The Wisconsin Hospital Association’s (WHA) Annual Convention, held on September 15 in Lake Geneva, was twice the honor for leadership at Beloit Health System. The convention annually recognizes two hospital leaders in the state; one for Distinguished Service and one for Nurse Leadership. This year they both just happened to be awarded to Beloit Health System administrative staff.
Greg Britton, President and CEO of Beloit Health System, was honored with the WHA 2011 Distinguished Service Award for his 35 years of healthcare experience. WHA colleagues indicate that "Britton has consistently brought clear and productive insights to many WHA strategic goals and has been instrumental in the achievement of those goals."
Britton, MS, MBA, FACHE, joined Beloit Memorial Hospital in 1984 and was appointed president and CEO in 1989. As the leader of Beloit Health System, he has added programs and services which have recognized the hospital and system as an innovative and leading edge organization. He serves on the Board of Directors for several professional and local organizations where he is recognized for his leadership, confidence, and successful outcomes.
Doris Mulder, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer of Beloit Health System, was awarded the 2011 W-ONE Nurse Leader of the Year Award. This award is selected by the Wisconsin Organization of Nurse Executives (W-ONE). Mulder, RNC, BSN, MBA, started her career as an OB nurse, then to department director and then to her current position in the last 25 years. Her peers indicate "Doris is a true servant leader, and she extends her leadership skills, mentorship and guidance to her staff as well as beyond the workplace."
Mulder has been a member of W-ONE for 13 years, participating as a member of the W-ONE Board of Directors from 2005 to the present. In addition, her commitment shines through to the community where she works with local colleges to provide collaborative team leadership training to the hospital, as well as her service to other stateline organizations.
Beloit Health System and the stateline residents are truly honored to recognize these two individuals who give so much to their workplace, their community and their healthcare profession.
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