FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE ROMAN HEALTHCARE GROUP PLACES SENIOR DIRECTOR OF QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT AT SAINT FRANCIS HEALTHCARE
CHATTANOOGA, NOVEMBER 26, 2018 — The Roman Healthcare Group, LLC, the number one Infection Prevention and Healthcare Quality recruitment firm in America, is pleased to announce the placement of George Wenner, BS, MS, RN, CPHQ, CPHRM as Senior Director of Quality and Performance Improvement at Saint Francis Healthcare in Wilmington, DE.
Prior to placement, George served as Director of Quality Management at Spring Valley Hospital in Las Vegas, NV, a part of the Valley Health System. George brings two decades of Healthcare Quality experience to Saint Francis Healthcare.
Roman’s search was led by Will Musto, Account Manager for Healthcare Quality, and Executive Search Consultant Dan Egli, Ph.D. The Healthcare Quality practice team includes Executive Search Consultant Danielle Harris.
ABOUT SAINT FRANCIS HEALTHCARE – For more than ninety years, Saint Francis Healthcare has served the Wilmington, DE community and Northern New Castle County, DE by providing compassionate health care of the highest quality. Founded by the Sisters of Saint Francis of Philadelphia in 1924, Saint Francis heeds a particular call to serve those in need. Their ministry is to serve all who require expert medical care regardless of religion, race, color, creed, or economic status. A member of Trinity Health, Saint Francis offers emergency care, cardiology, cancer care, family medicine and women’s health, among other services. In addition to providing health care in an acute care setting, Saint Francis also offers LIFE (Living Independently for Elders), a program of all-inclusive care for seniors, a Home Care program, and a variety of affiliated physician practices.
ABOUT THE ROMAN HEALTHCARE GROUP
The Roman Healthcare Group is the nation’s leading search firm which specializes in Infection Prevention and Healthcare Quality recruitment. Founded in 2008, Roman has utilized its unique process to streamline the search process for difficult-to-find candidates for hundreds of hospitals, nationwide, both for permanent placements and interim assignments.