Deborah Stamp named VP, Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer at Fatima Hospital
Deborah Stamp, RN, BSN, MEd, CCM, has been named Vice President, Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer for Fatima Hospital. She has served as Interim Chief Nursing Officer since March and previously served as Systems Director of Case Management with CharterCARE Health Partners since 2010.
She has held a number of senior leadership roles within CharterCARE since joining Roger Williams in 2005 as Director of Case Management. Previously, she served as Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Clinical and Quality Management at Northwest Community Nursing. Stamp received her M.Ed in Health Education from Rhode Island College. She received her BSN in Nursing from Salve Regina University. Stamp has a long history with both CharterCARE hospitals, having held her first nursing job at Fatima following her graduation from the School of Nursing at Roger Williams Medical Center. She is a consultant and speaker on Joint Commission preparedness, regulatory compliance and case management issues.
“Deb brings more than 40 years of nursing, clinical, quality and leadership experience to this position,” said Thomas Hughes, president of Fatima Hospital. “She is a proven leader who understands and supports the importance of quality patient care, the patient experience and a relationship-based model of care.”
Fatima Hospital is an affiliate of CharterCARE Health Partners, which operates a total of 579 licensed hospital beds, employs approximately 2,800 employees and has annual operating revenues of approximately $330 million.