Memorial Health System gave their top leadership award for 2019 and the winner is the director of cardiovascular invasive services. Shari Hill began her career as a staff nurse in 1992. She became the nurse manager in 1994 and was promoted to director, all while overseeing the cardiovascular operating room, cardiac catheterization laboratory and one of the ICU’s.
Mitch Rogers who is the system administrator for cardiovascular and pulmonary services for Memorial Health nominated Hill for the award and says that she was nominated for relationship building, and building a true family and team culture picking up those people who are down and supporting those in need.
Hill went to school at Indiana University School of Nursing and Indiana Wesleyan University. She was born and raised in Marion, Indiana and her and her husband live in Springfield. They have five children and three grandchildren.
Hill’s plaque says “for guiding others through an unwavering commitment to performance excellence; inspiring a shared vision of Memorial Health System as a national leader for excellence in patient care; reflecting our values in word and action; and possessing the courage to act with conviction while leading others toward fulfilling our mission to improve the health of the people and communities we serve.”
We here at Regional Radio News salute you, Shari Hill.