SOUTHPORT – Dosher Memorial Hospital welcomes Catherine Mohr, RN, DNP, NEA-BC as the new Chief Nursing Officer. Ms. Mohr has an extensive background as a senior healthcare executive with over 26 years in both large academic medical centers as well as community hospitals. Ms. Mohr came to Dosher after serving as the Executive Vice President/System Chief Nursing Officer of the Guthrie Clinic in Sayre, PA. Prior to that role, Ms. Mohr had served as the Executive Director of the Children’s Hospital at Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage Alaska and as the Director of Nursing at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System for Women’s and Children’s Services and Radiology.
Ms. Mohr earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing at the College of New Rochelle, her Master’s at Duke University in Durham, and her Doctor of Nursing Practice from American Sentinel University in Aurora, CO. A self-described “Nurse’s nurse,” Ms. Mohr is passionate about the role nurses play to influence great patient care, and believes that by understanding what is meaningful to the patient, health care professionals can make a greater difference in patient experience and outcome.
“In the ever changing landscape of healthcare, hospitals need strong leaders who are not afraid to challenge the status quo to make an impact,” said Dr. Brad Hilaman, CEO, CMO of Dosher. “Ms. Mohr has a proven track record of workplace innovation, and we know this will make her a great asset to our patients, staff, and community.” Lynda Stanley, President of Dosher Memorial Hospital and Foundation said, “We are excited to have Ms. Mohr join our team. Her passion, expertise, and love of her profession and the patients she serves is a seamless fit to our mission and culture.
Ms. Mohr and her husband Mitch, who is retired from the US Marine Corps, have 7 children and 7 grandchildren. They live in Southport with their two St. Bernards and a Golden Retriever. Ms. Mohr looks forward to serving in the community in which she lives.