Parrish Medical Center Elects New Board Officers, Herman Cole Named Chairman
By Space Coast Daily // January 11, 2017
One of America’s finest healing environments
BREVARD COUNTY, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Parrish Medical Center’s board of directors, in accordance with its bylaws, held an election of officers during its January board meeting.
The election resulted in the following office appointments:
Herman Cole Jr., Col, USAF (Retired), chairman; Robert L. Jordan Jr., vice chairman; Stanley E. Retz, CPA, treasurer; Peggy Crooks, secretary; and Elizabeth Galfo, MD, member at large.
In addition to the board officers, the nine-member board of directors includes Ashok Shah, MD, Jerry Noffel, Billie Fitzgerald and Maureen Rupe.
Parrish Medical Center, a Parrish Healthcare integrated care partner, is located at 951 N. Washington Avenue in Titusville, Florida.
The 210-bed, not-for-profit acute care public medical center has been serving Brevard County for nearly 60 years. PMC is nationally recognized as One of America’s finest healing environments. PMC has earned top rankings on The SafeCare Group’s Top 100 SafeCare Hospitals since 2015.
The Joint Commission consistently names PMC as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures, recognizing PMC for “exemplary performance in using evidence-based clinical processes that are shown to improve care.”
The hospital has earned straight “A” safety ratings (since 2012) from the Leapfrog Group, an independent, national not-for-profit organization founded more than a decade ago by the nation’s leading employers and private healthcare experts.
In 2014, Consumer Reports recognized PMC as Florida’s safest hospital. PMC, as compared to other U.S. hospitals, maintains top-tier national rankings for clinical outcomes, safety and patients’ experiences.
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