Largo Medical Center Names New Chief Operating Officer
She is the former chief operating officer of St. Petersburg General Hospital.
LARGO – Stephanie McNulty has been named the new chief operating officer of Largo Medical Center.
McNulty comes to Largo Medical Center after having worked in Pinellas County for more than 10 years as COO of St. Petersburg General Hospital. Before that, McNulty was the associate administrator at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point.
“From her experience in implementing surgical robotics as well as a tele-neurology program plus her knowledge of hospital operations and how to enhance the patient experience, we are pleased to have Stephanie as part of the Largo Medical Center family,” said Anthony Degina, CEO, Largo Medical Center.
McNulty said, “Largo Medical Center is known for its mission of taking care of families from within the Pinellas community and beyond. Now that I’m a part of this hospital family, I look forward to making every step of the process for our patients rewarding throughout their stay, into recovery.”
McNulty said every patient she meets touches in her in a different way, thus her passion for enhancing the patient experience as well as that for employees.
She is an alumni of Florida State University, where she earned her bachelor of science in Biological Science and Nutrition/Fitness. McNulty earned her masters of Healthcare Administration at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Her first day at Largo Medical Center will be Oct. 3.
Largo Medical Center is a 425-bed statutory teaching hospital serving Pinellas County from three campuses.
For information about Largo Medical Center, go to largomedical.com.
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