CRMC’S ADMINISTRATOR OF EMERGENCY, CRITICAL CARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES APPOINTED – 3/30/2016
March 30, 2016 – Harris, NY – Catskill Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce that Administrator of Emergency, Critical Care and Support Services, Wendy E. Brown, RN, MSA, has been appointed to the Sullivan County Public Health Services Advisory Board for a three-year term.
The Sullivan County Public Health Services Advisory Board serves in an advisory capacity to the Public Health Director on issues related to the health of the entire County, such as communicable disease threats, immunization rates, health status indicators and population health matters.
“Wendy is most deserving of this appointment. We appreciate her commitment to the well-being of our community and feel that she will adequately represent the Hospital and health needs within Sullivan County,” said Catskill Regional Medical Center’s CEO and Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Gerard Galarneau.
Ms. Brown joined Catskill Regional in 2012 and most recently held the position of Clinical Director of the Emergency Services Department. In her current role, she oversees Emergency Services, the Intensive Care Unit, along with the Environmental and Food Services departments.
In addition to her responsibilities, Ms. Brown positively promotes the organization and maintains effective working relationships with our local EMS/ Fire and Law Enforcement within our community. She coordinates and executes Catskill Regional’s annual county-wide EMS celebration bringing together all levels of the county’s emergency responder team.
Previous to her employment at Catskill Regional, Ms. Brown worked at Bayshore Community Hospital, in New Jersey, where she held the position of Vice President, Patient Care Services. Previous to that post, she held roles of progressive responsibility including Administrative Director, Emergency Department; Director of Nursing, Emergency Department; and Vice President of Operations.
Ms. Brown has a Master of Science degree in Health Services Administration from Central Michigan University at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn, New York, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration from St. Joseph’s College in Windham, Maine and an undergraduate degree in Police Science from S.U.N.Y at Farmingdale.
To learn more about career opportunities at Catskill Regional, visit www.crmcny.org/careers. Catskill Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.