Ronnie Ursin Named President and CEO of Jennersville Hospital
Ronnie Ursin, DNP, MBA, NEA-BC, FACHE, has been named President and CEO of Jennersville Hospital in West Grove, Pa. He will begin today, January 2.
Ursin joins Tower Health from Northern Louisiana Medical Center in Ruston, La., where he has worked as Chief Nursing Officer since December 2015. In that position, he has been executive and operations leader for Patient Care Services, including Emergency Services, Surgical Services, Cardiology, ICU, Progressive Care, Medical-Surgical, Skilled Nursing, Women's Center, Pharmacy, Respiratory, Inpatient Dialysis, Wound Care, Sleep Center, Environmental Services and Dietary.
Prior to his work at Northern Louisiana Medical Center, Ursin was a Division Director, Medical, at Reading Hospital from September 2013 to December 2015. A member of the nurse executive team, he was responsible for operations and delivery of patient care for the Medical, Stroke, Cardiac, Pulmonary, Geriatrics and Oncology departments.
During his career, he also has held positions as Senior Director, Nursing, at Providence Hospital - Ascension Health in Washington, DC; Nursing Director, Pulmonary, at MedStar Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC; Clinical Director for Inpatient Services at Opelousas General Health System in Opelousas, La.; and Department Director, Acute Medical, at Suburban Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine, in Bethesda, Md. He also served as a staff nurse, Acute Medical, at Suburban Hospital.
Ursin's degrees include a Master of Business Administration with a focus in Finance from Hood College in Frederick, Md.; a Doctor of Nursing Practice with a focus in Executive Leadership from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio; a Master of Science with a focus in Health Services Leadership and Management and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, both from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, Md.; and a Bachelor of Science with a focus in Public Health - Administration from Dillard University in New Orleans, La.
Tower Health is happy to welcome him back to the team.