Marybeth Morrell is an experienced registered nurse with 33 years of experience specializing in cardiothoracic surgery and trauma. She is also an insightful and patient-focused healthcare program manager with a sharp working knowledge of team leadership and best healthcare practices.
Marybeth completed both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing from Western Governors University and earned a certification in clinical research from the University of Delaware. She then completed her post-master’s certification in program management in healthcare from Villanova University and obtained a leadership/personal coach certification from the Universal Coaching Institute.
To achieve optimal growth and achieve ideal patient outcomes, Marybeth consistently strives to improve internal processes, systems, quality of care, and customer service. She provides ongoing education and coaching to medical personnel and collaborates with senior leaders and external partners to streamline improvements. She thrives under high-pressure situations and utilizes a combination of problem-solving and critical-thinking skills
She has been working closely with CHS in different capacities for over 6 years as an international program manager. She has several years of progressive program management experience that includes launching, directing, and managing a $32M medical service program in an austere environment.
Marybeth is currently associated with the American Association Critical-Care Nurses, American Nursing Association, and American Organization of Nurse Executives. She has been bestowed with accolades such as the CHS Corporation Presidential Award 2016 for Outstanding Performance and Lasting Contribution and CHS Corporation 2017 Award for Process Improvement and Innovation, among others. She also received recognition in 2018 for her 30 years of continued excellence in acute/critical care nursing from the AACN Certification Corporation.
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