Tuesday, June 16
Campbell named Mountain Health Network CNO
Regina Campbell, RN, MSN, has been named the System Chief Nursing Officer (CNO). Campbell has served as the interim CNO since August 2019.
In her role, Campbell serves as the system champion for safe and high-quality nursing care and leads the development of the vision and strategy for nursing care across MHN. Campbell is also the Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer for Cabell Huntington Hospital (CHH).
“Having a nursing voice on our leadership team is extremely important and Regina has fulfilled that crucial role,” said Michael Mullins, FACHE, president and CEO, MHN. “Her leadership has been integral to the system during the pandemic and so I am pleased to announce her permanent position. I look forward to continuing to work with her on nursing strategies that align with our system mission and vision.”
A graduate of St. Mary’s School of Nursing, Campbell received her bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University and her master’s degree from Bellarmine College in Louisville. She was previously the director of St. Mary’s Regional Heart Institute, overseeing its tremendous growth from 2010-2019. She also served in a number of other leadership roles at St. Mary’s, including director of provider relations, the director of St. Mary’s Regional Cancer Center, the manager of ER/Trauma Services and the trauma nurse coordinator. She began her career at St. Mary’s as a surgical/trauma intensive care staff nurse.
In addition to her work at St. Mary’s, Campbell served as the director of surgical education and as a clinical instructor for the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. She also coached hospital emergency department teams across the country as a consultant with the global advisory firm, Studer Group, based in Pensacola, Fla.
“Working together with the nursing teams at both hospitals these past several months has been a tremendous experience,” Campbell said. “I look forward to continuing our efforts as we work together to honor our commitment to the health and well-being of our community.”