciscan Hospital in Cincinnati, as well as Cardinal Health in Chicago, Ill.
In her initial years of practice, she worked in both medical and surgical, as well as perioperative staff nursing roles.
Beidelsheis earned both a master of science in nursing degree and a bachelor of science in nursing degree from the University of Cincinnati.
A strong advocate for professional nursing practice, Beidelsheis serves as the chair for the Legislative and Practice Committee of the Ohio Organization of Nurse Executives. She also serves on advisory boards for a number of nursing programs including the University of Cincinnati and Mt. Vernon Nazarene University.
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