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OXFORD — Granville Health System has announced it has selected Da-Vida W. Roseman as its chief operating officer. Roseman began serving in her new position Monday.
“I look forward to joining the team at Granville Health System. My family and I are looking forward to joining this wonderful community,” Roseman said. “I am eager to begin this important work with the board of trustees, the administrative team, medical staff and community partners.”
Roseman recently served as the vice president of nursing and chief nurse executive at Carolinas HealthCare System Blue Ridge in Morganton. In this role, Roseman was recognized for maximizing staffing levels, enhancing nurse communications and improving patient safety measures. Prior to this role, she served as the vice president of nursing operations at the same organization as well as a role as patient safety officer.
Roseman earned a Master of Science in Nursing from Gardner-Webb University after receiving a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from UNC Greensboro. She is a member of the North Carolina Nurses Association, the American Organization for Nursing Leadership, the American Nurses Association, Baptist Nurse Fellowship, the American College of Healthcare Executives, and the Press Ganey Advisory Board.
“We look forward to Da-Vida’s leadership within the organization and her service to our community,” said John F. Snow, GHS chief executive officer. “She is joining Granville Health System at an exciting time as we continue to expand services and access to quality health care. Her training and experience in quality, safety and staff engagement make her a great asset to the organization.”