FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE ROMAN HEALTHCARE GROUP PLACES KELLEY DEGARATE AT GOOD SAMARITAN MEDICAL CENTER
CHATTANOOGA, MAY 17, 2021 — The Roman Healthcare Group, LLC, the number one Infection Prevention and Healthcare Quality recruitment firm in America, is pleased to announce the placement of Kelley Degarate, BSN, MBA, RN, CPHQ, NEA-BC, as the Director of Quality for Good Samaritan Medical Center in Lafayette, CO.
Kelley is a skilled quality and nursing executive with more than 20 years of experience in diverse healthcare settings including nearly 18 years in short term acute care hospitals with progressive levels of increased responsibility.
Roman’s search team was led by Greg Musto, CEO and Infection Prevention practice leader. The Candidate Development for this assignment was done by Elizabeth Grimes. She worked together with Account Manager Greg Musto to make the placement.
ABOUT GOOD SAMARITAN MEDICAL CENTER
Good Samaritan Medical Center is an acute-care, 267-bed Catholic hospital that provides comprehensive inpatient, outpatient, and Level III Trauma emergency services. They are a part of Steward Health Care, a 35 hospital system across nine states and the country of Malta. The system serves over 800 communities and employs over 42,000 workers.
ABOUT THE ROMAN HEALTHCARE GROUP
The Roman Healthcare Group understands how many organizations struggle to fill Healthcare Quality and Infection Prevention openings, so they have developed an efficient, relationship-based search and match process that uncovers qualified and interested individuals to fill those critical openings, enabling hospitals to provide the best patient care by restoring the highest quality staff possible.
The Roman Healthcare Group is the nation’s leading search firm which specializes exclusively 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.