Denver, CO— Rose Medical Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Linda Gray, RN, MHA, NEA-BC, as Rose Medical Center's new Chief Nursing Officer (CNO). Gray will be part of the Rose Executive Team and will lead Rose's overall hospital patient experience and nursing education.
"Linda has a demonstrated track record of excellence in patient experience and nursing leadership," says Ryan Tobin, Rose Medical Center President & CEO. "She will be a valued member of our executive team."
Linda comes to Rose with a wide variety of experiences from within the HealthONE system. Most recently, Linda has been Assistant CNO at HealthONE sister hospital Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/St. Luke's, where she worked alongside staff and leaders to elevate patient experiences.
Prior to RMHC, she was the program director at AIRLIFE, HealthONE's ground and air medical transport system operating across Colorado and one site in Wyoming. Linda managed the clinical care and operational oversight for all adult, pediatric, OB and neonatal transports. Before getting into AIRLIFE program management, she was a flight nurse for 10 years where she implemented the nation's first stroke transport team and developed a STEMI transfer process and checklist that reduced door-to-balloon times from free-standing emergency rooms. Linda also has experience in the PACU, surgical and trauma ICUs and emergency room/ICU at multiple facilities.