Aurora, CO, June 28, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- HCA/HealthONE’s The Medical Center of Aurora (TMCA) announced the promotion of Angie Voigt, MBA, BSN RN, CNML, NEA-BC, to Associate Chief Nursing Officer (ACNO). Her new role is effective immediately.
Voigt arrived at TMCA in 2012 as the Manager of Inpatient Cardiovascular Services. She was promoted to Assistant Director in 2014 and promoted to Director of Inpatient Cardiovascular Services in 2015, where she oversaw staffing, clinical care, and operations for four inpatient units and the hospital’s centralized telemetry monitoring.
Voigt was recently accepted into HCA’s prestigious Executive Development Program Class of 2018. To be accepted into the program, candidates must complete a rigorous interview process that assesses their leadership skills, drive to succeed, and passion for healthcare and excellence in the patient care experience.
“We are thrilled to promote Angie to ACNO,” said Dan Miller, TMCA and Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital’s President and CEO. “It’s always great when we can promote someone internally to fill an executive role. Angie has been a fantastic director in our cardiac service line, driving improvements in quality outcomes and patient satisfaction. And being accepted into HCA’s Executive Development Program is to be commended in and of itself as it’s very competitive. We look forward to helping Angie develop new skills and watching her professional growth in this new role.”
Voigt has been a Registered Nurse for 11 years. She received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the North Dakota State University, in Fargo, ND, and a Masters of Business Administration from University of Phoenix.
At TMCA, Voigt’s responsibilities will include oversight of TMCA’s cardiac tower and three inpatient units, driving the overall strategic plan for nursing services, overseeing the hospital’s patient satisfaction initiatives, and helping drive the organization’s effort to achieve Magnet® re-designation in 2018.
“It’s truly an honor to have been selected for the ACNO role at The Medical Center of Aurora,” says Voigt. “I’m very humbled that the Executive team chose me to fill this role and am looking forward to working with the employees and physicians who make TMCA the best hospital in town.”
About The Medical Center of Aurora
The Medical Center of Aurora, the first community hospital in the Denver Metro area to receive two-time Magnet designation for nursing excellence by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), is a 346-bed acute care hospital located in Aurora, Colorado. The Medical Center of Aurora is comprised of six campuses in Aurora and Centennial, Colo., including the Main Campus, located at Interstate 225 and Mississippi, the North Campus Behavioral Health and Wellness Center, Centennial Medical Plaza, Saddle Rock ER, Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital and a medical office building at Green Valley Ranch. The Main Campus facility is a Level II Trauma Center with Primary Stroke Certification and Chest Pain Center accreditation, serving the eastern metro area and I-70 corridor. The Medical Center of Aurora received ‘A’ grades from The Leapfrog Group (Fall 2015, Fall 2016), was named Colorado’s only 2016 Leapfrog Top General Hospital, was recognized as the #4 hospital in the Denver metro area and the #4 hospital in Colorado by U.S. News & World Report (2014-2015), and was one of only nine hospitals in the country to receive the Lantern Award for Excellence in Emergency Room Care by the Emergency Nurses Association (2013).